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Average rating 4.8

Based on 51 reviews

Anon
(5)
Great suggestions for rethinking the situation.
Anon
(5)
Presentation was spot on. Great presentation.
Anon
(5)
Terrific.Thanks. Great material, well-presented. I'll investigate Harmony Strategies!
Anon
(5)
I've had a long time interest in improved communication, a la Getting to Yes, Non-violent Communication, EI.
Anon
(5)
Right now, I'm learning about giving and receiving useful critique. At one point, I was so excited about the future of mediation and conflict resolution techniques replacing the predominance of the litigation model in the US, that I thought I'd get a certificate. Appreciated question/answer responses!
Anon
(5)
Very informative! Thank you so much.
Anon
(5)
Thank you for speaking clearly and slowly it made it easy to take notes and understand more of the program!
Anon
(5)
Great presentation and tips. Thank you!
Anon
(5)
Extremely helpful, excellent information
Anon
(5)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was: How to approach diversity in a way that honors the differences between people. I will you be able to implement these skills from my training: Asking more question. My favorite part of the day was: The doll quiz was fascinating and devastating.
Anon
(5)
Most importantly, an opportunity to reflect... a good reminder of the role we play. Being more sensitive to the challenges.
Anon
(4)
[I learned to] Be mindful of perspectives
Anon
(4)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was how to give better praise and thinking about my biases and how I can get to know better. I liked the small group discussions towards the end of the afternoon.
Anon
(4)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was: Circle process and realizing that other people are triggered by things I'm not. My favorite part of the day was: The circle at the end!
Anon
(5)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was really highlighting my own personal biases despite the fact that I myself am a minority. I will you be able to implement these skills from my training: Definitely tone matching and listening more.
Anon
(4)
I will you be able to implement these skills from my training: Being more cognizant of learning about backgrounds. My favorite part of the day was that we heard a lot of very good perspectives on bias
Anon
(5)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was: Strategies for guiding to knowledge, rather than telling. Mindfully communicating about mistakes I make, and modelling good responses to doing the wrong thing. The pre-lunch diversity workshop was extremely well-targeted
Anon
(5)
Really useful techniques to connect to upset. My favorite part of the day was: Splitting into smaller groups to talk about scenarios
Anon
(5)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was pausing and thinking more before saying or choosing not to say things. My favorite part of the day was: Being challenged during the doll video. Not happy, but definitely impactful.
Anon
(5)
Taking more time to think about what to say and also think about how I will deliver it.
Anon
(4)
I learned to be less reactive and more open to differing points of view by looking for common ground.
Anon
(5)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was: New ways of relating and communicating. I appreciated how thoughtful the two women who led the workshop were in the words they used and responses they had for participants. I will you be able to implement these skills from my training: Matching the tone. My favorite part of the day was: Heari...
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Anon
(4)
The most useful thing I learned in this workshop was: Different ways to engage with different backgrounds. My favorite part of the day was: When people brought up scenarios and the big group brainstormed ideas how to handle them
Anon
(5)
I like the breathing exercises. Those could be a good way to help situate common ground.
Anon
(4)
All good stuff here. Much of the session was the facilitators asking questions and then listening to thoughts. It was interesting to hear perspectives and experiences. It was a challenge for me.
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