National Basketball Players Association VP CJ McCollum: Holding Management Accountable

June 02, 2021

In every workplace there are leaders who can hold management accountable and speak to injustices happening inside – and outside – of their workplace. Even in industries dominated by people of color, like the NBA, there can still be issues of representation in management.

CJ McCollum plays for the Portland Trail Blazers and serves as the vice president of the National Basketball Players Association, which is the NBA’s player union. He talks to host Porter Braswell about how management can be supportive of race-related issues happening inside and outside of the workplace, as well as how he holds his team’s and the NBA’s leadership accountable on and off the court.

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