Event Phone: 512-223-7080 or email@example.com
- March 29, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Understanding what difference, diversity and inclusion really mean and building awareness and skills to work and communicate more effectively across difference in future
Course Objectives and Description:
“Diversity” has become something of a dirty word in the USA due to tokenism, quotas and some dubious training practices. This practical, interactive workshop will help both willing and skeptical participants understand what Diversity, Inclusion and Culture are all about and why they are so important in the nonprofit environment, for their organization, for their internal and external counterparts and for themselves. They will then learn why and how people work and communicate in different ways and begin practicing how to relate to others more effectively in future.
- Learn what it means to be diverse, inclusive and culturally competent in the nonprofit environment and why it is important for our community, our organizations and us as individuals
- Understand how their and others’ personal values, behaviors and communication styles are determined by a mixture of different cultural factors
- Begin practicing how to work and communicate with people from other cultures more effectively in future
Following this workshop, Jeremy Solomons will be introducing the new workshop, Difficult Conversations During Difficult Times – a practical, interactive half-day workshop, from 1-4p. Click here to learn more about the Difficult Conversations During Difficult Times workshop.
Venue: ACC Highland Business Center
Venue Phone: 512-223-7080
You will receive an email 1-2 days prior to the class date with specific information on room location, parking information, a temporary parking permit, and any other necessary logistical information. Parking at Highland Business Center: The ACC overflow parking lot is currently under construction. If the ACC parking lot is full, you may park across the street at the Holiday Inn. You will not be towed. Park only in marked spaces: Blue Curbs indicate a reserved space (e.g., disabled or faculty/staff); Yellow Curbs generally indicate no parking and tow away zones; and Red Curbs are fire zones. Vehicles parked in the fire zone, disabled spaces, or parked in a manner that blocks or impedes traffic may be ticketed and/or towed. The temporary parking permit you will receive allows you to park in any lot marked as Student Parking. Full-Day Classes: Lunch is not be provided during full-day classes. There is a Marketplace in the building, and several eateries nearby. We ask that all beverages have secure lids. Cancellations and Refunds All cancellation requests must be received at least 48 hours in advance of a class start date. Credit card refunds will appear on your monthly statement as soon as possible after the official reporting date. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made less than 48 hours in advance of the class start date.