How to Have Difficult Conversations with Others


03:00 PM - 04:30 PM

Zoom, 07928

How do you address an offensive comment, without escalating the situation?

What happens when a well-intentioned statement, was actually inappropriate?

Being a solopreneur often means that you are the person who has to address these uncomfortable or sensitive interactions. So, what do you do?

Class Highlights

  • What makes these conversations difficult?
  • Importance of having the difficult conversation
  • How to navigate the conversation
  • What to do when: no one talks, I get called out, or something controversial is said?
  • Q and A

Join experts from Diversity@Workplace , a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Consulting Group. They will teach us how to approach these difficult conversations, while using Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) as a powerful and effective tool.

Diversity- The presence of different backgrounds in a setting (e.g. Your business, yourself, employees and customers)
Equity Creating an equal playing field for all individuals to have a positive experience and outcome, without bias or prejudice.
Inclusion- Ensuring that individuals involved feel a sense of belonging and value.

During the 90-minute learning session, we will explore why conversations on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) can be difficult. Learn how you can engage with your employees and customers alike, in having these impactful conversations.

Please Note: This session will not be recorded. Zoom links are not automatically sent with registration confirmation emails. Check your inbox/junk folders for a second email.

This session will not be recorded.

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