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Wed, Apr 29



Intentional Work: Transforming Organizational Practices & Culture

Participants will complete an organizational assessment of current culture and practices, learn best practices from other organizations, and identify steps toward transformation.

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Intentional Work: Transforming Organizational Practices & Culture
Intentional Work: Transforming Organizational Practices & Culture

Time & Location

Apr 29, 2020, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM PDT



About the Event

Intentional Work: Transforming Organizational Practices & Culture

Topics: Justice, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Overview: Power is exercised by individuals and institutions. This exercise happens in conversations, organizational planning, and professional exchanges at conferences. Relations of power are shaped through an organization’s culture, become normalized and reproduced, and bleed through to interpretive undertakings and projects: museum exhibits, public programs, partner meetings, and interpretive moments. How does one understand their role in the relation of power? Perhaps by examining one's role, organizational structure, and everyday internal interpersonal exchanges. This presentation will introduce the topic, take a look at existing organizational structures and workplace culture(s), and delve into audience’s current organizational realities. Group discussions will also explore the following terms as they relate to relations of power: inclusion, privilege, systems of oppression, identity, culture, and microaggressions. This training examines how organizational practices shape interpretive undertakings. By examining such practices, we transform our interpretive roles and work. 

Location: Online, TBD

Instructor: Marissa Llanes 

Registration closes on April 28th at 10:00AM. 

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*Must be 18 and over for this training


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