Monday, January 8, 2018

See Why This Human Resources And Performance Expert Leads A Conversation On Race During The MLK Holiday

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Ellicott City, MD, Allison Manswell, CPLP, author of Listen In: Crucial Conversations on Race in the Workplace, is hosting a public event to engage the community in a dialogue that improves interactions around race. The event will be held in Columbia, MD on Monday, January 15, 2018.

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An experienced HR and talent management executive, Manswell facilitates uncomfortable conversations and delivers employee and leadership training nationwide. According to Manswell, the decision to hold this event in Columbia was an easy one.

"The conversation on race is happening all over America. What better way to honor Dr. King than to have an open dialogue on race in a setting best known for its focus on diversity and inclusion on his birthday."

The event includes a combination of research, open dialogue and proven suggestions for how to improve race relations. Focus areas include:

* Why don’t we talk about race?
* Why should we talk about race?
* How can we talk about race?

Tickets for the event are free. Attendees can register via

About the Event Host:

Allison V. Manswell, CPLP is a seasoned talent management professional and Chief Results Officer of Path Forward Consulting. Her expertise includes organizational, leadership and executive development, diversity and inclusion. She has experience working with Fortune 100 companies like Exelon and PepsiCo. She also holds the industry credential as a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance. You can learn more about her at

Questions about Silence is a Statement: A Deep Dive Conversation on Race can be directed to Whittney Hines at

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