ALI Workshop 3
Brain-Friendly Workplace: Build Self Awareness, Stronger Teams, and Organization-Wide Communication
Disengagement in American workers tops 70%! We’re burned out, unhealthy, and unproductive. What’s going on at work?
Many organizations inadvertently reinforce distrust, threat, high turnover, low tolerance for change, and weak performance.
Discover the research-based explanations for this state of affairs, and hear turnaround suggestions that you can use tomorrow!
Hear how a few simple secrets borrowed from neuroscience can be absolute game-changers when applied to the workplace.
Learn the “PICTuRe” model to discover how basic human needs impact behavior.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Cultural Self-Awareness
If cultural competence is about bridging across differences that make a
difference, then the work must start with a focus on self. Our
identities and cultures inform our beliefs, values, assumptions and
biases and thus influence the ways we think about behave when working
and relating across difference. This workshop helps change agents
explore their own cultural patterns and behaviors and links identity
awareness to our capacity to make new and different choices to achieve
equity or inclusion goals.
Date and Location
November 17, 2021
Oakdale Discovery Center
4444 Hadley Avenue N
Oakdale, MN 55128
Member Investment: $160.00
Non-Member Investment: $225
Lunch is included
Late registrations will be charged a $25 late fee.
*If you would like to attend all four ARRM Leadership Institute Events please register HERE. If you only register for one, and later decide to attend all, please contact staff for assistance.
Dr. Erika Garms