How to Disrupt Racial, Disability, and Gender Bias and Make Culture a Competitive Advantage?

Posted on: September 3, 2020

Racial, disability, and gender biases can negatively impact communities. Unconscious biases can also lead to irrational decision making within organizations without one actually realizing it. Each of these biases, simply based on irrational assumptions, can have a lasting impact on our minds and career choices, which is why understanding how the mind and biases work…

Creating Diverse & Inclusive Customer Experiences

Posted on: July 21, 2020

How to Become an Advocate for Change within Your Organization Shep Hyken interviews Lenora Billings-Harris, an award-winning authority as a diversity strategist, researcher and author. They discuss race and racism within the workplace, and how leaders and employees alike can dismantle biases within their organizations.

More than Just Talk: A Forum on Race-Authenticity

Posted on: June 30, 2020

Expanding on More than Just Talk, this conversation will focus on the barriers and risks of being authentic and fully who we are as a Black person at work, and in our community. Click here to view this July 9, 2020 forum.

How to talk about race in the workplace

Posted on: June 16, 2020

Discussing race and diversity at work isn’t just ‘woke’. It’s good business, say experts. by Stacey Tisdale31 May 2019 When it comes to well-intentioned but awkward conversations about race and culture in the workplace, March of Dimes Chief People Officer Darlene Slaughter has “heard it all”. Slaughter – a thought leader in the growing field…

More than Just Talk ‐ A Forum on Racism Resources

Posted on: June 7, 2020

This document of suggestions, tips and resources is just a start. Erasing racism is not a quick fix. There are many ways to make a commitment for sustainable change. To view the recording click here: ©2020 Lenora Billings‐Harris and Gary Rifkin. 336‐282‐4443 Permission to reprint this document is granted as long as…

More Than Just Talk

Posted on: June 6, 2020

So often after Black men and women are killed in our streets or in their homes, White people ask Black people this question. “What should we do?” What is needed is for all of us to listen to the pain African Americans suffer just for being Black, and then commit to taking action in whatever…

World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

Posted on: May 19, 2020

JOIN US! Celebrating UN’s World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development DAY: May 21 2020 This Thursday’s webinar will be streamed LIVE on Facebook. Here’s the link, click here.   If you have not already, we invite you to “LIKE” Global Dialogue Foundation’s Facebook Page.  This will also mean you receive a pop-up with…

Cultural Insights World Tour 2020-Volume II: Segment 3

Posted on: March 7, 2020

New Zealand: Māori is Integral to the Culture This cultural world tour includes twenty-three countries and forty-six ports of call spanning 105 days. My hope is the weekly posts will include information and insights that help you vicariously share these experiences with me.