[act-ma] This Monday: Intercultural Communication in the Workplace (SoJust ProfDev)

Robbie Samuels send2robbie at gmail.com
Sun Jul 10 12:09:03 PDT 2016


Want to be a more effective communicator? *Join Socializing for Justice for
a ProfDev on Intercultural Communication in the Workplace on Monday, July
11, 6:00 - 8:30 PM.*

Fee: $15 advance/$30 door is split with the trainer.
Limited space (30 seats) - register at www.SoJust.org.
Credit cards accepted online and at the door (if space available). *Newcomers
always welcomed!*


*Intercultural Communication in the Workplace *
When we think about the creation of “community," we know instinctively
whether or not we matter to someone or to some group, we also know when we
feel like an outsider. Through personal reflection you'll begin to see the
connection between an individual’s sense of mattering in the workplace and
their workplace performance. Through an interactive exercise you will
become aware of the ways in which we each bring our own cultural lens to
our work - and how to avoid relying on stereotypes, inappropriate
evaluations, and quick judgments. Whether you have participated in
conversations about intercultural communication in the past or this is a
new way of thinking about relationships - you are encouraged to attend this
session. You will leave with a vocabulary that will help you continue this
important conversation and a better sense of how diversity, inclusion and
equity applies to your relationships with colleagues and your work.


ABOUT OUR PRESENTER

Robbie Samuels has been recognized as a networking expert by *Inc.* and
*Lifehacker*, and profiled in *Stand Out:** How to Find Your Breakthrough
Idea and Build a Following Around It* by Dorie Clark. Since 2009, his
engaging and fun presentations have helped a wide array of audiences
increase their confidence when it comes to building their professional
network and strong, welcoming communities. He passionately believes
everyone should stop wasting time networking and shares how through his
signature session, “Art of the Schmooze.”

In 2006, he founded Socializing for Justice (SoJust.org) to build a
cross-cultural, cross-issue progressive community and network in Boston
based on the philosophies of abundance and radical inclusion. In 2011, in
recognition of his social justice work, Boston City Council named his
birthday “Robbie Samuels Day." Learn more about his work and get connected
at www.RobbieSamuels.com <http://www.robbiesamuels.com/>.


SCHEDULE

6:00-6:30 Socializing -  bring your own dinner
6:30-8:30 Training and Q&A

*  DIRECTIONS
<http://www.nonprofitcenterboston.org/site/c.ddKGIQNuEmG/b.1363373/k.5381/About_Us__Directions.htm>
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The NonProfit Center is located one block from South Station at 89 South
Street. The Center is physically accessible through the main lobby.


HELP SPREAD THE WORD!
Invite friends to the Facebook event
<https://www.facebook.com/groups/sojust/events/>.
Join the SoJust Facebook group <http://on.fb.me/SoJust>.

On Twitter? Follow @SoJust <http://www.twitter.com/sojust> and SoJust's
Co-Founder @RobbieSamuels <http://www.twitter.com/robbiesamuels>. Don’t
forget to tweet about this event using #SoJust and #profdev!


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Socializing for Justice - www.sojust.org

SoJust hosts events that draw progressives of all stripes that share common
values but may work on different issues. We host monthly socials that allow
for the possibility of cross-issue connections and run a monthly ProfDev
Series, hosted by The NonProfit Center*, which provides access to
affordable professional development to increase our individual capacity for
movement building.

With 3000 members and nearly 10 years of creating a diverse cross-issue
community in Boston (215+ events!), Socializing for Justice is the best
place to find the great people, organizations and community you're looking
for while putting the SOCIAL back in social justice.

YES, WE MEAN YOU. We've got members of all ages, races, genders, sexual
orientations, levels of activism and professions. We hope you see someone
like yourself and meet someone you otherwise wouldn't have.


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