Intro to Power, Privilege, and Leadership (Women's Cohort - March 2021)
Uncovering What You Don't Know That You Don't Know
Uncovering what you don't know, and recognizing how 5 critical leadership principles are key to leading others to personal and systemic change when it comes to race.
This program is offered to you free of charge. Donations will be accepted at the end of the program to help offset costs. Remaining proceeds are donated to organizations working for racial justice and equity.
What are the requirements?
Openness and willingness to approach learning and growth with the wonder and awe of a beginning learner.
Computer and/or tablet access to be able to watch videos, read PDFs, and complete fillable forms.
What am I going to get from this Program?
This is a one-of-a-kind personal anti-racism tool structured to help people with white privilege understand and take ownership of their participation interpersonal racism with a focus on self-awareness, self-correction, and self-generation.
•Definitions of current terminology around power, privilege, and leadership
• Principles and practices of reflection, using curiosity and wonder as dispositions for deep change
• Learn to identify and begin dismantling racism in yourself
• Understand your own implicit bias
• Learn and begin to practice "ontological humility" as part of your leadership presence
• Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership (Kouzes & Posner)
Who is this Program for?
Leaders and decision makers of small to medium-sized businesses in the service industry.
About the Instructor
Dr. Kristen Albert, aka Kris, is a lifelong resident of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA and is President and Lead Coach of Turning Points LLC (https://www.LiveWorkSatisfied.com). Kris's passion is helping people engage life at the top of their game -- in work, in service, in relationships, and at play --so they can live life, fully satisfied. She is a trained coach and holds certification in Ontological Coaching from the Newfield Network in Boulder, Co., and earned her Doctor of Education degree (Ed.D.) from the University of Delaware in 2006. She lives in Lancaster with her husband Doug.
Kris's Racial Justice Journey:
About 3 years ago, Kris began a personal journey to unpack and understand her personal relationship with white privilege and implicit bias, and set herself on a path to help other white Americans of European descent to the same, and further, to declare themselves to be anti-racists, not only in self identification, but in determined and focused action. Since then she has developed an online implicit bias training entitled Intro to Power, Privilege, and Leadership for white people who are beginning their own journeys. Kris is an active member of the Lancaster Be the Bridge group, is a member of Lancaster Stands Up, and the NAACP. She has developed and facilitates Racial Justice Small Groups for the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Lancaster. And she is currently engaged in a 10-month "Racial Healing and Wellness Coaching Program" to continue to focus her growth, learning, and actions on eradicating racial injustice and creating equity and safety in all spaces within her sphere of influence.