As media organizations work to combat sexual harassment and discrimination, employees want to know their leaders are truly committed to the hard work of change. In this live broadcast, the Freedom Forum Institute’s Power Shift Project provides expert advice for leaders at all levels.
|Session 1: Leadership Secrets — Laying Down the Law Is Just the Start|
|Session 2: Do You Qualify As an Ally?|
|Session 3: Strategy-Sharing/Fresh Approaches|
“Shifting the Power” featured newsroom leaders sharing innovative initiatives to create safer and more inclusive and diverse workplaces.
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Press Forward and the Freedom Forum Institute’s Power Shift Project presented a two-part conversation on creating equality in newsrooms. The discussion focused on ending sexual harassment, redefining respect, newsroom leadership and how to create good managers.
NPR’s “All Things Considered” co-host Mary Louise Kelly and The Atlantic contributing editor Alison Stewart moderated the conversations.
The Power Shift Project launches the first in a series of live interactive training sessions with a program focusing on the youngest and often most vulnerable in media.
|Session 1: The University View|
|Session 2: The Employer View|
|Session 3: The Student View|