In Episode 52: “Recognizing & Overcoming Microaggressions - Part 2,” Melinda Briana Epler draws from her book How to Be an Ally (McGraw-Hill 2021) for the fundamentals of understanding, identifying, and interrupting microaggressions in the workplace. Melinda discusses nonverbal and environmental microaggressions, as well as some tactics for intervening and treating the impact of microaggressions. You can order your copy of How to Be an Ally at ally.cc/book for a deeper dive into the subject.
Melinda Briana Epler has more than 25 years of experience elevating brands and developing business innovation strategies for entrepreneurs, Fortune 500 companies, and global NGOs. As CEO of Change Catalyst, Melinda is a strategic diversity, equity, and inclusion advisor for executives, startups, investors, and activists around the world. She is an inclusive leadership coach, trains executive and management teams, and builds learning and development solutions for clients. Melinda is a TED speaker, award-winning documentary filmmaker, and former marketing and culture executive. She speaks and writes about diversity and inclusion in tech, allyship, and empathy, and has spoken on hundreds of stages around the world.
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