Racism still exists. This is a chance to be an ally for people of color and the African American community.
People are wondering things like:
- “How do I show up?”
- “How can I be helpful?”
- “This isn’t okay, but I have no idea where to start”
If this is you and your team, we have a six-step virtual training program to help navigate racism as an ally.
Our workshop series helps allies in training to:
- Recognize systemic racism in your personal and professional lives
- Use your privilege as a chance to be an ally for others
- Lead inclusively in today’s polarized environment
- Build an inclusive workplace culture where diversity thrives
- Create space for others through candid conversations
- Practice comfort with discomfort
Every session is highly interactive and unpacks specific scenarios and challenges facing leaders in Corporate America today. Program includes comprehensive 30-page workbook, session recordings, and personalized Unpacking Racism certification.
Being an ally is a journey, and you do not have to do it alone.
At Next Pivot Point, we believe in the power of allies. There has never been a better time to lead like an ally and be there for people of color.
Learn about Our Proven Approach to Unpacking Racism
The Unpacking Racism program helped me identify ways I can be an ally and help others with my privilege. I would recommend it to anyone wrestling with how to talk about race right now.
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