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Sat, May 25


Interactive Virtual Zoom Event

Restorative Conversations: Navigating Bias and Rebuilding Connections

Join us for a transformative workshop designed to equip professionals with the skills to engage in restorative conversations in the workplace. Learn how to navigate unconscious biases, develop active listening techniques, and resolve conflicts constructively.

Time & Location

May 25, 2024, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Interactive Virtual Zoom Event

About the event

This transformative three-hour session is designed to enhance interpersonal skills and workplace cohesion through mastering restorative conversations.

Key Workshop Benefits:

  • Addressing Unconscious Bias: Understand and navigate biases to promote inclusivity.
  • Skills Development: Learn active listening, empathetic engagement, and effective conflict resolution.
  • Reduced Workplace Issues: Minimize misunderstandings and enhance team efficiency.

Who should attend:

  • Human Resources Professionals: Gain essential tools to address conflicts and foster a supportive workplace environment.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Officers: Deepen your capacity to navigate bias and lead inclusivity efforts effectively.
  • Caseworkers and Social Workers: Enhance your communication skills in managing sensitive and impactful conversations with clients.
  • Program Directors and Coordinators: Learn strategies for fostering open dialogue and collaboration within your teams.
  • Team Leaders and Managers: Equip yourself with techniques to mediate and facilitate challenging discussions.

We are confident that the skills taught in this workshop will improve both communication and camaraderie among your staff, leading to reduced turnover and a more harmonious work environment.  Please consider registering your team for this valuable opportunity to foster personal and professional growth.


  • Restorative Conversations

    Sale ends: May 23, 11:59 PM

    Admission to interactive virtual workshop

    +$6.23 service fee



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