Part of theKeys to Success: Perseverance
<club-desc-paragraph>What does it really mean to deal with racism at work? How do you heal from moments of racial trauma? Minda Harts has the answer.<club-desc-paragraph>
<club-desc-paragraph>In workplaces nationwide, women of color need frank talk and honest advice on how to deal with microaggressions, heal from racialized trauma, and find relief from invisible workplace burdens. Right Within offers strategies for women of color to speak up during racialized moments with managers and clients, work through past triggers that may cause pain, and reframe past career disappointments as opportunities for growth towards a new path.<club-desc-paragraph>
<club-desc-paragraph>On BookClub, Minda Harts and Arlan Hamilton discuss Right Within as part of Hamilton’s “Keys to Success: Perseverance” Book Club, and open the door to conversations about healing from trauma, how allies should be better supporting women of color, and why the workplace should work for everyone. Referred to by Hamilton as the “anti-gaslighting manual,” Right Within is a book, and a conversation, you can’t afford to miss.<club-desc-paragraph>
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<club-landing-h3>Minda’s Road to the ‘Right Within’<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Arlan Hamilton introduces Minda Harts and they discuss her first book, The Memo, and how the response to that book led to writing Right Within. They also talk about Minda’s writing process, including using social media as research, and why it’s important to find the tools to be “right within”.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>Systemic Racism in the Workplace<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Minda and Arlan discuss how the workplace should work for everyone, why healing is a lifestyle, and how Covid-19 changed office and racial politics. Minda also shares why everyone should be commited to equity.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>The Healing Journey to Your Authentic Self<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Minda shares why it’s important to be who you need for yourself, how to heal when Black women in particular have not been encouraged to heal, and how to build your own “healing team” in order to give yourself the space and safety you need to work through trauma.<club-landing-paragraph>
<club-landing-h3>How to Deal With and Exit a Toxic Workplace<club-landing-h3>
<club-landing-paragraph>Arlan calls Minda’s book the “anti-gaslighting manual,” and together they cover how to leave your trauma behind, how allies need to respond when confronted with racism at work, and how to turn your biggest trauma into your greatest triumph.<club-landing-paragraph>
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