This course provides coaching skills and tools to those seeking ways to talk about “messy stuff” such as racism and oppression.
Whether you are in a private or public organization, whether you are government or non-profit, this course provides historical information, foundational tools, and a safe space to talk confidently about:
- The creation of race and the system of oppression
- (Un)conscious bias and the connection to micro-aggressions, prejudice, discrimination
- The good-bad binary
- Impact on equity groups (women, Indigenous people, ethnically visible people, Black Canadians, Asians)
- How to be an anti-racist and anti-oppressive workplace
This course prepares you to effectively address employees’ needs for working and thriving in safe and psychologically healthy DEI-ready workplaces. It also prepares you to support employees’ needs to manage and meet their goals of working in a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace because their workplace is experienced as anti-oppressive and anti-racist.
The sensitive nature of (un)conscious bias requires participants to feel comfortable, safe and confident talking about the visible and invisible ways bias appears in organizations and society. A safe and supportive space is created and maintained so that participants gain relevant tools and information to begin the journey of learning about their own biases and those of their colleagues. Participants will get to practice without judgment, using powerful coaching communication tools and processes available throughout this course.
This Anti-racism course is a resource for anyone interested in creating DEI-ready organizations that are psychologically safe, healthy, and conducive for each person to work to their full potential.
Course Learning Objectives:
- Cultivate trust and safety, with a safe and supportive environment that fosters inclusive, diverse perspectives
- Build the foundation for talking about messy and uncomfortable topics, using a coaching process
- Build awareness and anti-racism practice into the organizational structure
Phyllis Reid-Jarvis is the founder and principal at Ultimate Potentials Corporation, a business consultancy with over 25 years of combined experience in health, leadership, and social justice. Her team helps leaders create workplaces that are focused on harnessing their people’s full human potential.rnrnA Professional Certified Executive Coach with the International Coaching Federation (ICF), Phyllis holds a Master of Public Health from the University of Manitoba’s Community Health Sciences Program and a Graduate Certificate in Health and Aging. She is a certified MBTI Practitioner, and a certified Psychological Health and Safety Workplace Advisor.rnrnPhyllis’ career allowed her to work internationally, nationally, and locally in the area of organizational development as an executive and leadership coach, trainer, and consultant. She is the author of books and manuals on health, has written training programs on leadership, and coaching skills for leaders, as well as programs for organizations such as: Pathways to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and P.A.U.S.E. a program about transformational leadership practices and ‘hacks’ used by leaders who lead.
- QNET Members: $579.00 + GST | QNET member list
- Event Partners (see list below): $579.00 + GST
- Non-Members: $669.00 + GST | Join QNET
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Cancellations (by the attendee) must be received in writing no later than 8 days prior to the course start.
An optional course (worth 10.5 credit hours) in the 10 day (70 credit hour) QNET Certificate in Management Development (CMD)
Funding provided by The Manitoba Government
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