Facilitating Unbiased Conversations
When conflict arises in a group, our emotions take over. Understanding the role of our emotions and how they surface in ourselves and others is critical to being
When conflict arises in a group, our emotions take over. Understanding the role of our emotions and how they surface in ourselves and others is critical to being able to facilitate unbiased conversations. In this session, we will discuss the foundational pieces of restorative conversations and focus on the impact of having nonjudgmental conversations.
- Attendees will learn strategies to minimize defensiveness within conversations.
- Attendees will reflect on the process for sharing all information from all parties within a conversation.
- Attendees will apply strategies to practice facilitating unbiased conversations.
This program is ideal for: everyone
About Our Facilitator
Megan Fuciarelli is an educator and administrator with nearly 25 years of experience in the social justice realm. Now residing in Michigan, Fuciarelli has spent the bulk of her educational career in the Chicago area. As the Founder & Chief Empowerment Officer (CEO) of US², she works with a team of like-minded individuals whose primary goal is to help Unite Society through equity and inclusion work. In her career, she has served as an educator as well as building and district-level administrator. She has presented for local, state, national, and international audiences in the areas of Restorative Practices, Equity & Inclusion, Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, and The Whole Child. As a featured TEDx Speaker, she is a true leader in the so
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 9:30 am