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LET'S BUILD A 21ST CENTURY WORKPLACE THAT TAKES US BEYOND
SAFE SPACES TO BRAVE SPACES

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Over six months, your company can accept the following challenges as derived from robust conversations during four Racial Awareness & Cultural Equity (R.A.C.E.) Town Halls.

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Accept the Challenge to .... 

Create a Culture of Corporate 

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Carla Harris

 

CEO & Managing Director of The People Institute 

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Diversity Corporate Challenge Story

 

The Diversity Corporate Challenge was born after the world witnessed the murder of George Floyd.  That’s when Carla Harris of The People Institute, rallied 13 South Florida Chambers of Commerce, dozens of business owners, professionals and attendees from around the country, to host the Racial Awareness and Cultural Equity (R.A.C.E) Town Hall discussions, between September and December, 2020.  Six challenges make up the diversity challenge and companies may choose to accept one or all six. 

Carla Harris says, “The one thing that seemed to surprise the participants the most, was when it comes to hiring practices. Simply put, “You don’t know what you don’t know!” 

Problem

Based on the discussions during the Racial Awareness & Cultural Equity (R.A.C.E.) Town Halls, companies lack the systems to create diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplaces. 

 

Less than 3% of US companies have cultivated a strong pipeline of African American and Black candidates for management,leadership, and developed a plan for recruitment.

(Forbes Magazine)

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Solution

The People Institute accepts the challenge of designing the racially diverse 21st Century Workplace that takes us all beyond safe spaces to brave spaces.

Is your company willing to accept the challenge?

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