Kristi shares how she and HRC have participated and collaborated with New Tactics.
Continuing some talk of ethics, Kristi comments on the tension between HR as a personal passion, but also financially supporting oneself. Being accountable for one's values while getting paid for the work.
A great piece of input on balancing creativity and staying grounded in human rights work, and the importance of collaborating with different people and views.
Continuing the discussion on ethics, Kristi elaborates on how being a Human Rights leader is a special challenge: from government positions to non-profit leadership.
On the challenges of ethical questions and accountability structures in the field of HR.
Kristi discusses further some of the personal challenges that advocates can encounter, and some positive ways to cope with them: burnout, work/life balance.
A particularly effective and now widely distributed tactic that HRC has pioneered to introduce and personalize the idea of HR to people in many environments.
Kristi shares some of the tactics HRC has used to be effective in HR education: programs and tools.
Kristi introduces some projects and goals of the HRC: in the short term, some incredible learning opportunities they offer; in the longer term, achieving a greater reach with their work.