Date: Tuesday, December 20, 2022
Time: 8:00 – 9:30 AM
Location: ONLINE! Registrants will receive a Zoom link
“Activating Courage & Vulnerability on Your Journey to Allyship”
What if I say the wrong thing? Is it okay for me to ask about someone's ethnicity? I want to take action, but I'm afraid I'll mess up!
Guess what? You're not alone. In our minds, there is nothing scarier than losing face when we've messed up, especially when it comes to interacting with others.
If you want to understand what it means to be an ally--how to activate your heart, your mind, and your voice to enter conversations even when you don't have all the answers--we encourage you to join this safe community of learners, to embrace your vulnerability and your courage, in this session that explores tools and best practices that empower you to use your voice for good.
After completing this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Explain what privilege is and is not.
- Identify where one sits on the spectrum of privilege.
- Acknowledge that privilege exists to varying degrees.
- Describe how to “use your privilege for good”.
In the TD Capability Model, this session addresses the area of Building Personal Capability, focusing on Cultural Awareness and Inclusion, Emotional Intelligence, and Communication.
About the Presenter:
Halima K. McWilliams, is an Associate Principal at Corgan, an architecture and design firm in downtown Dallas. She has led the People Operations and Culture team since May 2018. Halima is an enthusiastic culture strategist, speaker and a passionate employee experience advocate. She leverages her knowledge and expertise of over 24 years of experience in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) as well as strategic HR to aid organizations in crafting customized, practical and realistic solutions that work. Halima is a nationally certified HR & Diversity Executive. She also is a certified Enterprise Design Thinking practitioner via IBM. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Missouri – St. Louis and a Master of Science in Human Resource Management from Capella University. Halima has worked in leadership roles in Fortune 500 organizations such as Raytheon and First Data. Before joining Corgan, she was a Principal Consultant with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. When not in the office, Halima enjoys hanging out with her husband, Jason and exploring new restaurants and indulging in live music concerts, specifically smooth jazz and neo-soul.
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