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bhasin consulting inc.'s Webinars with Special Guests

Cutting-Edge Webinars with Leading Inclusion Experts

At bci, we are committed to providing the most current inclusion content and offering cutting-edge strategies to our clients. We are pleased to welcome leading professionals in the equity, diversity and inclusion space as special guests on our free monthly webinars. Watch the full webinars below.

Fearing the Unknown — Interrupting Biases about Sikhism in the Workplace

with special guests Ramandeep K. Grewal, LL.B & Simran Jeet Singh, PhD

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In our efforts to build inclusive organizations, it’s important that we focus on better understanding the connection between race, ethnoculture and faith — especially as it relates to religions that face heightened bias and prejudice in the workplace.

bci’s founder Ritu Bhasin is joined by special guests Ramandeep K. Grewal and Dr. Simran Jeet Singh for a discussion about Sikhism, the world’s fifth largest religion. In this webinar, Ritu leads a Q&A dialogue with Raman and Simran exploring the following:

  • The key tenants of Sikhism
  • Why Sikhs experience biases in the workplace and how to address this
  • How to ask Sikh colleagues about their faith/culture
  • Pressing issues that impact the Sikh experience in the workplace, including the Sikh genocide and the current farmers protests
 
Click here to learn more about Ramandeep K. Grewal
Click here to learn more about Dr. Simran Jeet Singh

How to Talk to Your Kids About Anti-Black Racism

with special guest Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr

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With the rightful spotlight on anti-Black racism over the last year, one of the areas that we at bci have been receiving questions about is: as a white person, how do I talk to my kids about anti-Black racism?

From the anti-Black racism that led to the murders of George Floyd and countless others to the ways anti-Blackness shows up in the messaging children receive from their elders, teachers, peers and pop culture, it’s critical that parents hold conversations with their children to interrupt anti-Black racism.

In honor of Black History Month in 2021, we invited renowned anti-racism and education expert Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr. to join bci’s founder, Ritu Bhasin, for a free webinar about navigating conversations about anti-Black racism with children. In this webinar, Ritu leads a Q&A dialogue with Dr. Moore in exploring:

  • How you as a white person can talk to your children about anti-Black racism
  • How parents, teachers, caregivers and mentors can take a skills-based approach to teaching children about anti-Black racism
  • Tools and strategies for holding impactful and child-friendly dialogues around race

Click here to learn more about Dr. Eddie Moore, Jr.

How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race

2-part webinar with special guest Misha Glouberman

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In this moment where there is a rightful spotlight on anti-racism in the workplace, so many leaders and team members are interested in how to hold constructive and impactful conversations about race, racism and white supremacy — discussions that can often feel intimidating, uncomfortable and difficult.

We’ve heard you and want to help you to make this happen!

In this 2-part webinar, Ritu Bhasin, inclusion, authenticity and leadership expert, and Misha Glouberman, negotiation and communication expert, come together to discuss how to navigate difficult conversations about race, including:

  • How to recognize when you’re in a difficult conversation
  • Must does for holding constructive conversations about race
  • Tools for starting and maintaining a dialogue around race in the workplace
 
Click here to learn more about Misha.

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