Homelessness 201 Homelessness 201 is the monthly 2-hour workshop series of the Metro-wide Engagement on Shelter and Housing. MESH coordinates trainings and workshops to educate and build the capacity of people and programs to end homelessness. Each Homelessness 201 training provides 2 continuing education credits.
We don’t want cost to be a barrier for anyone to access quality training. Please contact Michele at email@example.com for scholarship and membership questions. MESH membership allows discounted pricing for all MESH trainings.
April 20, 2017
This highly interactive workshop is designed to help individuals enhance their cultural awareness and understand the affect of unconscious bias on workplace performance. Participants draw upon research-based findings to improve their self-awareness and to develop the first steps for relating and working with cultural intelligence.
Objective: To help participants identify their biases and to provide them with practical strategies for using that understanding to improve performance when working across cultures.
This course is appropriate for all populations/program staff including supervisors.
Presented by: Cecilia Stanton Adams and Malissa Stanton Adams
Cecilia is a visionary leader with over 15 years experience as a diversity expert. She is most noted for her ability to foster paradigm shifts, change behavior, and empower individuals, teams, and communities.
Malissa brings over 15 years of research, knowledge and passion for racial equity, social justice, and community relations.
Together they form Stanton Adams Consulting. Please visit their website for more information: www.stantonadams.com
Date/Time: Thursday, April 20, 1-3pm
Location: Children’s Home Society: 1605 Eustis Street, St Paul 55108
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More trainings coming!
Trauma: The Neurobiology Behind It and the Best Practices for It’s Treatment – May 23
Long Term Homelessness Definition – June 15
Personality Disorders – July 11