This session, “Creating an Inclusion Revolution: Best Practices for Dismantling Racial Inequality in the Workplace, with Daisy Auger-Domínguez,”  

and its accompanying resource marks the fifth installment of our Intersectional Learning Series, part of our larger Practitioners for Change program that’s powered by Capital One.  

As the field of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion continues to evolve, we practitioners continue to face questions about the true impact of this work. Do ‘diversity trainings’ actually promote change? Are our programs making a tangible impact? Why work towards racial equity when we could just aim for a “colorblind” workplace culture instead? In short, how do we produce real change?  

To help answer these questions, we’ve invited an expert in dynamic, executive leadership: Daisy Auger-Domínguez, Chief People Officer at Vice Media, and author of the book, “Inclusion Revolution: The Essential Guide to Dismantling Racial Inequity in the Workplace.” In this pre-recorded talk, Auger-Domínguez gives us frank answers to why popular efforts fail, and shares the definitive roadmap for revolution through her dynamic step-by-step process: Reflect, Visualize, Act, and Persist. She also offers a blueprint for creating real, lasting change in our organizations.