Racial Justice at Work: How a Developmental Approach Can Help You Meet People Where They Are
I was honored and privileged to be invited to discuss developmental approaches to racial justice work with the incomparable Mary-Frances Winters and my colleague and good friend, Terrence Harewood. The episode is part of a series the Winters Group is coordinating with the release of their new anthology Racial Justice at Work. Below is a link and description of the episode from the Winters Group.
“When taking a developmental approach to racial justice, coaching leaders who have lived in predominantly monocultural, monolingual environments will be distinct from coaching those who have had a lot of exposure and experiences with different cultures. In this podcast episode for the new book Racial Justice at Work: Practical Solutions for Systemic Change (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2023), lead author Mary-Frances Winters and special projects editor Gabrielle Gayagoy Gonzalez sit down with contributing author Terrence Harewood, Ph.D., and Beth Zemsky of Zemsky & Associates Consulting (www.bethzemsky.com) to explore the topics in Harewood’s chapter, “A Developmental Approach to Racial Justice.” Join them as they discuss how tools like the Intercultural Developmental Inventory® can help with meeting people where they are so they can make progress toward racial justice.”