CICR Hosts a 1-Day Workshop: Exploring Diversity, Power and Privilege and its Role in Conflict
October 13th, 2017: Join us for a special 1-day workshop!
This experiential learning workshop is designed to deepen our knowledge, skills and awareness about our invisible knapsacks and biases to share evidence-based research on the case of diverstiy and inclusion towards creating more inclusive and vibrant relationships. We'll deepen our self-awareness and examine socialized and entrenched notions of privilege, identity and power and its relationship to conflict. Lastly, we'll identify best practices we can apply to build positive and more fulfilling relationships.
Discounts: 50% off for students; 30% off for Not-for-profits
Date and time: October 13th, 2017 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Location: Saint Paul University, 223 Main Street, Ottawa ON K1S 1C5
About the trainers
Irene Roberts is a professional coach, accredited by the International Coach Federation. She is certified in conflict management, (NLP) neuro-linguistic programming and in performing psychometric assessments, including Emotional Intelligence. Owner of Coaching-for-Results, she specializes in conflict management, career transition/ development, diversity and cultural sensitivity as well as leardership coaching. She is currently working as a Volunteer Co-Ordinator with Community Mediation Ottawa (CMO).
Karima Kara is the CEO of iexpressions.ca, her specialty lies in leadership diversity and inclusion, conflict management and emotional intelligence. Karmine also co-piloted a successful conflict coaching program for Community Mediation Ottawa (CMO). Karima has received training as a mediator from the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) in the UK and she holds a Master's in Educational Leadership from McGill University.