Racism & Exclusion in the Workplace: A Multi-Series Program
REALPAC, in partnership with BOMA Toronto, CoreNet Global Canadian Chapter, NAIOP Greater Toronto Chapter, Toronto CREW, and ULI Toronto, are pleased to present a multi-series program on Racism & Exclusion in the Workplace, sponsored by KingSett Capital. This series aims to help members of the commercial real estate industry understand, address, and dismantle systemic racism in the workplace.
Part One: Fireside Chat with Karlyn Percil-Mercieca
We are launching the series with Karlyn Percil-Mercieca (CEO of KDPM Consulting Group and the Founder of SisterTalk Group Leadership and Wellness Academy), in conversation with Farrah Khimji (Founder, Futura Funds and President, Toronto CREW). Jon Love (CEO, KingSett Capital) will provide opening remarks for the session.
Karlyn will discuss the L.E.A.P Framework, which she designed to deconstruct and address institutional and interpersonal racial barriers and increase equitable outcomes through accountable and inclusive allyship. More specifically, the L.E.A.P. Framework will help you:
- Listen, learn and lead
- Explore and examine your emotional data
- Ask on your learnings and then ask
- Prioritize equity by leveraging your 3 P’s (position, pay and power)
Let’s take a LEAP to eradicate racism in the workplace.
Karlyn is a Certified Emotional Intelligence and Neuro-Life Coach with keen focus on diversity, inclusion, and belonging. She also is the CEO of KDPM Consulting Group INC., and the Founder of SisterTalk Group Leadership and Wellness Academy, a mentorship group dedicated to amplifying the voices of Black, Indigenous, WoC leveraging community and personal narratives and storytelling as a catalyst of success.
She has dedicated her career to helping corporations plan, develop, and execute successful and comprehensive Diversity, Equity and Inclusion leadership strategies to support inclusive organization and human optimization goals. Her motivation to improve the status quo stems from her passion as a black leader and her former twenty plus year career as a bank executive, where she experienced discrimination, racial/gendered biases, and emotional tax. She passionate about change and believes that inclusion is not just a trend, but a verb that requires action.