Humanizing Our Workplaces with Design Thinking Tools

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Humanizing Our Workplaces

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Topics Covered in the Workshop:

  • How design-thinking can solve problems and humanize our work with compassion and kindness
  • How to engage productively with challenging colleagues and circumstances at work
  • How to practice empathy, as Jesus did, to become more available and vulnerable for those in need at work
  • What it looks like to practice "Thy kingdom come"

Join a public conversation as Sara Minard lays down tracks for us, drawing on training and experiences that span continents and cultures.

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Sara Minard, PhD, is Chief Academic Officer for the College for Social Innovation, a not-for-profit organization in Boston providing a semester-long learning experience for first-generation, low-income college students. CFSI’s mission is to develop the next generation of problem-solvers. Sara is a researcher and adjunct professor of Finance, teaching impact investing and regenerative finance at the Lewis Institute, Babson College. She has worked as a socio-economist, policy researcher, and development practitioner for 25 years, engaging governments, companies and communities at the intersection of private sector development, socio-economic policy, community-driven social innovation, social entrepreneurship, and design thinking for sustainable human development, especially in Appalachia, West Africa and India. She is a certified yoga instructor, mindfulness teacher, and helps lead a faith-based impact investing fund for the development of urban communities of color in the U.S.

Registration is $12 and includes lunch.

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Boston, MA 02108

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