A new approach to diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
As the world becomes more global, the need to build bridges rather than walls is critical. Businesses’ relationships with staff, customers, and community are directly impacted by divisions and privilege gaps between different sectors of society. Businesses need to become adept at working with power and privilege challenges so that they can create inclusive, respectful cultures where every person is welcome. Join us for a transformational journey through the four-part series described below.
We are pleased to offer special pricing for this incredible learning opportunity in addition to getting this ETF approved in an effort to make this accessible to everyone as it is so important and valuable.
4 Part Virtual Learning Series:
January 7, 2021 ~ 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
#1 Mind Your Privilege! ... or is it Minding You?
This training provides a cognitive understanding of what Privilege is and how it operates in society. It will also provide an overview of what it takes, individually and systemically, to fully engage and create belonging across the many and varied Privilege Gaps in our diverse society. Participants will create personalized action plans for how they intend to use their Privilege as Medicine. (3.5 hr)
January 21, 2021 ~ 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
#2 The Trap of Inequality and The Art of Inclusion
Together, we will explore the roots of Inequality and Injustice, and how society falls into a Trap that challenges our ability to create cohesive, inclusive cultures. We will review historical examples, including how the Trap is constructed and becomes systemic, as well as change initiatives that have helped us move towards inclusion. We’ll also look at present-day reform efforts, and how they can be strengthened by applying principles from the Art of Inclusion. (3.5 hr)
February 11, 2021~ 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
#3 Waking up from the Trap of Inequality
We will explore the wisdom of emotions that arise in response to injustice. We will notice the impact these emotions have on us and on others in our system. What happens when those strong emotions guide our actions? Rather than act from those emotions, we will consider how we can instead, pause in order to identify the call for change. We will consider how we can then be strategic about creating that change, rather than continue to be reactive. (3.5 hr)
February 25, 2021 ~ 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
#4 Skills for the Journey: Part 1: The On-Ramp into the Art of Inclusion
In this webinar, we will focus on the essential skills and tools to practice the Art of Inclusion and begin to create a pathway to a culture of belonging. The on-ramps to the Art of Inclusion require us to wake up to the impact we have on others and get deeply curious about our own, and others’ assumptions. Learn some options for what you can do when you are a bystander to acts of injustice. Take responsibility and step into the role of an ally. (3.5 hr)
About Our Presenter:
You can learn more about Quantum Culture© and their work with Power and Privilege at their website, quantumculture.life.
Quantum Culture is bold new approach to diversity that has had a positive and powerful impact in government, non-profit, educational, and business sectors.
This collaborative venture is lead by:
Alexsandra Lantigua, ORSCC, PCC is an executive coach, facilitator, and trainer whose work empowers organizations to build equitable dynamic systems and inclusive cultures through conscious leadership. In addition to Quantum Culture, she is the founder and CEO of StarSeeds, a coaching and consulting practice, and DragonFlyers, where she opens up a new frontier for leaders and teams, and a founding member of the Curriculum and Facilitation team at Paradox (prdx.co).Alexsandra has worked globally and has an international client base of leaders that stand for change, give back to their communities, and positively impact culture and society. She is a faculty member at Coactive (CTI), The Center for Right Relationship, and a lead trainer of the Evocative Leadership Mastery program at the Ehama Institute.
Alexsandra can be reached at email@example.com.
Adriana Robertson is a leadership trainer and a certified coach and administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI). She offers diversity and inclusion focused training to a variety of institutions nationwide. Some of her clients include Harvard University, Hone, Paradox, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Ethos. A lover of travel, connection, growth, and the Latin culture of her family’s roots in Peru, you’re likely to find Adriana deep in a meaningful conversation, nerding out on learning and development, or cycling through the mountains in the southwest.
ZOOM Webinar - 4 Parts
Thursday, January 7, 2021
Thursday, January 21, 2021
Thursday, February 11, 2021
Thursday, February25, 2021
All session times are from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
HEC Members: $500.00
*ETF HEC Member price: $250.00
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*ETF Non HEC Member price: $350.00
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*All 4 parts must be completed to qualify for the tuition discount.
Please fill out ALL requested information on the forms. Employee participant and Employer must sign in all requested sections.
Deadline to submit ETF form & receive the tuition discount is Monday, December 21, 2020.
Email your forms to: firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the discount CODE to register online & receive your ETF discounted price.
Cancelations must be made (10) working days before the class date to receive a full refund.
Cancellations made after the above deadline will be issued credit for a future class.
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