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PODCAST October 01, 2021

Dimensions of Diversity: How to Handle Difficult Conversations at Work

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On this episode of Dimensions of Diversity, Lloyd Freeman is joined by Rachel Williams to discuss navigating uncomfortable conversations in workplace.

As many U.S. workers begin the slow return to the office, they will have to readjust to numerous aspects of in-office life - including how best to approach and have uncomfortable conversations, including those about race. These conversations are nothing new, but with the events of last summer still permeating everyday life, it's important to give folks a little refresher.

You can listen to Dimensions of Diversity in many places: on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, and more.

Dimensions of Diversity is a podcast created by Buchanan Ingersoll and Rooney, highlighting diversity in the workplace. Hosted by Lloyd Freeman, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, the podcast features frank conversations with leaders all across the world of workplace diversity.

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