Exploring systemic racial equity in the workplace
Amid ever-increasing awareness of social inequities, many organizations are grappling with the challenge of creating healthy, inclusive, and equity-informed workplaces. How can leaders contribute to a sustainable and transformative shift in organizations? What exactly does effective racial equity work require? To learn how to address these issues, attend this webinar that considers approaches rooted in compassion, mindfulness, and courage. Together, we’ll identify tangible steps towards achieving systemic racial equity in the workplace.
Indy Batth, BPE’87, MA’98, CEC, CNTC, ORSC (she/her/hers) — Equity-Informed Leadership Coach; Director, ikb Coaching & Consulting; Co-founder and Principal, Rhyza Coaching & Consulting
Louise Pitre, BSc, MHA, ORSCC (she/her/elle) — Founder and Principal, Louise Pitre Coaching & Consulting Inc.
Rob Kim, BSc’98, BEd’00, MET’08 (he/him/his) — Manager, Alumni Career Education, alumni UBC
Tuesday, December 5, 2023
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Indy Batth, BPE’87, MA’98, CEC, CNTC, ORSC
Indy Batth holds an MA in Education from UBC and is also an ICF–certified leadership coach trained in executive, neuroscience, and team/systems coaching. She is the director of ikb Coaching & Consulting, and is co-founder and principal of Rhyza Coaching & Consulting, a collaborative in service of deep equity, belonging, and healing for racialized leaders and change-makers. For over 25 years she has worked with people on self-leadership and belonging, and to encourage inclusive leadership, build equitable teams, and create cultures of belonging. She takes a stand for the integration of individual and systemic culture shift to create and sustain organizational transformation.
Louise Pitre, BSc, MHA, ORSCC
Louise Pitre is a leadership and team coach, facilitator, and organizational development consultant with 30 years of experience working with non-profit, government, and business sectors to cultivate systemic change for deep equity. Using systems coaching approaches and embodied practices, she creates unique and impactful experiences to help leaders and teams see their power, know their impact, and elevate their leadership. She is a certified coach in Organization and Relationship Systems and Power Intelligence, with professional training in Social Presencing Theatre and Theatre for Living.
Rob Kim, BSc’98, BEd’00, MET’08
Rob Kim currently works as the Manager, Alumni Career Education for alumni UBC, where he supports career development and programming for alumni. He believes in supporting the learning and development of people through career education. He is a certified CliftonStrengths coach, a professional ICF (International Coaching Federation) Associate Coach, and a proud three-time UBC alum. He was also named a LinkedIn Top Voice for Job Search and Careers.
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