The lenses of race, equity and culture have opened widely in the last year. Along with many other people, conflict professionals have turned to books, podcasts, documentaries, workshops and other means of learning about the systemic injustices built into American society, governance, and culture. In this webinar, we will take the next step of closely examining our own lives, practices and work habits. How do we maintain an awareness of race, equity and culture every day? What do we need to change in our work styles, habits, procedures, processes, and environment to be anti-racist in our everyday work lives as conflict professionals?
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- My Stories of Conflict: A Kaleidoscope of Theories, Methods, and Personal Experiences by Marc Leu and Annie Meisl
- Tackling Employee Dissatisfaction Through Workplace Mediation
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