Presented by the Community Health Training Institute as a part of the 2016 Health Equity Training Series.
Topics: Power and cultural dynamics, addressing power differences between coalitions and the diverse populations they serve, practical application
Trainer: Moacir (Mo) Barbosa, Assistant Director, Health Resources in Action (left)
Description:¬†This training will provide participants with an opportunity to examine critical questions about their personal relationship with power.¬† What is power?¬† How does it manifest in relational and professional dynamics?¬† How do we leverage our power, knowingly or unknowingly, to influence conflict or negotiate situations?¬† This training will help facilitate an exploration of self-identity and how to build on that self-awareness to help set the tone for positive professional relationships and work in the broader community.¬†This session builds upon the¬†2-24-16 webinar “Introduction to Equity in Community Building”, and the 3-23-16 webinar “Engaging and Empowering Priority Communities: Health Equity in Action.”
Audience:¬†Individuals or teams working towards community health who may be new to discussing power and cultural dynamics in the context of their community work, or those seeking a refresher.
Learning Objectives:¬†Participants completing this webinar will be able to:
ACCOMODATION: If you are in need of accommodation of any kind, please feel welcome to discuss with Maia Rodriguez-Semp by 4-12-16. She may be reached at [email protected] or 617-279-2228.