About This Seminar
Practicing cultural humility is essential to fostering a safe, diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace. In this seminar, we will practice self-reflection and examine our own beliefs, identities, experiences, and biases to understand how we show up in the workplace and in our professional relationships. We will then dive deeper into exploring the roles that trust building, forging partnerships, and addressing power imbalances play in promoting cultural humility, equity, and well-being in the workplace.
- To deepen our understanding of how practicing, or not practicing, cultural humility impacts organizational wellbeing
- To acknowledge our own biases and their impact on how we show up in spaces and in our relationships
- To leave with strategies on how to cultivate a safer and more inclusive workplace through intentional trust and relationship building
- To identify areas where power can be shifted to promote equity and honor diversity
Who Should Attend:
This seminar is designed for those nonprofit leaders and anyone interested in cultivating a thriving and more equitable workplace.
- Early Bird : $75 (ends on 2/16)
- General Admission: $99
If you are a CNM Member or Scholarship Recipient, please send an email to [email protected] to receive your discount code.
Optimized for the virtual environment, this seminar will consist of presentations, group discussions, breakout group sessions, polls, and short breaks. This is an opportunity to do a deep dive on a topic and leave with tools that you can put into practice immediately.
Alda Merino-Caan, JD, Lead Strategist – Center for Nonprofit Management
Alda has over a decade’s worth of experience in the nonprofit realm delivering training and professional development, advising nonprofit leadership, and designing successful and sustainable programs. As an attorney and human rights advocate with a background in grassroots community organizing and international collaboration, Alda brings a diverse perspective to her work with CNM. In her Strategist role, Alda engages in research and evaluation, capacity strengthening, and consulting around organizational assessment and development, strategic planning, process and impact evaluation, and serving community-identified priorities. She facilitates training, and coaches, and provides technical assistance around board development and governance, cultural humility, fund and resource development, strategic planning, supervision, and wellness. Her clientele consists of nonprofit and community leaders, board members, funders, government agencies, healthcare, and mental health providers, and other entities investing in and/or partnering with the nonprofit sector.