This interactive session will unpack the unique challenges of how our personal identities show up in our work to give a new generation the tools for leadership.
Bianca Anderson and Monica Biswas will lead participants through an interactive session for women that will unpack the unique challenges of women leaders to gain a better understanding of their identity and how socialization has impacted how we show up within the workplace. Together, participants will explore how to interrupt manifestations of internalized racism, sexism, and classism that influence leadership norms and behaviors, and will collectively discuss strategies and practices that support women leaders with cultivating inner well-being and shifting norms in ways that support collective liberation, paying particular attention to how internalized beliefs impact our behavior and how they show up within our leadership.
The session is designed for women who have an interest in accelerating race equity through their organizational roles and responsibilities, and will consider how our holistic well-being, mental models, and internalized racial oppression/superiority impact our leadership decisions.
Participants will explore and reflect on thought provoking questions such as:
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