Join an engaging conversation on The Fundamentals of Allyship: Is It Active in Your Workplace? at the Dulye Leadership Experience (DLE) Culture Chat virtual program on Jan. 21st starting at noon ET. Subject matter expert Meg Bossong of Williams College will lead a moderated and honest discussion about building strong relationships in any organization.
As Director of Intimate Violence Prevention & Response and Health Education at Williams College in Williamstown, MA, Meg has developed and implemented a wide array of advocacy programs with the goal of building just and equitable organizations.
Regarded as “a strategic mechanism” for combating bias and promoting equity, allyship builds knowledge and awareness in those who experience the benefits of privilege in a professional context, and involves building the skills to move from awareness to action and advocacy.
Meg will share her expertise on what it means to be an ally and how to advocate for structures that promote allyship in your workplace. Breakout sessions will be included to promote active networking.
The Culture Chat program runs an hour. Registration is free thanks to the sustained sponsorship of Dulye & Co., an organizational effectiveness consultancy based in the Berkshires.
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