with Marta Miranda-Straub, Founder & President, Catapult Now, LLC, and former President and CEO of The Center for Women and Families

Who it’s for

Executive leaders, HR personnel, directors, managers and supervisors interested in developing and maintaining mutually respectful, dynamic and efficient relationships with colleagues and teams in our diverse and changing workplace.

Why this course?

Today’s workplaces are bringing together more and more individuals who have vastly different backgrounds and experiences. These differences can be harnessed for incredible innovation and better problem-solving. However, if not proactively led, diverse teams can bring about barriers to understanding, communication, and ultimately, the effectiveness of the entire organization.

Leaders today have an opportunity to be active participants in creating safe and respectful work environments for their diverse teams. This not only builds trust but can enhance our ability to win the hearts and minds of team members, colleagues and customers.

This course is designed for leaders to deepen their awareness, knowledge and commitment to engage in courageous conversations and be a role model in today’s new world of work. In this highly interactive, hands-on training, participants will learn how to make more conscious decisions, looking beneath the surface to see what may be influencing situations, and create more inclusive organizational cultures.

Learning Outcomes

  • Increase personal/professional knowledge and understanding of implicit bias and cultural humility
  • Learn methods of engaging others in discussing challenging topics that build an inclusive organizational culture and climate
  • Gain tools to design policy and practices that create safe and respectful work environments
  • Understand how to role model courage in the workplace 

Register

December 13, 2018 | 1 full day ($450)

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Leadership Louisville Center members receive $50 off – contact us for discount code.
Become a Green Room package holder and receive discounts of up to 20%.

  • “In my humble opinion, Marta is the best trainer, facilitator and presenter out there today! She is funny, captivating and relevant… Marta is a force of nature that will leave your participants with an everlasting positive impression.”
    – Lora Tucker, CEO, Centerlink

  • “Marta has been a trusted mentor for over five years now. She pushes me to think deeply and to challenge myself to stretch beyond what I have thought was possible. I am a better leader and a better human being for the time I have spent with Marta. I highly recommend her!”
    – Mike Mays, CEO, Heine Brothers’ Coffee

Facilitator

Marta-MirandaMarta Miranda-Straub has over 40 years of experience in organizational and clinical social work practice. She maintained a private clinical and consulting practice for over 30 years, providing services in organizational strategy/development, secondary trauma/healing, executive coaching, conflict management, cultural competency/inclusion, implicit bias and authentic leadership, to both private and public sector organizations.

Before becoming the President/CEO of The Center for Women and Families, she was an associate professor of Social Work at Eastern Kentucky University for 17 years. While at EKU, she served as the Chair of Women and Gender Studies and the Director of Multicultural Student Affairs. Marta reopened her consulting practice in the Fall of 2017.

Continuing Education Units (CEU)

The HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) has pre-approved this workshop for 6.75 recertification credit hours. This program is also valid for PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.

Learn more about Continuing Education Units for Leadership Green Room courses

Continuing Education Units (CEU)

The HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®) has pre-approved this workshop for re-certification credit hours, with the exact number of hours TBA. This program is also valid for PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.

Learn more about Continuing Education Units for Leadership Green Room courses

Contact Us

Need more information? Contact Katlyn Gibson, or call (502) 561-0458.