Must the show go on? COVID-19 and the Hidden Inequity of ‘Personal Choice’
Even as more large systems suspend activities to encourage social distancing, I continue to hear from many organizations in the non-profit, education, and philanthropic space where internal guidance around whether or not adult staff should travel or work from home really amounts to “use your discretion”, “it’s your personal choice”, or “suspend non-essential activities”. Here’s the problem: there are some messy, uncomfortable, hidden inequities in these generalized, personal choice messages.
Psychological Safety: What’s Keeping Your Team From Taking Critical Risks?
Promise54’s Vanessa Douyon and Kiera Vinson share their experience of how psychological safety within organizations fosters greater risk-taking, effectiveness, and productivity – and how your team can get there.
It’s About to Get Real…
This month, we’re naming a phenomenon that we see across organizations doing this work, including TNTP and Blue Engine: the more an organization centers DEI, the more unknowns are surfaced. Promise54’s COO Latricia Barksdale offers some things organizations can do to prepare for the bumpy road ahead.