Understanding Microaggressions in the Workplace
Led by: Nova Smith Moore, PhD, MSW, MA
This workshop is ideal for clients in all stages of career transition.
Encourage A Culture of Belonging with Our Microaggressions in the Workplace training. In order to ensure a truly inclusive workplace culture, we can each take steps to understand and prevent these incidents from occurring. Learn to be an ally. A microaggression is an action or incident that is indirect, subtle and possibly unintentional that communicates some sort of bias against a member of a historically marginalized group.
The goal of this workshop is to gain insights into how different types of racial discrimination, and specifically those enacted through microaggressions, impact the lives of people from underrepresented communities and/or people perceived to hold less power” and provide hands-on knowledge and strategies to approach, address, and intervene when such acts are present.
This ranges from people of color, women, members of the LGBTQ community to people from the differently abled communities.
Together, we can create an environment that is safe for everyone to excel and meet their potential.
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