How do we start real conversations about race in our organizations?
This video was recorded live on June 3, 2020. Research shows that how organizations respond to large-scale, diversity-related events can either help employees feel psychologically safe — or contribute to racial identity threat and mistrust of authority. Laura Morgan Roberts is professor of practice at the Darden School of Business and co-editor of “Race, Work, and Leadership,” a book about what organizations to can do to eliminate systemic racism. She discusses how various companies are responding to racism today — and practical ways that leaders at all levels can step up for their colleagues of color.
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