MACRO MONDAY : Creating a Culture of Inclusive Leadership
Dates: October 16, 2023
Meets: M from 12 N to 2:00 PM
Location: GRAND RAPIDS - BIK 230-235
Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.
Social scientist and author Brene Brown describes a leader as someone who takes responsibility for finding the potential in people & has the courage to develop that potential. It's not about a title, a position, or even power. It's about people. Every organization has the opportunity to shape leaders who are people centered and courageous enough to invest in developing others. In this interactive workshop we will explore how the six traits of inclusive leadership can help foster a more equitable culture that shapes people centered leaders across the organization.
- Understand key traits of inclusive leadership.
- Explore how to effectively shape an equitable culture in your organization.
- Identify tactics to address barriers to inclusive leadership.
Payment & Registration
- Payment is due upon registration. If a participant registers for a course and has not paid the registration fee, we will send a reminder email to pay the fee. If there is no response and the fee has not been paid within 7 days, the participant will be dropped from the course and may re-register and pay if space is available. This policy is to ensure equitable access to courses that have high demand and long waitlists.
- Registration Deadline: Three days prior to the program by 5pm.
- Waitlist Policy: Our social work programs, excluding the DHHS programs, may fill up due to interest in the content. If the course becomes full, we will have a limited wait list. Those who get on a wait list for a course, you will be notified as soon as possible if a seat becomes available and payment must be made upon enrollment. When the typical registration period ends two days prior to the begin date, all those on the list will be notified we can no longer accept people into the class.
- Participants may cancel their registration at any time by calling our office at 616-331-7180 or emailing email@example.com. Participants seeking a refund must cancel their registration at least 48 hours prior to the program. You may either receive a full refund back on your card, or we can place a credit on your account for a future program. Refund requests received within 48 hours of the program are not eligible for a refund. If GVSU needs to cancel the event, participants will receive a full refund.
Social Work Continuing Education Credits:
- Participants seeking Social Work Continuing Education credits will need to arrive by the start time of the program, and must stay until the end. Partial credit will not be awarded.
- Participants must complete the post-event evaluation to receive SWCE credit.
- Certificates will be emailed to participants 1-2 business days after the program. Participants who have not received their certificate (and it is not in their spam/junk folder) should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Grand Valley State University School of Social Work, an accredited social work education program, is authorized by Administrative Rule 338.2965 to award Michigan social work continuing education contact hours.
|Fee-Alternate||SSW Field Education Supervisor||$ 25.00|
|Fee-Alternate||GVSU Faculty/Staff||$ 15.00|
GRAND RAPIDS - BIK 230-235
A parking pass will be emailed to you two days prior to the event. Please see the link below for maps to Grand Valley State University locations: https://www.gvsu.edu/maps.
Building Address: Bicycle Factory 201 Front Ave. SW Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Having worked in the philanthropic sector for over 30 years, Tamela Spicer, M.A. seeks to guide sector leaders and organizations on a path to discover how they can work within their own ecosystems to catalyze change grounded in justice and belonging. Recognizing her own privilege as a white, cis-gender woman, she intentionally works to call out and help dismantle white supremacy culture and its power in the philanthropic sector and in her own personal life.