What you will learn:

This elective will serve as a follow up and deeper dive based on the preceding classes, All the Letters and or Befriending the Disruptor.  In this slower paced elective we will: explore relevant tools, hear from co-workers, role play, and look at next steps for your employees on their DE&I journey. These next steps will generally include planning culturally sensitive events, speaking up for others, designing and participating in activities of influence in the workplace and beyond, diverse hiring practices, and what the data truly says.  In other words, a chance to pick up tangible tools, LISTEN to each other, practice empathy and participate in the design of your company culture.

About the instructor:

Monica D. Livingston is an educator, business owner, speaker, and accomplished athlete. She was a record-breaking basketball star in high school and college and is an experienced athletic director and winning coach. Livingston was an all-star running back, offensive MVP, and Hall of Fame inductee due to her stellar contributions on and off the field for the DC Divas, a professional women’s tackle football team. She continues to support women in sports as VP of DEI for The DC Divas Women's Professional Tackle Football Team.

Aside from enthusiastically joining the Electives.io team as a corporate educator, Livingston currently lends her expertise and talents to Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA), The Center for Teacher Effectiveness, and The Maryland Business Roundtable on Education. She travels the country (via plane and zoom) as a highly sought-after motivational speaker. Additionally, Monica serves as the host of her own internationally broadcast podcast and is a highly sought-after guest on other podcasts. She has spoken to tens of thousands of people while presenting for national organizations such as the NBA, NFL, MLB, FedEx, YMCA, Reddit, Google, Drug Enforcement Agency, and National Institutes of Health (among many others).

Monica uses humor to educate, engage, and inspire and has twice been named winner of Comcast SportsNet “Funniest Sports Celebrity in Washington.” She has been an integral part of developing and disseminating PCA’s Sports Can Battle Racism and volunteers her time as a panel expert on a range of issues from equity in athletics, to women in business, to race in society.
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Suggested Length:75 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Delivery: Live via Zoom
Available Formats:
  • Keynote Followed by Q&A
  • Lecture with Discussion
  • Interactive Workshop

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