The Evolution of the Black Corporate Experience

La’Wana Harris

The future of work is here and it’s inclusive, equitable, and diverse. We must consider how to create a company culture that ensures work is meaningful for ALL employees. Leaders must develop proactive and innovative solutions to help mitigate any discomfort or fear associated with doing the right – and sometimes the hard – thing. Ultimately, this will cultivate sustainable accountability and produce tangible business outcomes.

The Evolution of the Black Corporate Experience is a webinar for employees, leaders, coaches, and HR professionals who are genuinely interested in attracting, developing, and retaining Black talent.

This webinar offers transformative solutions to generate meaningful change. By the end of the webinar, you will:

  • Discover practical solutions for attracting, developing, and retaining Black talent 
  • Explore strategies to lessen the emotional tax levied against Black employees
  • Implement restorative practices in the workplace
  • Understand the benefits of intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship in the Black corporate experience

Join La’Wana Harris as she provides practical solutions on embracing and amplifying the evolving experience of the Black corporate workforce.

Date and Time: Tues February 8 at 12- 1:30 PM ET

La’Wana Harris

La’Wana Harris, CDE, ACC, Harris is a Certified Diversity Executive, an ICF Credentialed Coach, and a global leadership development professional who has over 20 years experience in large multinational pharmaceutical companies. Her most recent book, Diversity Beyond Lip Service: A Coaching Guide for Challenging Bias, introduces an “inside out” approach for diversity, equity, and inclusion, (DEI) and is the foundation of her coaching paradigm. La'Wana is contributing to the coaching industry with this body of work merging DEI, leadership development and professional coaching spaces. She developed a coach training program designed to equip coaches and leaders that are pursuing their development to become Certified Inclusion Coaches.

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