As a guest speaker, Dr. Carrie Arnold names and puts a spotlight on the Silencing of Women in the workplace as a forced invisibility. As a human development researcher and master coach, she discusses the implications of feeling muffled, suppressed, and muted in an environment and the impact it has on a woman’s decision to stay and suffer in the workplace, to leave, or to recover, find their voice and heal. This discussion highlights the implications in the lives of women of color and touches on issues of intersectionality, privilege, and, ultimately, the importance of noticing silencing and engaging healing practices.
Carrie Arnold, PhD, MCC, BCC
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