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Advancing Equity Workshop: Fundamentals to Support Your Journey (November Session)

November 6 @ 12:00 pm 3:00 pm

$800 – $1000

Impact Partners and/or COA Accredited Organizations: $800

Other Organizations: $1,000

Session Dates: Nov. 6, 13, and 20 from noon-3 p.m. ET.

This workshop also will be offered July 9, 16, and 25. View details and register.

Understanding how to build an inclusive and equitable culture is the job of every leader within an organization. Creating an inclusive culture connected to the meeting mission in co-creating with communities across the country is essential in building a perfect union.

As some voices push against a ‘woke culture,’ there is an ever-increasing need to continue to raise the banner for social justice on every front and building organizational capacity for advancing equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). The need for leaders, especially within social sector organizations, to engage in building an equitable society for all.

During this three-part virtual workshop, participants will learn and engage in a safe environment, where they can ask questions and share reflections with their peers. Using Social Current’s three-prong approach to EDI (Person, Organization and Systems), the presenters will encourage participants to develop a deeper personal EDI journey, to build an inclusive work culture, and to become more aware of the systems that impact us all.

Session Objectives

Session One: Connecting Our Past to the Present (Nov. 6 from noon – 3 p.m. ET)

  • Connecting the past to the present; the history of systemic racism and its current impact
  • Learning the steps for personal EDI growth

Session Two: Moving Towards a More Perfect Union (Nov. 13 from noon – 3 p.m. ET)

  • Cultural humility
  • Psychological safety

Session Three: Supporting Your Organization’s EDI Journey (Nov. 20 from noon – 3 p.m. ET)

  • Learn the phases of organizational growth in EDI
  • Discuss the essential components of an effective EDI plan
  • Discuss the challenges and opportunities for organizations as they implement EDI plans

Workshop Goals

  • Explore relationships with EDI in a safe environment
  • Increase understanding of how to build an equitable and inclusive workplace culture
  • Why and how to build psychological safety among teams, identify individual biases, and understand the role of inequitable systems
  • Phases of organizational growth in EDI and the essential components of a successful EDI plan

Who Should Participate

  • Senior Leadership
  • Directors and Managers
  • EDI Practitioners

Instruction Methods

The workshop will include webinar presentations of core concepts, facilitated discussions, and reflection opportunities. Organizations are encouraged to send multiple employees for collaborative learning and to build agency knowledge.

Presenters

Jerica Broeckling

EDI Consultant
Social Current

Romero Davis

Senior Program Manager
Social Current

Howard

Undraye Howard, PhD

Vice President of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement
Social Current

Phyllis Richards

Phyllis Richards

Director of EDI and Research
Social Current

Sheryl White, PsyD

Cultural Psychologist, OD Practitioner & Leadership Coach