Binna Kandola presenting.
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Examining Race and Wellbeing in the Workplace with Professor Binna Kandola

How can we combat bias in the workplace and support the wellbeing of minority groups? As many organisations, including schools, grapple with this question, it is important to acknowledge and address the impact that discrimination and micro-incivilities have on minority groups in the workplace. Professor Binna Kandola OBE, author of the new book Free to Soar, Race and Wellbeing in Organisations, discusses how being on the receiving end of racist behaviour, and feeling unable to voice concerns with confidence affect the wellbeing of minority groups, and outlines what we can do to ensure all employees feel included, supported and valued. This event is the first UK instalment of our Facing History Now: Conversations on Equity and Justice virtual event series.

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How can we combat bias in the workplace and support the wellbeing of minority groups?

As many organisations, including schools, grapple with this question, it is important to acknowledge and address the impact that discrimination and micro-incivilities have on minority groups in the workplace. Professor Binna Kandola OBE, author of the new book Free to Soar, Race and Wellbeing in Organisations, discusses how being on the receiving end of racist behaviour, and feeling unable to voice concerns with confidence affect the wellbeing of minority groups, and outlines what we can do to ensure all employees feel included, supported and valued.

This event is the first UK instalment of our Facing History Now: Conversations on Equity and Justice virtual event series.

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