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Difficult conversations with a black man

“I have a concern because we live in a racist society and within institutionally racist institutions, that minority communities have a difficult challenge to be able to live their lives” says?Rotimi Akinsete.

“How can I do better as a human? How can I do better as a woman? How can I do better as a white woman?” says Nadine Powrie

I am delighted to be join by Rotimi Akinsete, Associate Dean Of Students at University of the Arts London, in my 64th episode of #leadingthecoachingchange podcast to discuss racial equality.

We discussed

The importance of doing what we say we’re going to do

What we are prepared to do about making the necessary changes

What discriminations we need to eradicate in the world

My favourite quote from this episode:

?We can think about being part of solution, or we can continue to be part of the problem?

As an Executive and Leadership Coach, I enable leaders to influence change faster through the power of conversations.

To find out about how my online licensed training on Managing Difficult Conversations can support your leaders within your organisation, email me?


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