a workshop for staff and faculty with Jamila Jackson
This workshop for will explore the power of the body in creating a real and felt sense of connection between individuals; explore the power that connection has to: allow us to feel much deeper levels of support, to feel truly seen and heard, expand our capacity for empathy, and allow us to establish a sense of safety in the body when relating across racial and cultural differences or dealing with potentially triggering subject matter. This workshop will also offer simple tools for creating that connection in our lives and our work. The workshops is a collaboration between Embodied Leadership Project and Ethics and The Common Good Project, with support from The Center for Teaching and Learning. Much appreciated guidance and support from Constance Valis Hill and Eva Rueschmann.