The training is based on the philosophy that the common denominator in any organizational community is RELATIONSHIPS. Organizational relationships work best when individuals focus on the impact of their behavior rather than intent in their service and practice.
The webinar will give attendees an anti-oppression or bias disruption tool box for assessing the content of their humor or general communication that may connote or denote a devaluation of a person’s dignity and worth because of their race or ethnic identity.
The facilitator is tasked with helping individuals through the process of internalizing their bias-disruption tool box and build self‐awareness with respect to assessing the impact of their behavior on others who are underrepresented or underserved.
The self-study format is ideal for individuals in a position of leadership and can be use by training professionals, or an executive director to build anti-oppression capacity for a team or department.
The content can be customized to fit your organizational needs and used as a hybrid or self-study and group training using your own in class or online meeting platform.