What is Equitable Leadership?
Our team of administrators, teachers and diversity and inclusion consultants have created a four-day leadership event to help people and organizations transform from the inside, out.
Who Should Attend
What To Expect
Attendees learn to recognize personal triggers as we explore district diversity and inclusion issues faced today, how and why they persist, and develop strategies to overcome the barriers that stop us for having the conversations and taking the action needed.
Attendees build capacity to work effectively with students of color, which includes strengthening our capacity to have honest and compassionate dialogue that can help eliminate the achievement disparities that exist in schools and transform school culture.
Attendees identify exclusionary language that is commonly used (e.g. “non-white”), understand the impact of “non-ness” language on relationships, and learn practical ways to remedy exclusionary language in the workplace.
Attendees explore how unconscious bias and stereotyping affect relationships and take steps to create a strategic roadmap to define or redefine racial and ethnic identity, uncover personal bias, and look at how schools reward some students but not others.
Ready to Enroll?
This is a highly engaging and interactive workshop where Epoch coaches and facilitators put you to work! We use real-world scenarios to help you transform unhealthy culture clashes into healthy and compassionate dialogue with family, friends, colleagues, and students. Contact us for more details to bring this innovative training to your school, district, or county office of education.
What Others Are Saying
Thank you so much Dr. Dome for your words & teaching of inspiration. You have infected my passion to work harder in the support of our students and our kids in the area of social justice & equity. Thank you Dr. Dome. Keep forging on, don't give up, we need you.
Beautiful. Inspiring. Learned to mirror. I'm really, really looking forward to future training and more work together, especially with our students.