#ThePracticeOfEquity Manager Series
#ThePracticeOfEquity Manager Series
Enrollment is Now Open for Spring 2023 Cohort!
The Practice of Equity Manager Series is a learning experience for managers who want to learn to lead their teams in ways that center equity and disrupts racism at work. We created this series to share tools that help managers change their practices and behaviors so they can act in solidarity with their staff to discover new ways of working that create amazing, equitable, and inclusive workplaces.
Spring 2023 Course Dates
Session 1: Friday, April 28 from 2:00-3:30pm CT
Session 2: Friday, May 5 from 2:00-3:30pm CT
Session 3: Friday, May 12 from 2:00-3:30pm CT
Session 4: Friday, May 19 from 2:00-3:30pm CT
Session 5: Friday, May 26 from 2:00-3:30pm CT
Session 6: Friday, June 2 from 2:00-3:30pm CT
Session 7: Friday, June 9 from 2:00-3:30pm CT
What participants are saying...
"This course provided a welcoming and trusting container for discussion. There was a high degree of trust built internationally with our small groups and the larger group to be able to engage in vulnerable conversations. The protocols used were impactful and having the opportunity to hear different perspectives, and have a group of equally vulnerable participants pushing and helping you think through your ideas, is incredibly valuable."
What you will learn in the Series
How social, cultural, and racial identity shapes our management practices
How traditional management practices can contribute to oppressive work environments and tools to disrupt those patterns
Tools to kick off your team well and create an equitable and inclusive team culture
Tools to set goals, share accountability, and decision making with your team in ways that center equity and belonging
How to deconstruct your management practice and reimagine something new that centers equity
What is included in the Series
6 self-paced, asynchronous modules
7 live, weekly online sessions
Small learning groups*
Weekly optional office hours
Access to a growing network of people committed to change their practices and behaviors to create more equitable workplaces
*In addition to learning groups, we will occasionally use racial affinity spaces to debrief our learning. We use racial affinity spaces to help create psychological safety in our learning community.
Time Commitment: The Manager Series is a 7 week series, with weekly 90-minute live sessions with self-paced sessions in between live sessions. We estimate the self-paced sessions will take between 2-4 hours each week.
Who the Series is for
Managers who recognize how they lead their teams shapes feelings of belonging, inclusion, equity, and how their teams can show up at work.
Our participants are committed to changing their management practices to achieve racial equity and improve inclusion and belonging on their teams. This series will provide tools to do just that.
What this Series is NOT
This series is not a racism 101 series. To get the most out of the series, participants should be familiar with power, privilege, oppression, and the history of race and racism in the United States.
Participants should also be comfortable discussing and examining their own racial and cultural background, power, and privileges.
This series also assumes that those who chose to participate believe that race and social cultural identity plays a role on how people experience work, and that racial bias leads to disparate outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and other staff of color.
Cost of the Series
$1,199 per person
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Please reach out to us at email@example.com if your budget is a constraint. We created this course as an act of solidarity with the BIPOC community, to support racial equity in the workplace. We're committed to working with you to reduce barriers to accessing the course.
100% of participants agree or strongly agree that:
They can identify ways that patterns of oppression and dominance show up in standard managerial and organizational practices.
They know how to deconstruct their own management practices to identify and eliminate patterns of oppression and dominance.
They can articulate a vision for their own management practices that centers equity and liberatory practices.