We Can't Talk About That At Work! (and how to do it anyway)
There are many rules, both implicit and explicit, when it comes to topics of discussion allowed in the workplace. These topics include, but are not limited to, Politics, Religion, and Race. To believe however that these topics won’t come up to believer that humanity is absent from our organizations. How then do we allow for dialogue rooted in respect and learning that brings teams closer together rather than tearing them apart?
This presentation will offer tools and tactics for respecting workplace policies while respecting the curiosity and discourse that makes us human.
• Tactics for asking authentic questions that lead to learning
• How to respond to unintentional intolerance triggered by dialogue
• Designing a platform for curiosity to be encouraged, explored, and shared
Our Chapter is thrilled to bring back Alonzo Kelly for a presentation. He is always very well received. This is a session you will definitely want to attend!
A dynamic Executive Coach, Professor, 3x Best Selling Author, and Radio Host, Alonzo Kelly has gained international and global attention as a premier consultant and strategist. Alonzo is recognized as one the nation’s leading experts on leadership development, strategic thinking, planning, and acting which results in individual and organizational goal achievement. He has appeared on America’s Premier Experts which airs on major networks across the country including ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. Alonzo has served over 1,000 individuals through personal and professional development, delivered training to a plethora of fortune 500 companies, College and Universities, Institutions of Higher Learning, individual Counties, nonprofit organizations, and is consistently retained to be the keynote speaker at large and small events across the country.
He holds a bachelor’s in Accounting, three master’s degrees (Public Administration, Human Resource & Labor Relations, Business Administration), and is nearing completion of a PhD in Multidisciplinary Human Services. He is also currently in the process of obtaining his Doctorate in Business Administration.
Find more at www.alonzokelly.com
As part of our Workforce Readiness initiatives, we will have a representative from the local branch of Junior Achievement to showcase ways to get involved.
This session is pending approval for SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and HRCI recertification credits.
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