In accordance with the Call to Action released earlier this year, NCSEA is working to identify and eradicate behaviors that perpetuate racism and inequality within our profession. We recognize that in order to create change, we must provide useful tools to our members. To that end, NCSEA has partnered with a strategic diversity and inclusion practitioner to develop a series of webinars to introduce attendees to diversity, equity, inclusion, and speak to creating a multicultural organization via inclusive policies, programs, and practices.
All sessions should be viewed in chronological order to maximize their value. Sessions 1 & 2 will be recorded and available after each live event.
The first two sessions are FREE, this registration is for both. The third session requires registration to the NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit.
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Session 1 - September 29, 12:00 - 1:30 pm (Central Time)
Cultural Humility and the "You" in Unity
This session will introduce participants to cultural humility, self-reflection, and its role in creating inclusive environments. Participants will identify their own dimensions of diversity and consider their role in the "platinum rule".
Session 2: October 13, 12:00 - 1:30 pm (Central Time)
Bias Awareness and Socialization
This session will introduce participants to biases, how they develop, and how they can be addressed. Participants will learn the cycles of socialization and liberaton in creating and "undoing"; the impact of biases.
No continuing education credits will be awarded. These sessions will also be recorded and available after the series is completed.