Part of our Self-As-Instrument Series:
building emotional intelligence (EI) and cultural intelligence (CQ)
ISPI SoCal – Connecting Performance Improvement to Diversity
The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee
ISPI SoCal’s DEI Book Club is the latest addition to our Self-As-Instrument Series.
In this 10-week program, you will have the opportunity to bond with professionals in your field as you engage in a 1-hr weekly discussion of the book The Sum of Us by Heather McGhee. Seats are limited to eight to maintain an intimate atmosphere where deep conversations develop.
This program is open to full-time Diversity & Inclusion Consultants and those driving DEI as Human Resource Executives.
While this program has limited registration, a waiting list is enabled.
Self-as-instrument is the recognition that a consultant’s presence affects their client. Low CQ (cultural quotient) can negatively affect client engagements.
ISPI SoCal’s DEI Book Club is the latest addition to our Self-As-Instrument Series. This program joins our other cohort-based learning programs, including Diversity Chats, a multi-week deep dive into a single dimension of diversity (race, lgbt+, disability, etc.). These programs are affinity-group learning (e.g., Organization Development, Lawyers, Diversity & Inclusion Consultants).
This program is designed for those working in Diversity & Inclusion, Organization Development, and executive-level Human Resources.
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