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Organization Development practitioners often speak about honing self-as-instrument as a key factor in recognizing the effects of a consultants implicit bias on their client.
In this 14-week Diversity & Inclusion offering, you will have the opportunity to hone your self-as-instrument using an audio documentary and quarterly Diversity Chats with professional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion practitioners. This program is open to full-time Organization Development practitioners and Human Resource Executives. It is a deep dive into facilitating racial dialog. Participants should plan to attend all sessions in the series as each meeting builds on the content of the last. Study is required between meetings. Seats are limited to eight in order to maintain an atmosphere where participants may lean into brave conversation.
This program uses a learning group format. As a learning group, you will have the opportunity to explore the construction of race in America using a Peabody-nominated fourteen-part audio documentary series.
While this program has limited registration, a waiting list is enabled. Adding additional sessions is under consideration.
This program uses a learning group format. As a learning group you will have the opportunity to explore the construction of race in America using a Peabody-nominated fourteen-part audio documentary series.
While this program has limited registration, a waiting list is enabled Adding additional sessions is under consideration.
Diversity Chats is hosted by Jen Todd, CEO of Breakthrough Partners Inc. Website: www.breakthroughpartner.com
This program is offered on Thursday afternoons 1-2:30 PM EST (10 AM PST) March 25th- September 30th.
About the Facilitator:
Jen Todd, MSOD is a self-as-instrument coach, consultant, and the CEO of Breakthrough Partners Inc. Her Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) work centers on dialogic work with schools and with C-suite executives. Among her specialties are teaching metropolitan systems to engage interracial families and the modern family unit in culturally competent ways.
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ISPI SoCal Presents
Lean Performance Improvement: 11 Factors for Performance Management, with Max Cropper
Max Cropper, Ph.D.
In this session, Max describes and demonstrates Cropper’s Lean Performance Improvement Model - a way for you to incorporate the best thinking of leading human performance experts in a simplified manner.
You will take away:
About the Speaker
Max H. Cropper, CEO, Five Star Performance Solutions, an award-winning instructional design consultant, has studied, researched, implemented, and taught M. David Merrill’s First Principles of Instruction and other best-practice instructional design, evaluation, and performance improvement strategies for more than 40 years. He has Master’s and Doctorate degrees in Instructional Technology. Max recently spoke at the ISPI International conference.
A recognized expert, Max has worked with organizations including: Information Integration/Morgan Stanley, Abreon/USAA, EnDyna, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the National Institute of Health, the USDOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Western Governors University, Utah State University, Parker Hannifin, and the US Air Force with contractors SHIM/Arrowpoint, NexOne/Southwest Research Institute, and Karta Technologies. He has also worked for Galton/Technologies/Prometric, the University of Phoenix, National Education Training Group, Darryl Sink/Hewlett Packard, Novell, Nu Skin International, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Family History Department.
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ISPI SoCal Presents
Virtual GEMS RoundTable:
A Simple, Sure-fire Way to Create Great Content – The 5 W’s & the H
Our Session Format:
We will read aloud the RoundTable Guidelines and the session article, A Simple, Sure-fire Way to Create Great Content – The 5 W’s & the H , for about 10 minutes. Then for the next 50 minutes, we offer everyone in attendance equal time to share their thoughts and experiences on or around the topic. Come explore with us! Philip Quan will facilitate the session.
To benefit most, download and copy the article (in the red link) for your use during the session.
The GEMS RoundTable format is provided by Sue Gabriele, President and Owner, Gabriele Educational Materials and Systems.
Website: www.gemslearning.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are invited to reflect on our July 8th Fireside Chat with author and strategist Fred A. Miller about inclusive organizations.
Join the word on the wire with an ISPI SoCal Wireside Chat. This performance improvement dialogic forum offers you a safer container for braver conversations on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The Wireside Chat is an opportunity to share learnings for improving organization-wide performance by understanding how to create inclusion in your organization.
Missed the live session with the author? You did not have to attend the live session to participate in this discussion. We encourage you to watch the recording at ISPI SoCal's YouTube channel. Look for the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion playlist.
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