James McKim Speaks at Leadership Greater Concord Friday March 31st

Leadership Greater Concord (LGC) invites you to the 22nd annual Richard G. Warner Scholarship Fund Breakfast & Auction. Tickets are $30 and include a full breakfast. LGC alum Joe Kasper and current Event Chair Tori Berube will call a live auction with fabulous items. Proceeds from the event benefit the LGC Scholarship Fund and provide […]


UNH Victory Club 155 Main Street, Durham, United States

Wonder what is going on in New Hampshire to address diversity, equity, and inclusion in the technology industry? Get Tech Smart: DEI INDUSTRY NETWORKING NIGHT will be an opportunity to discuss this important topic. Hosted by the University of New Hampshire Paul College UNH Center for Business Analytics and MCed by Get Tech Smart's Flo […]

Cultivating an Engaged Workplace

Wentworth By The Sea 588 Wentworth Rd, New Castle, NH, United States

Come hear James McKim speak on how managers can reap the benefits of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Courageous Community Conversations at Libraries

James McKim will join Goffstown Public Library Director Dianne Hathaway to discuss the groundbreaking Courageous Community Conversations program at the NH Library Association 2023 Spring Conference. The program was created and first launched in 2019. Since then it has been replicated at libraries across the state. The session will be part of the conference for […]

James McKim Speaks on Civility in the Workplace at NH BSR 2023 Spring Conference

It seems our society has become more polarized than ever. Disrespectful rhetoric intentional and unintentional - now fills the media, our institutions, and our workplaces. How do we interact with civility in this emotionally fraught environment? How do we interact with one another in a way that allows us to be productive while respecting the […]

How to Have Difficult Conversations @ NH Nonprofit Conference & Expo 5/18/2023

Someone says something to you that is disrespectful of your heritage. You witness behavior that has sexist overtones. You observe a conversation where someone demeans a person because of their racial identity. Besides your legal and organizational policy obligations, you need to have a difficult conversation with the person who caused the affront. But how […]

Making DEI Change Stick

Governor’s Conference June 14 & 15, 2023 Change is a strange thing. Sometimes organizations want it even when they say they do not. Sometimes organizations know they need it but don’t know how to make it stick. For many organizations, such is the case around diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). How do you manage change […]

One Goffstown – What is Implicit Bias?

Curious to learn what implicit bias is and how it affects our behavior and how we treat others? Come to One Goffstown - What is Implicit Bias? hosted by the Goffstown Library. Registration required, no library card necessary. This event will be virtual and all registrants will receive a link to the event. This event […]

One Goffstown – How to be an Ally

Want to be an ally to those who are being bullied because of race, sex, age, etc.? Come to the Goffstown Library's session How to Be An Ally. Registration required, no library card necessary. This event will be virtual and all registrants will receive a link to the event. This event is part of our […]

DEI 102: 3 Levels of Bias, Microaggressions, & Belonging

Are you aware that 100% of people are biased but most do not know it? Do you feel you can interact with diverse people without offending them? Would you recognize a microaggression when you see it? Do you understand the true impact of discrimination on your organization? Do you know for certain whether your workspace […]


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