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The facilitation Guide

From Dr. Jen Fry and Dr. Victoria Farris

Leading and engaging in discussion about topics that we have been socialized to consider as potentially polarizing topics–like race, inclusion, and diversity–can be difficult. But with tools and strategies, you can facilitate these conversations effectively.

This facilitation guide will help you facilitate conversations on an variety of topics with both small and large groups. You’ll learn how to prepare for an array of responses and situations.

This guide is your game plan.

The beauty of having this game plan is that you don’t have to be an expert in the topic of the discussion you’re facilitating, you just have to be a strong facilitator. This guide will help you gain the skills you need to do just that.

What you’ll get:

  • Five modules of content, covering what you need to know before, during, and after facilitating
  • Companion workbook with additional information and guided reflection questions for each lesson

The N-Word Workshop

Whether you’re looking to learn more personally or need to have a conversation with your team about the N-word, this workshop will teach you more about the N-word, the power it holds, and how you’ve been socialized to think about it.

We’ve also included a bonus facilitation guide so you can more confidently and effectively facilitate this session with your team (and improve your capacity for difficult conversations in the future).

What you’ll get:

  • The N-Work Video Workshop
  • Supplemental Worksheets & Guided Questions
  • Facilitation & Breakout Session Guide

The Invisible Manual: Creating a Culture of Inclusive Excellence

This seven-module online course, paired with an over 120-page workbook, is a great resource and tool for those who want to develop a better understanding of social justice issues. It is filled with resources and activities to consistently make participants think critically about themselves and interactions with others.

The seven core modules cover language, identity, diversity and inclusion, implicit bias, microaggressions, and cultural appropriation.

What you’ll get:

  • 7 core modules
  • 120+ page workbook
  • Activities
  • Resources
  • Breakout sessions

This course has all the tools and resources you need for foundational and continued learning about social justice issues.

Contact us about purchasing the eCourse for your team or department and bulk pricing. We’ve developed curriculum plans to support you and help ensure training and learning is sustained and scheduled, which we know from the research helps deepen that learning and will provide leaders with a tangible way to demonstrate their commitment to social justice to staff and stakeholders.

Creating Engaging and Effective Job Descriptions

Jen and Katrina Kibben of Three Ears Media help you take your generic, bland job descriptions and turn them into a dynamic tool for recruiting the diverse applicant pool you want. Applicants want to see how they connect to the job before they apply. They want to get a real sense of the job and what is required to succeed. If you want to stand out, you need to help people envision themselves in the job. Using the same job descriptions from 10 years ago isn’t going to cut it. 

Katrina talks you through their formula for creating a stand-out job description that will help you diversify your applicant pools and recruit staff who are excited about the position. By the end of the workshop, you’ll know what you need to change, what you need to add, and how to write so you find people whose skills are aligned with your needs. You will leave this workshop understanding how to immediately implement what you learned and write job descriptions that are more equitable and accessible.

What you’ll get:

  • Job Description Workshop with Jen and Katrina
  • Katrina’s Job Re-write Workbook
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