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ESF - Targeting Racism & Bias in the Workplace

May 01 from 11:45 am - 1:00 pm

Virtual event using Zoom

In an era where fostering an inclusive and equitable work environment is not just encouraged but expected, understanding the nuanced layers of racism and bias is crucial for any organization aiming to create meaningful change. Join us for a transformative Effective Strategy Forum, where we delve deep into strategies for targeting racism and bias in the workplace. Eligible for 1 CPD hour!

Event Details:

Speaker: Terri-Ann Dufeal, Manager of Community Programs at Black Canadian Woman in Action (BCWA)

Date: Wednesday, May 1st, 2024

Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Location: Virtual Event via Zoom

About the Forum:

This forum is dedicated to building robust practices within organizations that not only address but actively dismantle systemic racism and bias. It’s an opportunity for employees at all levels to understand the profound impact of these issues in marginalized communities and to become empowered to initiate actionable change.

About the Speaker:

Terri-Ann Dufeal stands at the forefront of community transformation and workplace inclusion. As the Manager of Community Programs at BCWA, a Certified Facilitator in Diversity and Inclusion, a True Colors Career Specialist, and a Certified SFP Facilitator, Terri-Ann brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and passion to the conversation. Her work is dedicated to empowering individuals and organizations to understand and challenge the systemic barriers that perpetuate racism and bias.

Key Takeaways:

  • Insight into the effects of racism and bias within professional settings and marginalized communities.
  • Practical strategies and tools to create more inclusive and equitable workplaces.
  • Understanding personal and organizational roles in combating systemic racism.
  • Empowerment to initiate constructive conversations and actions within your organization.

Why Attend:

This forum is more than an event; it’s a stepping stone towards transformational change. Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of racism and bias, equipped with the knowledge and tools to implement lasting changes in their organizations.

Don’t miss this critical opportunity to contribute to a more inclusive and equitable workplace.

Explore more empowering sessions in our Job Fair Prep Series and access additional resources to enhance your readiness as an employer.

Spaces are limited. Register now to reserve your spot.

Virtual event using Zoom

May 01 from 11:45 am - 1:00 pm

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