Shakil Choudhury and Dawn Menken discuss how to overcome political polarization and become inclusive leaders. Don’t miss the chance to elevate your impact and navigate the complexities of today’s political landscape with confidence and compassion.
Join Annahid Dashtgard, and Emma Lind for a conversation about the Leader Labs and some important takeaways and secrets challenges when addressing race and equity issues.
Join Annahid Dashtgard, and Shakil Choudhury in a conservation about equity, diversity and inclusion.
Join Annahid Dashtgard, Kwame Scott Fraser, and Farzana Doctor in conversation about what it means to belong as racialized individuals—in a profession, to a country, even within our own skin.
Understanding EDI literacy as a 360-hour project can help to challenge some of our misguided beliefs about the training and commitment required for EDI work. Join Shakil Choudhury in conversation about how reaching and understanding EDI literacy as leader is a vital step that every organization needs to take.
Leaders often, and unknowingly, jeopardize their organization’s EDI (equity, diversity, and inclusion) efforts…but it doesn’t have to be this way. Learn four common traps that trip up leaders in their EDI work and how to overcome them using data.
2022 marks Anima Leadership’s 15th Anniversary. Join us as we explore 15 leadership lessons learned from 15 years in the JEDI world with Annahid Dashtgard, CEO and co-founder of Anima Leadership.
What does a future look like where everyone, regardless of identity, has the opportunity not just to survive, but thrive? Join Deepa Purushothaman in conversation with Anima CEO Annahid Dashtgard as they discuss what it will take for women of colour us to break the invisible barriers holding us back.
What does it look like to push against the edges of whiteness, to be centered, authentic and remain in relationship as we seek to achieve racial justice in the workplace and beyond? Join Anima’s Shakil Choudhury and Emma Lind for a conversation about breaking out of racial scripts.
How do we move beyond lip service, performative allyship and surface-level change in order to make lasting, systemic change? Join Shakil Choudhury in conversation with Clayton Thomas-Müller as they discuss his book “Life in the City of Dirty Water”, Indigenous rights and environmental and economic justice.