Wednesday, April 1st from 12 - 1 p.m.
Presented by Kylar Broadus, New Chapter Coaching
Research shows that if people feel like they belong at work they perform better at work. When we belong, we become willing to challenge ourselves and build our resilience. Belonging at work is not about making everyone fit into a mold; it is about making a place for everyone and their differences. Talking about differences must be normalized in the workplace to help people learn about each other, produce less fear and stereotyping, and nurture a culture of community and collaboration. Attend this webinar to learn how to foster a culture of belonging in your organization. Participants will learn how to build community and collaboration, acquire techniques for challenging themselves, and develop skills to build individual and organizational resilience.
About the Facilitator:
Kylar Broadus, Esq. provides diversity, equity, and inclusion consulting, training, and legal assistance for nonprofit and public sector clients. For over 30 years, Broadus has enjoyed a prolific career as an attorney, activist, trainer, professor, and public speaker. He’s worked with organizations from every sector, including nonprofits of all sizes, helping them move through barriers to create lasting positive change. His seminal Mid-Missouri work included being a former Human Rights Commissioner for the City of Columbia and an Associate Professor at Lincoln University, where he taught Discrimination in Employment. Broadus has provided trainings across the country and currently facilitates trainings for organizations on such issues as implicit bias; inclusive employment policies and practices; and belonging in the workplace.
These webinars will provide non-profits with information, practices, and inspiration they need to create healthy organizations that achieve and sustain maximum impact into the future. This six-part webinar series will focus on the needs of non-profit Employees, Teams, and Boards in non-profits. ALL those who want to contribute to the health of their non-profit organization are encouraged to participate!
Sessions will build on each other and it is recommended that participants sign up for all six, but attendance at all six is not required. Participants may sign up for as few or as many sessions as they would like.
All webinars start at 12 p.m. CST and end by 1 p.m. They will include 45 minutes for the webinar presentation and 10 - 15 minutes for Q&A post-presentation.
A link and information about joining will be sent to participants prior to all webinars.