Whether you manage difficult conversations between peers or find yourself a participant in one, challenging the norms around power in your professional partnerships is easier said than done. It’s with this in mind that we’ve cultivated a space for you to connect with your peers and practice ways to navigate difficult conversations around power dynamics, microaggressions, or implicit bias.
In this workshop, we will take the tools shared during Navigating Difficult Dialogues Across Difference – A Workshop and practice them through role-playing scenarios.
What will you learn?
Tools and skills for interrupting microaggressions
Tools and skills for managing group dynamics and conflict related to issues of identity, inequity, and difference in the workplace
Role-play exercises to help interrupt conversations in which conflict arises
What tools will we be practicing?
5-Step Model for Facilitating Difficult Dialogues (Recording timestamp: 50:16 - 56:37)
5-Step Model for Navigating Difficult Dialogues (Recording timestamp: 56:37 - 58:19)
Engaging Skills Tool
* In order to make the most of this session, participants should come prepared with 1-2 real-life scenario(s) in mind. We also encourage participants to review the aforementioned video clips to become more familiar with the tools we will be practicing.
Who should attend?
All funders regardless of their role. What to expect: breakouts followed by full group discussion.
- Jelena Kostadinovic, Learning Services Associate, Philanthropy New York
- Yi-Ching Lin, Vice President of Learning, Philanthropy New York
- Carolyn Peters, Learning Services Associate, Philanthropy New York
How do I sign up?
Members: Please log in and click the Register Now link above (no fee).
Registration is required by February 9th.
Registrants will receive the webinar link a day prior to each session.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for further information on this program or on eligibility.