Tue, Feb 16|
Listening Circles for All Leaders, Topic: The Impacts of Racism in the Workplace
Having constructive conversations about challenging topics like racism and bias can be ...challenging. A listening circle is an opportunity to listen/learn, be heard, and generate ideas outside the social media construct.
Time & Location
Feb 16, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST
About the Event
The goal of this listening circle is to provide shared emotional connection related to the current dialogue on racism spurred by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May 2020. The listening circle will provide a space for people to connect, share their experiences and look to the future.
Participants will join a Zoom video conference and be broken into small groups with a facilitator. You will be asked questions to explore issues on a deeper level with people you don’t know, who may have very different opinions and experiences. During the listening circle, you will have the responsibility to listen to others and be listened to.
The cost to participate covers technology and honors the time and expertise of our facilitators, and also because space is limited. Secure your seat today!
About Our Facilitators:
Dinorah Quinones-Foster--Dinorah Foster is a dedicated Restorative Practitioner who began her career in Restorative Practices over seven years ago with the IIRP Graduate school.
Currently, she is a professional development specialist with the IIRP providing trainings and sharing her knowledge with K-12 schools and organizations across the country. Originally from Jersey City, NJ, Dinorah has been a Lehigh Valley, PA resident for over 30 years. You can take the girl out of the city but not the city out of the girl.
One of the many great non-profit organizations she enjoys volunteering with and supporting is Truth for Women, a sanctuary for survivors of sex trafficking. Dinorah is a huge proponent of girl- and woman-power being a proud, Latinx girl-Mom herself.
Early Registration$16.95Sold Out