Building Ally
Skills at Work


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.


Kathleen Malone CV

Kathleen Malone
Senior Trainer and Consultant
Corporate Education Group

Kathleen Malone, senior trainer and consultant with Corporate Education Group, is a results-oriented, seasoned executive with over 25 years of proven success leading complex change for medium to large scale international companies in diverse industries including financial services, high tech, aerospace manufacturing, education, and insurance.

Her expertise is in directing transformational change efforts (people, process, organization design, data, and technology) addressing multiple business scenarios such as change in corporate strategy, new product entry, company experiencing exponential growth, and the need for significant efficiency and quality gains. She has held senior leadership positions at Intel Corporation, USAA, Wells Fargo, and Laureate Education.

Kathleen has a proven track record of working with business and technology leaders to transform the way work gets done. She has extensive experience in taking a customer-focused, innovative approach to building capabilities and associated operating models that enable customer and operational excellence. She was awarded one of six “2015 Power Players” by the Women in Housing Leadership Forum/Mortgage Report. “Power Players” were nominated based on their leadership qualities including intelligence, drive, and pursuit of innovation in shaping the industry.

Other “Power Player” honorees included banking and real estate CEOs, the former FDIC chairman, and a congresswoman. Kathleen also won a Consortium Business Process Management (BPM) Deployment Award
for “Best Overall Enterprise-wide BPM Effort” while at Intel Corp. Award submissions included public and private corporations, non-profits, and the education sector.

Kathleen has also been a keynote speaker for several international leadership and operational excellence/transformation conferences across the US, Asia, and Australia. She was also sought after by the Innovation Value Institute (IVI) as an expert to collaborate with leading academic and industry practitioners in creating innovative best practices for connecting business strategy to information technology through business process management and re-engineering frameworks, processes, tools, and artifacts. She holds an Engineering BS from the United States Military Academy at West Point and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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