Gina Greenlee, Margaret H. Greenberg May 19, 2022

Is Your Company Race-tentative?

Readiness for change is a core muscle individuals must flex or build as part of their own race journey. Organizations must do the same.
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Gina Greenlee, Margaret H. Greenberg May 13, 2022

“Societal leadership is Now a Core Function of Business…”

…says Edelman, a privately held communications firm with 60 offices around the globe. Every year since 2000 Edelman has conducted a trust and credibility survey. For the 2022 survey they interviewed 38,000 respondents across 28 countries and publish the findings in a report called The Edelman Trust Barometer.
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Gina Greenlee, Margaret H. Greenberg May 6, 2022

Engaging Truthfully with Our Shared History

How often have we stumbled our way through a new project with cross-functional team members who use their own siloed jargon or have no context for what has come before? In business, when developing a new product, implementing new systems, or creating alignment around a marketing or investment strategy, you will get nowhere without a […]
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Gina Greenlee, Margaret H. Greenberg April 17, 2022

Six Practices: Institutionalizing Racially Equitable Hiring

Experiment with the Voice Method. Assemble Diverse Interview Panels. Ask Value-based Questions. Solicit Input from Frontline Employees. Keep Diversity Top of Mind for Final Hiring Decision. “Get Loud.” For details on each practice, download for free Chapter 10: Hiring Made Visible: Individual Decisions, Institutional Changes.
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Gina Greenlee, Margaret H. Greenberg April 11, 2022

Additional Resources for Organizational Race Work

There are more than 40 additional resources in The Business of Race. Most of them are free: Chapter 1 Book: Blueprint for a Revolution: How to Use Rice Pudding, Lego Men, and Other Nonviolent Techniques to Galvanize Communities, Overthrow Dictators or Simply Change the World, by Srdja Popovic. Book/Play: Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, by actor […]
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