Across the board, we have been hearing a strong desire for more dialogue around race and ethnicity to address the discrimination faced by underrepresented groups every day. Following our recent Catalyst Europe Roundtable – Getting Real About Racism, it was clear that one session was not enough to fully understand what each of us can do to create a truly inclusive workplace. Getting Real About Racism: Part 2 will go deeper to explore the impact of discrimination on employees’ overall well-being and performance by looking at Intersectionality and Catalyst’s research on the Emotional Tax.
Intersectionality, coined by legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989, being the intertwining of social identities (such as gender, race, ethnicity, social class, religion, sexual orientation, and/or gender identity) which can result in unique experiences, opportunities, and barriers. And Emotional tax, first described by Catalyst in 2016, being the combination of feeling different from peers at work because of gender, race and/or ethnicity, being on guard for experiences of bias, and the associated effects on health, well-being, and the ability to thrive at work.
There are potential roadblocks in talking across differences to address both – but we should not let that stop progress. Let’s unpack those roadblocks and learn from one another by reflecting on the following questions:
For this roundtable, we are pleased to welcome two panelists:
Join Catalyst EMEA team and supporters for this informal, supporter-only roundtable. We invite business leaders, HR professionals, D&I professionals, and champions of inclusion to join the dialogue. Registration is complimentary for Catalyst Supporters. Space is limited, so early registration is recommended.
For questions, please contact Anna Sullivan.
Catalyst Supporter Organizations – This event is COMPLIMENTARY to Catalyst Supporters. To register, please log in to the Catalyst website with your Supporter organization email address. Once logged in, you will be able to reserve your ticket at the bottom of this page.
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