No one thought leading a diversity, inclusion, and equity charge was easy before 2020.
And now, it’s even harder, and stakes are even higher.
Budgets are cut as companies walk wounded from the economic hit of the shut-down.
Education and engagement opportunities are hard fought in the virtual space.
Nonprofit boards to the Fortune 500 are expected to have racial equity statements and strategies that address everything from internal policy to community policing.
The heightened visibility around racial injustice can make DEI work feel like a trend rather than a transformation.
LeaderShift.21 is designed to pick up the emotional momentum of our last gathering and leverage it to carry us into even more nuanced and challenging conversations.