Programmes to support you in creating an inclusive culture and growing leaders committed to anti-racism and racial inclusion.
TALKING ABOUT RACE
The 2015 Business in the Community survey found that people felt more comfortable having conversations around age, gender and sexuality at work only 38% of participants felt comfortable speaking about race, regardless of ethnicity (BITC 2019; BITC 2015). This highlights a need to equip people with techniques to feel confident, competent, and comfortable to speak about race at work.
BECOMING ANTI-RACIST AT WORK
Many organisations since the George Flloyd incident in 2020 have made a commitment towards or branded themselves as an anti-racist organisation.
But do your employees and clients truly know what it means? Do they know the behaviours, attitudes, and actions needed to truly become anti-racist at work?