Cultivating workplace belonging

Indy Batth, BPE’87, MA’98

Despite some social progress in workplaces, many Indigenous, Black, and People of Color (IBPOC) still feel guarded and withheld from their leadership aspirations. “I don’t feel I belong or have a voice here” is a statement often felt but rarely expressed out loud. Speaking up when psychological safety isn’t in place can have a severe impact on communication, career progression, mental health, and more for IBPOC.

This webinar, open to everyone, will center the voices and experiences of IBPOC as they navigate systemic oppression in the workplace. Attendees will acquire a four-step framework and strategies to address inequitable practices to help create belonging for IBPOC.

Participants will discover how to:

  • Build awareness of how IBPOC experience racial oppression in the workplace
  • Analyze why racial oppression is happening
  • Identify steps to disrupt oppressive practices

Tuesday, February 1, 2022
12:00-1:00 pm PST

Free of charge and everyone is welcome. Registration is required.

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About the Speaker

Indy Batth, BPE’87, MA’98, CEC, CNTC, ORSC (she/her/hers)

Indy Batth (she/her/hers) holds an M.A. in Education from UBC and is also an ICF–certified leadership coach (PCC) trained in executive, neuroscience and team/systems coaching. For over 25 years she has supported people to embody inclusive leadership, build equitable teams, and create cultures of belonging. She is the director of ikb Coaching & Consulting, and identifies as a racialized, immigrant settler living on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish people, specifically the qiqéyt (Qayqayt) First Nations.

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