Online Courses

Decoding Race for White Leaders: Creating Cultures of Belonging
October 27th and 29th,  2020, Toronto

In an increasingly diverse landscape, with economic growth reliant on increasing immigration, organizations of all kinds are recognizing the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. And yet as teams become more racially diverse, new kinds of challenges arise. In a comfortable, open learning environment, this course will help white leaders investigate their own racial identity and the attendant unspoken assumptions and behaviours brought into the workplace. Read more…

Break Open, Bust Out: Women’s Leadership Institute

Break Open, Bust Out: Authentic Leadership for People of Colour

Leadership is a challenging enough path for many people of colour. In this time of rising nationalism and xenophobia, the layers of internal and external barriers can be amplified. Self-confidence can be a challenge in the face of daily micro-aggressions, and these often occur on top of unresolved aspects of social trauma faced as a result of growing up as a member of a non-dominant group in society. This course is a supportive journey to break open and see the ways we block our own power and bust out to bring more of who we are and what we have to offer into the world. Read more…

 

Judy on the Line

Women’s Leadership Institute Three-parter Webinar Series with Special Guest, Judy Rebick

Judy Rebick, one of Canada’s best-known feminists, understands better than anyone the pressures and pitfalls of defaulting to a more traditional male leadership style.  Now in her 70’s, she learned to change her style to increase her impact.  In this session she will spill her secrets – her experiences, tips and methods of leading from your heart as well your head to both be yourself and have impact on those around you. Read more…

Mahlon Evans-Sinclair, B.A., PGCE

Anti-Black Racism in Organizations, Three Parter Webinar Series

This series is a primer on the history of anti-black racism in Canada, how it currently manifests in Canadian workplaces through implicit bias and micro-exclusions and how leaders can stop the cycles of discrimination through personal behaviour and organizational policies. Read more…