Continuing Learning For Business Leaders
Recently Recorded Birdfeeders
Rebecca’s materials (slides and poem):
More resources (from Artie):
- “How to Talk Trauma & Protests at Work. The (very non-definitive) Guidelines” by Benish Shaw (6/1/2020). https://medium.com/@benishshah/how-to-talk-trauma-protests-at-work-the-very-non-definitive-guidelines-ff355d2e0f83. Thank you to Birdhouse member and CEO of CCAD Mel Corn for showing me this.
- “U.S. Businesses Must Take Meaningful Action Against Racism” by Laura Morgan Roberts and Ella F. Washington, Harvard Business Review (6/1/2020). https://hbr.org/2020/06/u-s-businesses-must-take-meaningful-action-against-racism Thank you to Dallas/Ft. Worth Vistage Chair Mike Richards for showing me this piece.
- “The White Journey to Racial Awareness: A Stage Theory” by Jal Mehta, Education Week (7/27/2017):
http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/learning_deeply/2017/07/the_white_journey_to_racial_awareness_a_stage_theory.html Thank you to New York Chair Mark Taylor for showing me this.
Beth and I will read poems aloud. Some are finished and ready. Some are still in the works. Listen as we encourage and critique one another. (You and all other attendees will be muted throughout the session.)
Every other Sunday: 7p–8p (might go longer, depending on the poems)
May I bring — or send — a guest? Yes. Please limit guests to your family, potential peer group candidates, and your key executive colleagues. If you are wondering about whether a guest is appropriate, ask Monica.
Do I need to pre-register? Yes or no, as directed in each event. Ask any questions to [email protected]
What’s “Birdhouse”? Birdhouse is the combined membership of the peer groups chaired by Artie Isaac. Like birds of different feathers, flocking together. Please refer candidates to ArtieIsaac.com.