What you will learn:
This workshop is an opportunity to experience first-hand how mindfulness and social emotional learning (SEL) can be implemented to drive a more equitable and inclusive workplace. With an evidence-based interactive experience infused with music, movement, and meditation, you’ll walk away with the understanding of how the sustained practice of mindfulness can illuminate biased practices and cultivate equitable solutions that highlight the unique talents, skills, interest, and wellbeing of each individual.
About the instructor:
Curtis Smith is a former school leader and educator with over ten years of experience in New York City Public Schools. Throughout his tenure, he began as a special education teacher and went on to co-found one of the top-rated public middle schools in Brooklyn, New York. There he designed the mindfulness curriculum that’s infused into the foundation of the school's mission and culture.
The success and notable impact of the program led to his current work with school districts across the world. He served as a Mindfulness Consultant for Barack Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper Alliance in New York and Connecticut to create and facilitate district-wide workshops and mindfulness training.
Later in his career, Curtis took the leap to evolve his work towards social entrepreneurship, and he founded Moment of Mindfulness LLC; a methodology and company providing evidence based mindfulness tools and mental health education using music, movement, and meditation to schools and companies across the world.
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Suggested Length:60 min(Flexible)
# of Employees: Flexible
Format: Live via Zoom
- Keynote Followed by Q&A
- Lecture with Discussion
- Interactive Workshop
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