Conscious Conversations™ Online - June 5, 2020
Time & Location
About The Event
What do you do when someone says or does something that looks or sounds discriminatory; however, you are not sure if their intention was to cause harm or offend you? This is the core problem that the Conscious Conversations training addresses. Unconscious discrimination is difficult to identify and even more difficult to interrupt because the person who discriminates is not aware that they are doing so, which can lead to a confusing, or even worse, confrontational encounter. This training teaches people how to assess actions and behaviors and engage in conversations that help to determine if the action of behavior is conscious or unconscious discrimination and then how to interrupt it by calling someone “in” versus calling them “out”. Participants will learn and practice this skill using real situations they have experiences in their workplace and assess the impact that using Conscious Conversations can have during future situations.
Discomfort around how to talk to colleagues about their biases and discriminatory behaviors.
Uncertainty of what is acceptable when approaching a colleague about a microaggression they gave out
Paralysis caused by the fear of confrontation when approaching a colleague that leads to more conflict
Helpful Conversation Starters
- Reduce the fear of initiating a conversation with your colleagues about their microaggressions by learning different conversation starters that increase curiosity and decrease defensiveness
Conscious Conversation™ Tool
- Learn the steps of the Conscious
Meet Your Trainer:
- Tiffany Hoang
- lea robinson
- Early Bird$1$10$0
- General Admission$1$10$0