TRUTH, HOPE, AND EQUITY IN A DISRUPTED WORLD LEADERCAMP
Empower yourself and others to create equity for all.
In the last few months, we’ve heard a lot about equity. What does it really mean? The simple definition is “justice according to natural law or right, specifically freedom from bias or favoritism.”
But, how do you transform equity from a concept we all believe in to reality?
The third Leadercamp in our series will focus on equity in the workplace.
Through individual, institutional, systemic, and structural lenses, we’ll look at:
- Evidence-based qualitative and quantitative data
- Culture shifts versus programs or initiatives
- Everyday behaviors that have led to progress
Like all of our Leadercamps, “Truth, Hope, and Equity in a Disrupted World” will be a constructive conversation that calls people in rather than calling them out. There’ll be no finger pointing, blame, or shame. With pragmatic, expert guidance from our world-class coach — and conversations with peers from all over the world — you’ll learn ways to maximize productivity, engagement, and equity for all in your own organization.
La’Wana Harris, CDE, ACC, is a Certified Diversity Executive, an ICF Credentialed Coach, and a global leadership development professional who has dedicated her career to aligning performance with business strategy.
La’Wana has received numerous industry and community awards — most recently, as one of 2018’s 100 Most Inspiring People in the life-sciences industry by PharmaVOICE magazine. She also received the Women in Leadership award from the National Black MBA Association and was invited to join the Forbes Coaches Council. She currently serves on the global board of directors for the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association.
A servant leader, foreign and domestic missionary, and a passionate activist, La’Wana believes in meeting people where they are to combat racism, poverty and injustice. Her most recent book, Diversity Beyond Lip Service: A Coaching Guide for Challenging Bias, introduces an “inside out” approach for DEI work. Connect with La’Wana on Linkedin and visit lawanaharris.com to learn more.