Talking BITs: Diversity and Cultural Humility in Our Work

This is a members-only event.

Issues that impact marginalized populations are on the rise during the time of the COVID pandemic. This open Q&A will give participants a chance to interact with NABITA instructors on ways to engage in these hard conversations on campus. Unlike our webinar programs, this Talking BITs program adopts a flexible approach to addressing concerns and sharing well-worn advice and practical examples.


Who should attend?

  • BIT/CARE team members
  • Title IX coordinators and investigators
  • Case Managers
  • Dean of Students
  • Front office staff
  • Registrar staff
  • Financial Aid staff
  • Academic Department Heads
  • Academic support services/tutors
  • Career services
  • Disability and ADA/504 staff
  • Nurses and Doctors
  • Residential life staff
  • Orientation leaders
  • Coaching staff
  • Law enforcement, SRO
  • Faculty

In this course, you will learn…

  • Cultural issues that impact the workplace in terms of respect and communications.
  • The definition of microaggressions and how these occur in everyday life.
  • How microaggressions impact LGBT individuals, mental health, and different cultural groups.
  • How power and authority are seen by the community.
  • Ways to understand objectification, depersonalization, and misogyny.
  • Practical applications of theory to adjust daily behaviors.

Pricing
Talking BITs events are free for members.
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Attendees will receive a copy of the recording.

NABITA reserves the right to record any of our Training & Certification Courses. Participating indicates your assent to being recorded, and for that recording to be used by NABITA for any purposes. If you prefer not to be recorded, please contact us once you register, and we will make arrangements for your participation without identification.

EVENT FACULTY

Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D.

President, NABITA; Partner, TNG

Tammy Hodo, Ph.D.

President, All Things Diverse, LLC

Event Registration

Membership Benefits

Super

$4,999

  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School or District, Organization, or Workplace
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Team

$1,099

  • For one-year per Higher Education Institution, K-12 School or District, Organization, or Workplace
  • Up to 8 individual members (sub-users) with full access
  • Up to 10 webinars
  • Electronic access to 2 NABITA books published prior to current calendar year
  • SIVRA-35 training video and subscription
  • And more!

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$199

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  • Weekly newsletter.
  • Member materials and resources.
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