Session Type(s): Training
Training Tag(s): Movement Health & Operations
Starts: Saturday, Aug. 12 9:00 AM (Eastern)
Ends: Saturday, Aug. 12 10:15 AM (Eastern)
Room: Embassy E
Ever been frustrated by a group of people you’re responsible for leading, managing, or coordinating? That wouldn’t be surprising, as we all bring different styles and experiences to our work. As leaders, we have to know about our own style and understand how other styles show up, so we can build the kinds of diverse and equitable staffs, coalitions, memberships, and more that we need to in this moment. In this training, you’ll learn about a few models that group leaders, managers, and others can use to build teams that respect, value, and understand our differences so we can win big.
No experience necessary. This training is for all audiences.
Kaytee Ray-Riek is a consultant working with organizations to proactively create team cultures that work for everyone, and especially for marginalized people. Previously, she was a Campaigns & Training Director for SumOfUs, where she built a campaigns team that challenged corporate power across the globe. She lives in Philadelphia, PA with her husband, and they foster and train puppies destined to be service dogs. In addition to her work, she is a trainer, photographer, graphic designer, and local activist.