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October Online Chapter Event - Maximizing the Learning in your D&I Sessions

  • Tuesday, October 13, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Online via Zoom

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Maximizing the Learning in your Diversity & Inclusion Sessions

Focusing on the personal dimension, Lively Paradox is a program that takes the most difficult part of diversity conversations to a personal level. This work occurs in private settings where it should be. Helping people acknowledge the real truths is not successfully accomplished in group settings. For this reason, we focus on using post work and virtual options to handle the most tender parts of the conversation and allow private time for reflection which is one of the best ways for adults to make sense of the role they play in creating an inclusive workplace culture and climate.  

Learning Objectives

  • Change mindsets about how to teach about diversity & inclusion in practical ways 
  • Identify ways to reduce shame, blame and judgement in diversity sessions
  • Explore the unique shift that is important to make in order to tackle issues of race and equity 

Dr. Nicole D. Price gets it.

She understands that if leadership is anything, it is personal, and that everyone can be a great leader — everyone can lead his or her own, whole life. So she gets personal. Dr. Price’s transparency allows others to learn from her mistakes and helps them avoid the same pitfalls. She gets real. She will tell you, yes, having differences within a team can be harder, but that hard work can really pay off — both professionally and personally.  And she gets wise. She’ll tell you, in a heartbeat, how she’s gotten a few things wrong over the years, but a little grace and some solid coaching saved her. 

Can you make mistakes and still be an awesome leader? Is it possible to lead effectively with so many personalities on one team? Can you genuinely lead people and still have a decent life and energy left to live it? If you ask Dr. Price, the answer is absolutely yes.

Through leadership development, coaching, consulting, keynotes, and other resources, Dr. Price encourages and enables others to live their lives in excellence. Her energetic and engaging sessions leave participants with strategies and specific tools that they can apply right away. Her lively presentation style garners rave reviews and, very often, an invitation to return.

Dr. Price received her B.S. in chemical engineering from North Carolina A&T University, her master’s degree in adult education from Park University, and her doctorate in leadership and management from Capella University. For more information about Dr. Price and Lively Paradox programs, please visit www.livelyparadox.com.

ATD Competencies: Cultural Awareness and Inclusion 


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