When Intersectionality and Toxic Behavior Intersect: Managing Toxic Behavior as it Relates to Race, Sex, and Gender
November 29th, 10am Pst / 1pm est
1 SHRM PDC
This isn’t going to be your standard conversation about racism, privilege, or minimizing bias at work.
We’re going to dive into some hard questions, and our expert panelists will deliver responses to questions that may be on everyone’s mind but no one is asking out loud.
Attend and hear the panelists’ own experiences with toxic behavior based on their intersectionality, unpack how white supremacy may drive perceptions of toxic behavior, and how managers may approach conversations about accountability with intersectionality in mind.
These are tough, but real and necessary, topics. Join Catherine Mattice and her expert panelists as they discuss:
- Their own experiences with toxic behavior based on their intersectionality.
- The term Person of Color and whether it’s divisive or too broad, and frequently used phrases that perpetuate discrimination of underrepresented groups.
- How to unpack perceptions of toxic behavior, and the ways in which perceptions are – and are not – a result of white and gender-norm supremacy.
- Taking intersectionality into account when approaching employees about performance or behavior issues.
- Ways in which we can break down traditional gender stereotypes in order to end toxic behavior aimed at people who don’t “fit” stereotypical gender “norms.”
Ashley T Brundage