Kim-Monique Johnson has integrated over 25 years of organizational development experience to inspire leaders to bring out the best in themselves and others. She helps organizations manage change, implement diversity, racial equity and inclusion strategies and develop leaders to create a culture of belonging. She’s currently a senior consultant with Community Resource Exchange serving nonprofits in New York City and has a private practice as a certified coach helping new managers and seasoned executives who face challenges related to diversity, racial equity and inclusion.
In this episode we’re discussing the Netflix documentary “White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch” through an HR lens and what we can learn about diversity, equity, inclusivity (DEI) in 2022.
What you will learn …
- Why common HR practices are no longer working or relevant; how and why they are broken.
- The origins of Human Resources and what it means to be a “recovering” HR professional
- What middle managers can glean from the “exclusion” culture of Abercrombie and Fitch
Resources mentioned in this episode:
White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch
How to Be an Antiracist Supervisor: Start with Changing What You Call Yourself, Kim-Monique Johnson, NPQ Magazine, April 15, 2021
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