Stand By Me:
Building Ally Skills at Work


Phillip D. Edge

Trainer and Consultant with Corporate Education Group (CEG)


About the Webinar

In simple terms, an ally is someone who stands up for the equitable and fair treatment of someone who is different from them. Anyone can be an ally for a marginalized or vulnerable group; it involves actively listening and learning about others’ experiences, as well as taking action to end discrimination. Allyship hinges on embracing a learning mindset and a willingness to question your assumptions, evolve your thinking, and own your mistakes.

In this webinar, we’ll explore the relationship between inclusion and belonging, reflecting on dimensions of diversity that have shaped our personal access to opportunity. We’ll investigate the concepts of power and privilege through a relational lens, identifying concrete steps we can take to interrupt bias and address injustice. Lastly, we’ll delve into real-life scenarios involving micro-aggressions and discrimination, brainstorming ways that allies can take action.

About the Presenter


Phillip D. Edge, trainer and consultant with Corporate Education Group is an engaging speaker, leadership development facilitator, master communicator, and 21st-century thought leader. For over two decades, Phillip has worked in personal and professional development serving as a facilitator, trainer, mentor, and keynote speaker. Phillip has worked with organizations in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors including Fortune 100, Fortune 500, healthcare, government, and education.

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