The Health Improvement Organization invites community members to attend this training for community members. Through self-assessment and facilitated activities, participants gain increased understanding of their personal background and perspective on the implications of how their experience affects how they think and react to others from different backgrounds.
Organizations discover the value of practicing a more open and inclusive mindset into day-to-day operations
- Define cultural awareness, sensitivity, and competence
- Identify issues of equality vs. equity
- Recognize the influence of “isms” in our communication
- Recognize privilege and bias
- Identify ways to bridge barriers
- Where do you stand on the continuum of awareness?
- Addressing micro-aggression's
- Recognizing unconscious bias
- Using tools to enhance communication and understanding
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
""NEED A DESCRIPTION ex:Understanding Adverse Childhood Experience - Building Self-Healing Communities""
[12:00p - 1:00p Break for lunch on your own]
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
""NEED A DESCRIPTION ex: Resilience - The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope""
- Improve Productivity and Effectiveness
- Improve Communication and Public Relations Within Staff and the Clientele You Serve
- Improve Cohesion in the Workplace
- Improve Job Satisfaction, Staff and Customer Buy-In, and Loyalty
Having a better understanding of ourselves, our colleagues, and our clientele will lead to more cohesion and greater effectiveness in our interactions. With improved communication and understanding, staff will be better equipped to adjust expectations and connect in a more productive manner with others.
- Due to the group-work required at these sessions each workshop requires a minimum of 12 participants.
- Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early as these sessions will start on-time.
- Any balance due must be paid prior to the start of the session in order to attend.
If you need assistance with a cancellation or a change in your registration, or if you are interested in bringing this important work to your organization, please email Tracey@NonprofNetwork.org or call our office at 517-796-4750.
Thank you to the generous sponsors who have made this workshop available:
~ Cross-Cultural Conversations Cancellation and Refund Policy ~
CCC is committed to delivering high quality, professional development opportunities. This refund and cancellation policy accommodates the minimum time required to prepare for workshops and training's -including the cost of materials, content development, food and refreshments if applicable, and room accommodations.
As a nonprofit, we keep the fees for programs as low as possible. Absorbing the cost of late cancellations would ultimately increase the price of Cross-Cultural Conversations programs.
A registrant who provides notice more than 48 hours before the start of the session will automatically receive a check refund or credit to be used exclusively for a CCC workshop. No cash refunds will be given.
No credits will be issued with less than a 48 hour notice.
Right to Cancel
CCC reserves the right to cancel any workshop. If a cancellation occurs, registrants will receive a full refund or a credit towards another CCC workshop.
Facilitated By— (example)
Katena Cain, PhD., Nonprofit Management Consultant
Katena is a professional consultant skilled at helping diverse groups and communities think creatively and collaboratively together. She empowers people to translate conflict and differences into creative breakthrough. She is a management consultant with Nonprofit Network where she is skilled in cognitive coaching, is a certified Bridges Out of Poverty trainer and is a co-creator of a statewide Diversity, Inclusion and Equity toolkit. Additionally, Katena specializes in leadership and team development, board governance, strategic planning and communication. Her passion is creating environments where individuals, teams and organizations can transform and shift old ways of doing things.
At Nonprofit Network, Katena’s ongoing clients represent a broad range of groups, including police departments, local municipalities, schools, religious institutions, social services and human services. Her training, coaching and consulting services have been experienced with rave reviews by leaders in Michigan’s nonprofit sector.
Regina Pinney, Executive Director
Regina has been the Executive Director of the Nonprofit Network since June 2009. With twenty-five years working in the nonprofit sector, she has a full range of experience in fundraising, marketing, governance, management and grant writing. She has led Nonprofit Network from being a county-specific nonprofit management support organization to an international resource specializing in capacity building, professional development and governance and organizational management.
Previously, she was owner and principal consultant for Funkhouser Consulting, which specialized in providing support, guidance and consulting services to nonprofit organizations. Prior to owning her own company, Regina was the Development Director for the Kitsap Humane Society in Silverdale, Washington, the Community Development Director for the Child and Parent Resources in Tacoma, Washington and the Special Events Coordinator for the Multiple Sclerosis Society in Toledo, Ohio. Regina is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green Ohio.
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