INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP 101
Wednesday 3:00 – 4:00 PM
Since I have been doing this work, when was the last time I spent time walking in the roles of those served by our efforts — who did not look like me?
Have I recently entrusted someone else of a different background / ethnicity / orientation with something very important, knowing that they may not have the tools / network / access to complete it as well as I; yet I entrusted them anyway knowing that the process would be good for their personal/professional growth, as well as my own?
If I am being honest, have I taken measures to be aware of my own internal biases? —
As professionals, we must be intentional about our individual efforts towards growth and development.
That’s because those who are improving, help others to improve also —or in other words, “Better people, better People.
Rodney C. Burris
Rodney C Burris Is One Of America’s Top Leaders In Unlocking Human Potential And Inspiring Organizations to Greatness…”
Raised in the inner cities of Baltimore and Jacksonville, Rodney is the son of a hardworking single mother.
Because his father often battled substance abuse, the family spent time in a homeless shelter and endured poverty and domestic abuse.
Despite this adversity, Rodney still earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The Johns Hopkins University and a master’s in Nonprofit Management from Capella University.
Rodney has assisted numerous companies with team-building, communication, data evaluation and program development. His workshops and seminars are among the most popular in the United States and abroad.