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Everyone in your organization including those in executive, leadership, and manager positions.
Virtual: Up to 50 participants.
In-Person: Up to 30 participants.
Virtual: 90-Minutes with optional private one-on-one practice sessions within 24 hours of the main session.
In-Person: Half-Day (Up to 3 hours)
Virtual: Starts at $7,500
These days, having hard conversations about sensitive subjects like race, politics, and privilege often causes greater conflict and leaves people feeling more hurt, upset, and divided. Especially when saying “I understand” or “I get it” can be considered a micro-agression.
It's easy to see why so many caring people like you, who want to make a positive
change, feel powerless to do anything — especially if you’re walking on eggshells out of fear of doing it wrong and making things worse.
In this DEIB Training, you will gain culturally competent communication tools that will help you sustain a Culture of Equity amongst your team despite what is happening outside of your organization. With Restorative Communication you can co-create a working community where all members feel heard and empowered to contribute to solutions for the ever-growing needs of your organization, while still supporting healthy competition and disagreements.
We’re not asking you to solve all of the world’s problems, but you can leverage your influence to make your workplace safer and less traumatizing starting now.
Equip yourself with better communication tools to navigate the effects of local and global prejudice at work, and get new perspectives to help team members proactively build trust and empathy, so you can more effectively relate to people with diverse backgrounds and lived experiences.
Learn the 5 Key Elements of Restorative Communication to foster a culture of healing within your organization where people feel less triggered and re-traumatized, which means current “fires” in your organization can be extinguished faster and future fires can be prevented from happening in the first place.
Expand your capacity for being direct and kind while communicating boundaries and feedback, so you too can be heard and honored as a DEIB Ally without harming those you intend to serve.
"I was struggling with how to be engaged in the conversation around implicit bias, prejudice, and privilege in a way that would support positive movement forward for people in our organization.
The Kemy guide you through it openly, respectfully, and with gentleness so the conversation becomes accessible and relevant for your organization."
- Julie Christenson, White Bird Clinic