In many organizations, "nice" is prioritized over giving quality feedback, developing genuine relationships, and participating in constructive conflict.
That "niceness" leads to passive aggression, anxiety, confusion, and a lack of trust. It also leads to avoidance, ostracization, and tone policing.
Cultures of Nice are antithetical to meaningful change work, especially racial equity work. We can't create racial equity without talking about power and identity, engaging in difficult conversations, and naming what isn't working in our organizations and what's causing harm.
In this free training we’re going to cover:
• Characteristics of Cultures of Nice
• Ways that Cultures of Nice thwart DEI and racial equity efforts
• Strategies to transform “nice” cultures to Cultures of Care
We hope you join us!
• Monday, October 18th at 3pm ET // 12pm PT
• 45 minutes
• Live closed captioning
• Everyone who registers will get access to the recording
• Everyone who registers will receive a resource and reflection guide
This training will be led by three racial equity practitioners Desiree Adaway, Ericka Hines and Jessica Fish. More info about us and access to our full training program is over at whitenessatwork.com