Working Towards an Antiracist Organizational Culture: Agenda
Continuous improvement means change. Leaders know that change requires vulnerability-- to learn, to fail, to try again. Leaders attend to the group dynamic of their teams and staff, and the presence or absence of trust. They set up teams with foundations and infrastructure for clarity, trust-building, and shared purpose. This is also true at the All-Admin level. When we ask leaders to take the intellectual and emotional risks to learn new skills, to lead continuous improvement, to lead with the lens of antiracism, we must attend to the reproductive or transformative conditions of the “team”-- or the organizational culture.
|10:05 am||Broadening Our Perspective: Personal Experience Panel|
|11:20 am||Starting to Work Towards Collective Agreements|
|12:20 pm||Closing Moves|
|12:30 pm||Optional UASF Meeting|
This page was last updated on July 29, 2021