The increasingly volatile climate around race, communities, and America's future makes taking no position highly conspicuous and taking the wrong position extremely costly. Yet defining people by their challenges is the definition of stigmatizing them. So, how are executive leaders and managers in social innovation, philanthropy, and other organizations overcoming the immobilizing fear of getting it wrong? By learning and applying “Asset Framing,” an award-winning cognitive framework that engenders understanding, confidence, and inspired constructive action. In this workshop, learn how to make a more convincing case for equity, cultivate more dignifying relationships with staff and communities of color, and surface opportunities where others may only see problems.
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