Let’s talk action: Supporting your Black employees beyond making a company statement
This free online panel discussion from Culture Amp.
Video length – 100 minutes
The impact of systemic racism, police brutality, and the innocent murders of BIPOC is not lost once employees enter their workplace. Many organizations have made statements, publicly and privately, highlighting their support for the movement and a commitment to create an equitable workplace experience for their Black employees.
While showing solidarity by not remaining silent is important, it is only the first step in truly driving change. Now is the time to ask yourself, what are we doing today and what else can we do tomorrow?
Tune in to this 1-hour conversation with Black leaders who will provide guidance and best practice on what steps you can take today, tomorrow, and in the years to come.
- Genisha Metcalf, Head of Campaigns, DoSomething.org
- Dr. Zoya McCants, Psychotherapist, Alma member, CEO/Owner, McCants Training & Consultation
- Candace Coleman, Director of Talent Development and Belonging, Adaptive Biotechnologies
- Moderator: Setira Grizzle, Customer Success Coach and Camp Color Board Member, Culture Amp
By making it easy to collect, understand and act on employee feedback, we enable HR leaders to make better decisions, demonstrate impact, and turn company culture into a competitive edge. 1800+ companies from startups to Fortune 500s use Culture Amp to power their employee insights.
“Partnering with Culture Amp has helped us to establish a numeric baseline to measure the ongoing efficacy of our Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging initiatives at Cruise. This allowed us to inform our leadership with quantitative data and then to be incredibly strategic about the solutions we’re recommending to make the company even more diverse and inclusive.”
Megan Dalessio, Manager of Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging, Cruise Automation
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