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The Role of Race in the Workplace Series

  • October 06, 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Virtual

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  • This registration entitles you to attend all three sessions for a reduced rate of $60. You can register guests as part of this option.
  • This registration entitles you to attend Session One: Peanut Butter, Jelly and Racism only. You can register guests as part of this option.
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    This registration entitles a guest to attend all three sessions for a reduced rate of $60. You can register guests as part of this option.

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Binnu Palta Hill will present a special three-part series entitled "The Role of Race in theWorkplace" exclusively for TEMPO Madison members and guests. Binnu Palta Hill is the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB). Prior to joining WSB in 2006, she spent over ten years in the UW System teaching, consulting, and designing programming that enhances inclusion by leveraging strategic leadership and organizational cultural dexterity. A distinguishing factor in her approach is the combination of academic research and lived experience to dissect core issues related to identity differences.  Ms. Hill also teaches inclusive leadership in the Wisconsin MBA Programs.


Tickets for TEMPO Madison members and guests
are $25 per session or $60 for all three sessions. All sessions are virtual.

Tuesday, Oct. 6 (9am - 10am)

 Peanut Butter, Jelly and Racism (courtesy NYT)

In this session, we will use a New York Times feature on race to discuss implicit bias and its impact on our expectations of others. We will also discuss the impact of interpersonal interactions versus biased systems.

Thursday, Nov. 5 (9am - 10am)

First Encounters

We will examine our earliest experiences with race and racism, and deconstruct our socialization into perceptions of our own belonging and that of others.

Wednesday, Nov. 18 (9am - 10am)

Making Sense of the Past and Present to Move to the Future

We will take a historical journey of race and racism across the world, and within our own country. The session will conclude with concrete skills that participants can utilize to enhance their own understanding, have more meaningful interactions and cultivate inclusion. 


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