*Registration for this cohort (set of sessions) is closed. Please join the Waitlist for notification of future cohorts.
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
Tips for Surviving Major Social, Market, and Economic Disruptions,
with Judith Hale, Ph.D.
We live in a time of enormous change in our professional and personal lives. A highly regarded expert in performance improvement who has thrived during periods of disruption, Judy will offer her practical take on:
This session is for internal and external consultants who work in the fields of performance improvement, learning & development, process improvement, organizational development, change management, or related disciplines.
About the Speaker
Judith Hale, PhD, CPT, CDT, and ibstpi Fellow is one of the more prolific writers and well-known consultants in the field of performance improvement. She is the author of the popular Performance Consultant’s Fieldbook, 2nd ed. and the award-winning Performance-Based Certification, 2nd ed. She has been a consultant to the public and private sectors across all industries for more than 40 years. Judy has developed credentials for dozens of professional and trade disciplines in addition to suppliers, after-market partners, and customers that are recognized in over 90 countries. What distinguishes her work is developing universal standards that transcend borders, applying Plain Language and Global English Standards, and having a clear line of sight between the goals of the organization and the promise and features of the credential. Judith offers workshops on consulting, credentialing, psychometrics, and performance improvement. Visit www.HaleCenter.org or contact her at Judy@HaleCenter.org.
#improvement, #learning, #performance, #instructionalDesign #ISPI #ISPISoCal
ISPI SoCal Presents
Virtual GEMS RoundTable: an ISPI SoCal Community of Practice: Igniting the Soul - Learning about and from self-taught people
Igniting the Soul - Learning about and from self-taught people
Kathleen O'Donnell will be our RoundTable facilitator.
To benefit most, download and copy the article (in the red link) for your use during the session.
The RoundTable is an exciting approach that stimulates incredible conversation and insight around the topics and trends impacting our discipline.
We will read the selected piece aloud together for about 15 minutes. Then for the next 45 minutes, we offer everyone in attendance equal time to share their thoughts and experiences on or around the topic. Come explore with us!
The GEMS RoundTable format is provided by Sue Gabriele, President and Owner, Gabriele Educational Materials and Systems.
Website: www.gemslearning.net Email: email@example.com
Wireside Chat on Unconscious Bias
On the heels of our April 8th Fireside Chat with author Stacey A. Gordon, 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.
You are invited to reflect on the content from Stacey A. Gordon's presentation on inclusive leadership. Inclusive leadership techniques help leaders manage performance, influence behaviors, and lead others, so team members know they are valued, respected, and belong.
The Wireside Chat is an opportunity to share webinar learnings for improving organization-wide performance by understanding inclusive leadership and unconscious bias.
Missed the live session with the author? Watch the recording at ISPI SoCal's YouTube channel. Look for the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion playlist.
Stacey A. Gordon's recently released book Unbias: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work is available on Amazon.
ISPI SoCal Presents
Learning on Video: Barriers and Boosters
with Tom Henschel
More than ever, we rely on video for learning and performance support. Video can be engaging and effective, or it can be miserable and counterproductive. This highly interactive session will immerse you in a video learning experience. Come learn about:
Tom has been coaching senior leaders in Fortune 500 companies since before it was called “coaching.” He hosts The Look & Sound of Leadership podcast, ranked in the top 1% of all 2M global podcasts. Online he’s been leading virtual learning for years. Helping people be perceived the way they want to be perceived is his passion.
If you attended our February RoundTable, you might recall we discussed one of Tom's articles: Connecting Over Video. You can reach Tom at Essential Communications and email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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