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Having Conversations About Race

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Leverage this two-phase learning program to prepare your team for productive conversations that showcase your organization's dedication to change and creating a welcoming environment for all.

The Pocket Guide to Having A Conversation About Race

​A collection of tip cards that guide users through how to prepare for, have and follow upon conversations about race. 

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Black/African American History Month Toolkit

​Celebrate the role that Blacks and African Americans have played in our country's rich history by exploring contributions they have made to American society.

The Pocket Guide to African American History in the U.S. Discussion Cards

​This collection of 20 discussion cards bring together facts and people that highlight the African American experience in the U.S. and also the contributions that African Americans have made to American history.

The time is now. We stand on the cusp of creating real change which means that your front-line leaders urgently need to have meaningful conversations about race with your workforce.  2020 has created a new level of pressure within most organizations to become better at handling race-based conversations within the framework of diversity, equity and inclusion. 

Having conversations about race at work can be hard for any organization. Conversations start with the leaders of an organization being able to host and facilitate these discussions with their employees. Employees also play a huge role in the conversations as well, making sure that they have the right mindset to create change and foster a welcoming environment for all colleagues.

Here at Culture Coach International, we are on a mission to help guide employers and employees through these difficult conversations. We offer a wide variety of training opportunities and products that are designed to help companies navigate through these conversations while while treating everyone involved with dignity and respect. Contact us to learn how we can help you tackle the toughest conversations

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