Amidst increased activism and greater pressure from funders and state legislation, there has been a growing push for corporate and nonprofit leaders to increase board diversity, build more inclusive cultures and drive equitable outcomes. Yet in the current climate, you may not know where to begin in creating brave spaces that enable more effective cross-cultural communications. This workshop will equip you with strategies to shift from awkward silence to dynamic dialogues and create a catalyst for sustainable change. Participants will leave the session with increased knowledge and skills to:
Learn the concept of implicit bias and ways to mitigate its impact on your organization to optimize leadership development
Determine actionable next steps for creating more inclusive cultures that promote individual and organizational flourishing
Understand how to navigate difficult conversations and apply effective communication strategies for engaging diverse communities
Establish the board’s role as an agent of change to strengthen nonprofit leadership, maximize impact and increase giving
In order to encourage a brave space for participants, this session will NOT recorded. Please only register if you are planning to attend the session. If you cannot attend the session, a summary of key points will be distributed via our email list and social media.
Please note, the planning committee is interested in demographic information of the attendees. We encourage participants to self-identify aspects of their identify, however it is not required.
If you have any questions about the program, please email Jonathan at email@example.com.
Anniedi Essien, CEO and Founder, Idem Spark
Christina Farinacci-Roberts, Founder and Chief Consultant, Head Heart Hands Consulting