Virtual - various session times
As humans, we’re wired to label each other, and to construct reasons to elevate our group over other groups. But we’re now increasingly seeing the limitations of this wiring. When we commit microaggressions against individuals and groups, our unconscious biases get us in all kinds of trouble and make those individuals and groups feel belittled
What you’ll discover
It’s time to make a real effort, for our organizations and society, to become more self-aware and inclusive. Undoubtedly, this challenges our identity, simple stories, and need for control.
In this workshop, we’ll explore how we can meet this demand and learn to engage with others from different cultures and social identity. Sometimes when we try, we get it wrong and this unsettles us, so we’ll also address bringing our most expansive selves to inclusive leadership – and the costs to our development and the wider world if we can’t.
Who should come?
Leaders who want to explore their own biases, who want to engage better across cultural and social identity differences, and who want to make changes to create a more inclusive organizational culture.