Clergy Clinic 2 -- If You Aren't Ready, It Is Painful
Mar 11, 2019
Clergy Clinic 2 - If You Aren't Ready, It Is Painful: Why Developmental Readiness is Essential in Social Justice Movements, June 11, 18, and 25.
Facilitator - Helen Abdali Soosan Fagan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Practice, Leadership Engagement, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The presentation will focus on these 4 questions:
- What is Developmental Readiness?
- Why is it important?
- What is the impact?
- How will it drive the social justice discussion?
Upon completion, participants will know the developmental model for approaching social justice discussion and will be able to make the connection between developmental readiness and its application to them as leaders.
Helen has a Ph.D. in Human Sciences with emphasis in Leadership. She studied International Economics and British Political Economy at Oxford University during the formation of theEuropean Union. She is a Certified DiversityTrainer, a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory, and a Certified Emotional Intelligence and Diversity Trainer, and Executive Coach.
The clinic format is as follows: a Zoom meeting during which the presenter will discuss the topic, followed by a face-to-face luncheon a week later during which participants can discuss the topic and raise any questions they might have, and then, another week later, a 2nd Zoom meeting during which unanswered questions and further related issues can be addressed with the presenter.
The cost of the clinic is $8 to cover the lunch meeting the second week.
To register for the clinic, click here.