Wednesday Jan 30th, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
2100 Building 2100 24th Avenue South Seattle
Join us for this practical, hands on supervisory and leadership skills workshop grounded in anti-bias principles to enhance your coaching skills, and heighten your ability to supervise with an equity lens.
Participants will have the opportunity to identify their own biases and make connections to how those might be influencing their leadership style or supervising skills.
Learning objectives include:
Clearly stated values to drive leadership
Understanding of personal bias and blindspots
Skills and strategies for equitable management
Identify the link between valuing equity and HR to implement into policies and procedures
As Supervisors and Leaders committed to equity in the workplace, how can we implement and execute what we’ve learned and create the change we want to see and create more effective, accountable, and equitable organizations as we do it?
This training is intended to introduce to some and reinforce to others the fundamentals of implicit bias, power and privilege, and giving and receiving feedback. As we work to develop and create multicultural workplaces, this workshop will challenge us to examine our beliefs, attitudes, and practices about the people with whom we have been tasked to lead. It will provide participants with a solid understanding of leading with your values and how to administer the human resources and operational practices of your organization thru the lens of equity. Upon completion, you will be able to answer the question? “What do I do now?” as well as some practical tools to advance your work.
Participants will leave the workshop with:
A clear link between valuing equity and implementing it into leadership
An understanding of personal bias and blindspots
Skills and strategies for management grounded in power and privilege analysis
Opportunities to infuse equity within the 6 areas of the employee lifecycle i.e. job descriptions, recruiting & retention and more!
Ideas that can be implemented into your organization resulting in an immediate impact
Who will benefit from this workshop?
This experiential workshop is ideal for leaders interested in applying their basic knowledge of social justice, race, and biases to become more effective leaders in organizations of all sizes and at all stages of their development. All that’s needed is a desire to either develop or refine self-awareness practices on your team or within your organization. Participants should be in a position to enact change within their organization. This means supervisors, managers, directors, operations professionals, human resources professionals, executive directors, leaders of teams, or people with the capacity and energy to start making changes.
We strongly recommend that organizations send 2-3 people to the training to partner in sharing the learning and implementation when you return to your organization. Get a discount if you register 3 or more staff from the same organization. (See group rate ticket option on registration page.)
Limited number of partial scholarship are available upon request. For more info, contact Mike Beebe at email@example.com