Small group, virtual sessions to discuss DE&I related topics
Diversity, equity and inclusion, (DE&I), is increasingly crucial to our businesses. Many leaders are willing to do the work necessary to create meaningful and sustainable change within their organizations, but they struggle with how and when to take the next step. The Council’s Learning Circles are an opportunity for our member firms to gain the insight and guidance they need to transform their firm’s culture and strengthen employee engagement.
Learning Circles are a series of monthly, professionally facilitated, small-group virtual discussions, focused on specific DE&I-related topics. Participants have the opportunity to confront difficult truths, expand awareness, and unlearn dominant norms. Trained professionals offer a safe space for everyone to contribute and explore the challenges and benefits that come with creating more inclusion in the workplace, and with clients and customers.
There is no cost for members to participate in this program.
Questions? Contact Julia Ruiz at firstname.lastname@example.org
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