Dialogue on Race
As part of the Healing the Heart of America Series, we seek to develop a greater understanding of our similarities and differences and gain insights into our own greater personal awareness in this session. The intention of the dialogue is to explore multiple perspectives, to listen from a place of appreciating other’s uniqueness, to engage in active reflection, and to speak from a place of truth and authenticity.
Facilitated dialogue is not a discussion or a conversation seeking to present opposing views, but rather a process to engage in inquiry, to go beyond the obvious, and to uncover something new in ourselves and in each other. Join facilitators Jean Latting, Stephanie Foy, and Amy Hageman for an afternoon focused on this very relevant topic.
Jean Kantambu Latting, DrPH, LMSW-IPR. Jean is a leadership consultant and researcher, focusing on change at the personal, group, organizational, and community levels. Specialties include leadership and board governance, workplace diversity and inclusion, leadership coaching, and organizational change. She is currently President of Leading Consciously, LLC, and Professor Emerita of Leadership and Change at the University of Houston (UH), She is the co-author of Reframing Change: How to Deal with Workplace Dynamics, Influence Others, and Bring People Together to Initiate Positive Change, published by Praeger.
Stephanie Foy, LMSW, CID. Stephanie is an entrepreneur, organization development consultant, and facilitator. She is President of SBG Ventures and a Sr. Partner with Leading Consciously, a consulting firm dedicated to building community among those who wish to make a difference in their work, personal, and community lives. Stephanie is committed to enhancing personal and organizational performance, growth, and well-being. She has attended Unity Houston since 1983 and has 200 SEE Credits.
Amy Hageman, MPOD, CID. Amy is an organizational development consultant, facilitator, coach, and speaker. She specializes in strengths-based approaches to personal and organizational change. As a lifetime member of Unity Houston, Amy takes a special interest in how spiritual beliefs impact worldviews, emotional resilience, strategic decision making and personal health.
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