The Right Kind of Uncomfortable: Strategies for Productive Conversations on Diversity, Inclusion and Bias

Zoom Webinar Recorded June 2020

CAE Credit1 Hour

James PogueSpeaker: Dr. James Pogue, PhD

Diversity, inclusion and bias are sensitive issues and conversations that make people uncomfortable in the best of times. But just because it’s difficult, doesn’t mean it can be ignored. The death of George Floyd has brought race relations to the forefront with a “right now” imperative to address.

How organizations respond to the civil justice movement can impact your memberships and your bottom line. How individuals respond can impact your relationships, both personal and professional.

Dr. James Pogue is a Diversity expert here to guide us through the uncomfortable conversations to improve our processes and enhance our organizations.

Dr. James Pogue, PhD uses passion and patience to provide proven solutions for unconscious bias, diversity and inclusion. Leadership is at the core of who he is and aligns with his commitment to equip executives and professionals with thought leadership to increase their comfort with difficult issues. His military service and overseas deployment in the Middle East, give him tangible examples of the critical need for clear and respectful conversations between leaders and followers on teams.

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