Thursday, September 13th 2018 8:30-4pm
2100 Building Seattle
Join me and my colleagues Keonna Jackson and Mike Bebee 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
Columbia Land Trust is a white led and majority white staff organization working on equity. Read about their equity commitments that starts with an acknowledgment of how they can and should be doing better.
'Columbia Land Trust has historically viewed being a nature-serving organization as having a mission divorced from issues of equity and social justice. Today, we recognize that these issues are inextricably linked. We acknowledge that we have been slow to elevate equity as a core organizational value.'