Empower yourself to intervene in the moment of a microaggression to build community and trust with students.
Microaggressions are small, subtle moments when communication can be offensive, even when it’s not intended to be. Over time, they build up, create tension, and can have a long-lasting negative impact on the student. It can be difficult to confront these situations, for fear of making the situation worse. However, it is necessary to intervene to build community and trust and to ensure a safe space for your students.
Come to this webcast to learn how to intervene the moment a microaggression impacts your student. You will be introduced to a framework that will guide you through how to:
- Ask the right questions to diffuse the tension
- Respond to the microaggression in a way that creates a safe space for your students
- Take action to make the situation right
Who Should Attend
This webcast is designed for faculty, advisors, and even frontline staff who want to learn how to communicate more effectively with others when they experience a microaggression impacting a student. Managers, Directors, and Deans will also benefit, as they will be able to coach others on this framework.
The speaker will share his years of experience in Counseling Psychology and assessment of student learning by walking you through how to:
- Recognize when and how your students are impacted by microaggressions
- Respond to a microaggression involving your student using a reflective ACTION framework
- Create a culture of respect and open communication to prevent microaggressions from occurring
Consultant, 3B Nichols Consulting, LLC and District Director of Accreditation, Assessment, and Educational Development at the City Colleges of Chicago (CCC)
Dr. Brandon Nichols is the Lead Consultant at 3B Nichols Consulting, LLC. His work at 3B consists of individual or group consulting focusing on diversity and inclusion, postsecondary education, and wellness. Nichols is the District Director of Accreditation, Assessment, and Educational Development at the City Colleges of Chicago (CCC). While at Kennedy-King College (KKC), Nichols held positions as Associate Dean of Instruction and Director of Academic Support Services. He holds a Doctorate of Education in Counseling Psychology from American School of Professional Psychology through Argosy University at the Washington, DC location. Read Brandon’s full bio here.
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- Live webcast session – a live presentation where you have the chance to ask questions and get personalized answers from our expert speakers. You must purchase the product prior to the live date in order to attend the live session.
- Webcast recording – a recording of our live session that you can access anywhere, anytime.
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