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TRI Partners, Inc. presents the 5th Annual Central Florida Diversity Learning Series
Owning My Part — Leading Inclusion from the Inside Out
What is the 2016 Series about?
2016 marks the 5th Anniversary of the Central Florida Diversity Learning Series!

Over the past four years we have built a community of learners who are committed to building Inclusion into our daily work and personal lives and to making Central Florida the most welcoming and inclusive community in the state.

The 2016 Central Florida Diversity Learning Series will seek to answer the question: “How Can I Lead Inclusion – Regardless of My Role, Title or Position?”

Each session will ask participants to consider:

“What Can I Do – Individually?”
“What Can We Do – Collectively?”

Our Series, through six highly-interactive education sessions, will address three specific questions:

1.
How can we, individually and collectively, lead the charge to build a more inclusive experience for everyone we meet?
2.
How can we remain individuals, with our unique views and perspectives, while honoring and incorporating the views and perspectives of others?
3.
How can we, individually and collectively, think ahead, act-proactively and engage others, so our inclusion efforts honor others and their changing needs?
What are the sessions?
1.
Micro Messaging: How Micro-Aggressions, Micro-Expressions and Emotional Intelligence Impact Inclusion
Tues | January 26, 2016 | 8:30 am to 12:00 noon
Dr. Ilene Wasserman
2.
Code Switching: The Changes People Make; the Reasons Behind Those Changes – and the Impact of Code Switching on Individuals and Organizations
Tues | March 22, 2016 | 8:30 am to 12:00 noon
Juan Lopez
3.
Social Status and Socio-Economic Class as Elements of Inclusion
Tues | May 17, 2016 | 8:30 am to 12:00 noon
Denise Moorehead and Diana González
4.
Exposing and Addressing the Implications of Race in the Workplace – Understanding the Societal Implications of Race on Our Organizations
Tues | July 26, 2016 | 8:30 am to 12:00 noon
Michael Baran
5.
Duality: The Impact and Ramifications of a Dualistic Perspective on Our Inclusion Efforts
Tues | Sept. 20, 2016 | 8:30 am to 12:00 noon
Kelli McLoud-Schingen
6.
Engaging Our Veterans – Understanding and Acting on Their Experience
Tues | November 1, 2016 | 8:30 am to 12:00 noon
To be announced
Methodologies for our Sessions:
The learning methodologies for the 5th annual CFDLS are intended to address the diverse learning styles and needs of all participants. The sessions will be experiential and adopt multi-media technologies. All facilitators will be guided to use a variety of methods in each session which will include – but may not be limited to – storytelling, audio presentations (i.e., music, voice), visual / video presentations (i.e., PPT, DVD) and Internet media, if available (i.e., YouTube). In addition, every session will link to our theme: Owning My Part – Leading Inclusion from the Inside Out.

Each session will include print resources and references so that participants may continue their education on the topic beyond our session. We will also provide post-session resources on our website. Sourcing of presenters will be intentionally diverse – to appeal to the variety of needs and backgrounds of our participants.

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