When: Tuesday and Thursday, April 27 and 29, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
About: In leadership, we are all seeking to create meaningful and sustainable change. This Inclusive Leadership Development Workshop will help you begin to understand your cultural self and deepen your understanding of differences and commonalities.
Before we go out and change our communities, we must understand the role our identity—our lived experience and biases—play out in our interactions with others, and how it affects our decision making. To better and more deeply understand others, we must first understand ourselves—allowing our empathy to grow as we learn to pause our judgment and seek cultural understanding.
This work uses the intercultural development inventory developmental model. During our time together, we will have the opportunity to explore:
- Cultural dimensions
- Nonconscious bias
- Micro behaviors
- A four-step process to empathy
This session will be interactive and will give you the opportunity to connect, brainstorm, and create along with other community leaders seeking to create stronger communities.
Registration (required by April 26): Click here to register.
Questions: Contact Jordan Feyerherm at email@example.com or 402.580.1516
Hosted by: Center for Rural Affairs and ichoosepurple