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8 Tactics for Courageous Workplace Conversations About Race
Inclusion & Belonging Dana Brownlee Oct 08, 2020
While courageous conversations about race may be necessary for organizational progress, they’re not always easy. There may be times when we want to speak up against offensive comments, unjust policies, or questionable practices, but we just don’t know how to do it. In this session, we’ll explore eight specific techniques that anyone can use to address these uncomfortable situations with clarity and focus.
Presenter Dana Brownlee
About Dana Brownlee
If you’re seeking a DEI academician, Dana Brownlee may not be for you. Her focus isn’t DEI theory. Instead she blends 18 years of experience as a sought after leadership expert and team building facilitator with three decades of personal experience as a Black woman working in and around corporate America to provide an engaging experience that’s down to earth and relatable while insightful and profound. Author of The Unwritten Rules of Managing Up (Berrett-Koehler, 2019), Ms. Brownlee is an acclaimed thought leader around building antiracist workplaces, managing difficult personalities, navigating challenging situations and speaking truth to power. LinkedIn Learning has tapped Dana to author two of their upcoming antiracism courses: How to Foster Antiracist Workplaces: A Practical Guide for all Employees and How to Speak Up Against Racism at Work. A Forbes Careers Senior Contributor, Dana’s business expertise has been featured by leading media outlets including CNN, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Working Mother, Entrepreneur and other notable publications. If you’re ready to take small steps towards big progress, Dana can help.
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