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Tompkins Chamber Diversity, Equity and Inclusion training series: Session 2

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Name: Tompkins Chamber Diversity, Equity and Inclusion training series: Session 2
Date: March 17, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Many Chamber businesses and organizations are asking what they can do to respond to systemic racism, workplace inequities, and exclusionary cultures in the current moment. Several Chamber
members have put out public statements regarding racism and issues of equity and inclusion but may not have all of the tools they need to challenge institutionalized forms of discrimination and inequality to build a better world.

To aid Chamber Members' desire to build greater diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in their respective workplaces, a group of experienced facilitators and consultants will be conducting a 6 part webinar series. 

Session 2: Trauma-Informed, Mindful Leadership During Pandemics: The Challenge for C-Suite and HR in Visionary Organizations

Research supports that using a trauma-informed lens to support new and existing pathways to inclusion, mindful equity, and cultural competency is imperative, as we contemplate "pandemic upon pandemic" for our workforce and by extension, those neighbors, families, and communities impacted in the lives of our employees, teams, contractors, and vendors. Through an agreed-upon set of principles, values, and respectful dialogue around where our experiences both converge and diverge, this interactive workshop allows participants to develop a mindful trauma-informed framework for building inclusive, bias-free teams while recognizing the value of developing a growth (rather than fixed) mindset for equity that reduces stress, increases engagement, and sparks both creativity and innovation.

Presented by: Michelle Courtney Berry, Courtney Consulting Enterprises, LLC https://www.michellecourtneyberry.com
Location:
Register in advance for this webinar at the Chamber's website, and Zoom info will be provided to all participants by 3 p.m. the day before the training session.
Contact Information:
Please contact David Walton with any registration questions
Fees/Admission:

Registration is required. 
Free for Chamber Members (max 3 free attendees per organization)
$25 for Non Chamber Members or $125 for All In registration for all 6 sessions. 

If you are able to, please consider making a donation to the Tompkins Chamber Foundation to support our work and our members during this difficult time. Recognizing the importance of the Chamber?s events, programming, and information sharing to our 700+ members, we have created a fund to support those members struggling most from the impacts of the Coronavirus. Donate to the Chamber Member Support fundraising campaign through the Tompkins Chamber Foundation.

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