Learn how to have effective discussions about race at work and improve your team culture – all at the same time.
Do you ever rehearse conversations in your head? Or think of just the right turn of phrase AFTER the other person walks away? It’s okay. We’ve all been there.
But what about those other conversations that leave you speechless? The hard ones, where you really don’t know what to say.
For example, someone sharing that they’ve felt discriminated against because of their skin color. Or worse, that YOU or someone in upper management said something offensive without a second thought.
They’re sitting across from you. Are you ready? Do you know what to say beyond “I’m sorry”?
I’ve created a free guide for having just these types of hard conversations called Words that Work. This is the cliff notes version of the real homework it takes to have powerful, frank, and empathetic conversations in your organization.
These are tools I offer to leaders like you. I recently heard from a former client about his experience with just this type of executive coaching.
If you haven’t already experienced something like this, I am certain you will.
Don’t be blindsided by hard conversations at work around race and diversity.