Advanced Microaggressions for Supervisors: Guiding Staff Through Cultural Conflict
In this workshop supervisors and managers will develop their skills for engaging across culture when tension exists. Together we will explore Intent vs. Impact, how implicit bias can affect their decision making in determining outcomes and unpack dynamics between employees when conflict exists. Participants will learn how best to approach tense situations through role playing, video, and small and large group discussion. Participants will: 1.Learn strategies for engaging when they commit, witness or experience a microaggression; 2.Explore strategies for addressing conflict that occurs between their staff; 3.Improve their ability to have courageous conversations.
Supervisors and Area Administrators
This course is not eligible for Social Work CEUs at this time.
- 6.00 ParticipationParticipants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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|Advanced Microaggressions for Supervisors: Guiding Staff Through Cultural Conflict||05/15/2023||9am-4pm||Region 1 Training Hub|
|(CANCELED) Advanced Microaggressions for Supervisors: Guiding Staff Through Cultural Conflict||02/06/2023||9am-4pm||Region 6 Training Hub-Tumwater|
|Advanced Microaggressions for Supervisors: Guiding Staff Through Cultural Conflict||12/5/2022||9am-4pm||Region 4 Training Hub (Delridge)|