Exec coach LaTonya Wilkins talks about improving workplace cultures
As we approach our third year of the pandemic, there’s no denying there’s been a drastic shift in the way we do, view and approach work. The shift in workplace culture for many has meant realizing they have the power to quit and find a job with a culture they fit into. It’s also meant that some corporate leaders have started realizing they might need to change the status quo within their workplaces in order to keep their employees at the company.
To talk about reimagining workplace culture and the "Great Resignation," we were joined by an author and speaker who helps leaders develop and maintain inclusive and supportive spaces.
Author of “Leading Below the Surface: How to Build Real (and Psychologically Safe) Relationships with People Who Are Different from You” | Founder of The Change Coaches, LLC
A concise and excellent newsletter from @LaTonyaWilkins today about how "people of color are over-mentored, under-coached, and under-sponsored."— Sisi Wei (@sisiwei) January 24, 2022
If you currently mainly play a "mentor" role, here's how you can expand your role to help POCs more: https://t.co/mvGoTCirV3
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