$10.00

At the end of this session you will:

  • Understand the roles in situations
  • Understand what discourages us from acting when we see harm doing
  • Understand how to move through this resistance to action
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March 24 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm EDT

You are minding your own business in a store or on a bus. You see someone bullying a person who looks as if he/she is not capable of handling the situation. What do you do?  In a time when people are quick to express anger and more likely to be angry at people “not like them”, many of us are seeking tools to respond effectively to such biased anger.

This highly interactive training will give you tools and insights to use in such situations and a chance to think about how you might use them.  We present information, share experiences, and strategize bystander responses to a variety of situations.

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At the end of this session you will:

  • Understand the roles in situations
  • Understand what discourages us from acting when we see harm doing
  • Understand how to move through this resistance to action

Facilitators: James McKim, PMP, ITIL,  Managing Partner, Organizational Ignition, LLC
                      Aron DiBacco, New Communities Organizer, Granite State Organizing Project

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DescriptionAt the end of this session you will:
  • Understand the roles in situations
  • Understand what discourages us from acting when we see harm doing
  • Understand how to move through this resistance to action
At the end of this workshop you will understand:
  • Conversational Norms
  • Conversation Basics
  • Skills/Barriers to Productive Conversations
  • Guidelines/Possible Responses to Address Offensive or Tricky Comments
This session explores how organizations can create an environment where women are treated equitably while helping to drive innovation and sustainable performance.Hackathon you will gain ideas on how to:
  • Describe the importance of diversity and inclusion and how it is not just the ‘right’ thing to do but critical for business success.
  • Change mindsets to build inclusivity into the way people think.
  • Encourage ownership and participation across the company on this important topic.
  • Build awareness for different people’s experiences and understanding of the team dynamics or systems that can hinder a sense of belonging or create exclusion.
  • Get a global view of how people in different organizations feel and what challenges are faced.
  • Generate ideas for driving positive change and drive inclusive action.
  • Open up conversations and encourage the development of relationships
  • Encourage diversity of thought and new ideas
  • Develop skills around empathy, relationship building & problem-solving.
 
This workshop describes how organizations can innovate and beat the competition by engaging all generations.

January 27 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EST

Resmaa Menachem says that culture is the way our bodies re-enact history through the foods we eat, the stories we tell, and the images that move us.  This workshop introduces how our different cultures impact our interactions in the workplace. Facilitator: Trini Tellez, MD, Principal, Health Equity Strategies, LLC
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March 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT

You are minding your own business in a store or on a bus. You see someone bullying a person who looks as if he/she is not capable of handling the situation. What do you do?  In a time when people are quick to express anger and more likely to be angry at people “not like them”, many of us are seeking tools to respond effectively to such biased anger. This highly interactive training will give you tools and insights to use in such situations and a chance to think about how you might use them.  We present information, share experiences, and strategize bystander responses to a variety of situations. Learning Objectives At the end of this session you will:
  • Understand the roles in situations
  • Understand what discourages us from acting when we see harm doing
  • Understand how to move through this resistance to action
Facilitators: James McKim, PMP, ITIL,  Managing Partner, Organizational Ignition, LLC                       Aron DiBacco, New Communities Organizer, Granite State Organizing Project

November 4, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT

Want to engage on the topic of diversity but afraid you’ll stumble and offend? Want to challenge discrimination but don’t know how? This workshop will help you gain an understanding of the reasons conversations can be difficult and learn tools to make them more productive. At the end of this workshop you will understand:
  • Conversational Norms
  • Conversation Basics
  • Skills/Barriers to Productive Conversations
  • Guidelines/Possible Responses to Address Offensive or Tricky Comments
Facilitator: James McKim, PMP, ITIL,  Managing Partner, Organizational Ignition, LLC

February 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EST

Research has shown that organizations that truly engage women at all levels outperform those organizations that do not. And despite claims to the contrary, research also shows that truly and equitably engaging women equitably is not happening in the US. This session explores how organizations can create an environment where women are treated equitably while helping to drive innovation and sustainable performance.

April 7 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT

Come hack into topics that have been impacting our workplaces! The purpose of this event is to bring those who have a passion and commitment for diversity, equity, and inclusion together and discuss and hack into difficult topics in a respectful and safe setting. The DEI Hackathon is a perfect opportunity for those working on DEI Plans and strategies to come together to have empowering and courageous conversations about the implementation of DEI. It allows for the co-creation of solutions to increase workplace diversity & inclusion. It is perfect for organizations that recognize the value of intentional inclusive culture building and are looking to boost morale and take positive action. By attending the Hackathon you will gain ideas on how to:
  • Describe the importance of diversity and inclusion and how it is not just the ‘right’ thing to do but critical for business success.
  • Change mindsets to build inclusivity into the way people think.
  • Encourage ownership and participation across the company on this important topic.
  • Build awareness for different people’s experiences and understanding of the team dynamics or systems that can hinder a sense of belonging or create exclusion.
  • Get a global view of how people in different organizations feel and what challenges are faced.
  • Generate ideas for driving positive change and drive inclusive action.
  • Open up conversations and encourage the development of relationships
  • Encourage diversity of thought and new ideas
  • Develop skills around empathy, relationship building & problem-solving.
The topics will be as follows: DEI Goal Setting & Monitoring Disability Inclusivity Cultural Sensitivity Women in the Workplace Age in the Workplace Recruitment and Pipeline Challenges Bias in the Hiring and Interviewing Process LGBTQIA+ Inclusivity White Privilege in the Workplace Pay Equity Building Powerful and Influential ERGs Veterans

February 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EST

There are a record 5 generations in the workforce. Yet our society and employers seem to value only the younger ones. Research has shown that youth focus to be short-sighted when it comes to achieving superior organizational performance. This workshop describes how organizations can innovate and beat the competition by engaging all generations.

January 27 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm EST

Resmaa Menachem says that culture is the way our bodies re-enact history through the foods we eat, the stories we tell, and the images that move us.  This workshop introduces how our different cultures impact our interactions in the workplace. Facilitator: Trini Tellez, MD, Principal, Health Equity Strategies, LLC
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