Courageous Conversations

Conversations Change Things

Race and racism. Just two of many topics that until now have been too taboo or difficult to discuss in the workplace.

But times have changed. These topics are now at the forefront and can no longer be put aside as too political or too controversial.

These issues must be addressed in the workplace. Your employees expect it. Your customers expect it. Your vendors expect it. The public at large expects it.

Silence or indifference around these issues will negatively impact your business. But so will mishandling these issues.

Effectively discussing these difficult topics requires facilitation by a skilled expert. That’s where I come in. I am an expert in unconscious bias. I’m also have over 20 years of expertise in employment law handling cases involving race discrimination. Additionally, I have facilitated conversations about race, racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion for a variety of companies including Raymond James and the Tampa International Airport.

If you are serious about creating a safe and inclusive culture, one where all of your employees feel valued, listening sessions and training focused on tough topics like race, racism, bias, and discrimination must be an integral part of your company’s strategic plan.

Another great presentation by Kelly with my CH administrative colleagues! More and more we are empowered to facilitate change through courageous conversations. Thank you, Kelly!
Caitlin Mallory
Director Special Education, Cherry Hill Public Schools

Learning Outcomes:

Create a safe space for constructive dialogue about difficult topics

Recognize the unique life experiences that affect our views

Develop practical strategies for creating safe, inclusive, and accountable cultures

Explore the “PER”fect Framework for Courageous Conversations