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Supervisor Roundtable A.M. Sessions - Fall 2021

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The 2100 Building

2100 24th Avenue South

Seattle, WA 98144

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Join this 4-part morning roundtable committed to supporting you lead your best in your supervisor role!

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Join a group of 6-12 Community Leaders for an in-person* training and networking opportunity that will support you to become a more effective supervisor. The Supervisor Roundtable kicks off on Wednesday, September 29, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT. We will meet one Wednesday morning of each month. The dates are 9/29, 10/27, 11/17 and 12/15. (If you prefer an afternoon roundtable, register for the afternoon sessions here.)

This interactive and collaborative series of meetings will encourage participants to explore new leadership styles and share best practices as they learn to improve management of staff/volunteer teams.

By the end of this series supervisors will have:

  • Practiced and become more effective in foundational coaching skills of giving & receiving feedback, inquiry skills, and engaged listening.
  • Explored and learned new strategies for effective culturally responsive supervision i.e. supervising across diverse race, class, gender, ability staff teams.
  • Built a strong community of peers to celebrate strengths and troubleshoot challenges with.

For further growth and individualized training, participants are encourage to register for one-on-one Professional Coaching.

*We will move the roundtable online if needed but are hopeful it can be in-person.

The Supervisor Roundtable will be co-facilitated by Mike Beebe & Edna Sadberry. Edna and Mike are longtime work colleagues, friends, and co-facilitators who are skilled at building strong and thoughtful multiracial cohorts of leaders in the nonprofit, and public sector. Past participants have expressed their appreciation for the open, honest talk about Edna's experience as a black woman and Mike's experience as a white man committed to social justice. They bring a consciousness about their identities into the training that helps group members navigate their challenges more effectively. Join Mike & Edna as they explore what it means to supervise across race, class, gender, and other differences.  

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The 2100 Building

2100 24th Avenue South

Seattle, WA 98144

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Refunds up to 30 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

Organizer Mike Beebe & Edna Sadberry

Organizer of Supervisor Roundtable A.M. Sessions - Fall 2021

Mike decided to take his passion for leadership development training and start Leadership for Change in 2004. Since then, he has worked with thousands of individuals and groups to help develop their leadership skills.  Mike has over 20 years of experience managing youth & adult leadership programs and is passionate about partnering with young people to create positive social change. His experience includes directing Penny Harvest Seattle, a youth philanthropy & service learning program, JustServe AmeriCorps, a youth anti-violence program, TEEN LINK, a hotline for youth answered by youth, and serving on the Board of Directors for COLAGE, a national organization advocating for the rights of LGBTQ+ families. 

In 2013, Mike and a team of training colleagues launched F.A.C.E. (Facilitating Awareness & Change for Equity) Consulting Collaborative in an effort to provide stronger support to individuals, groups, and organizations striving to create a more equitable world. More info on F.A.C.E. can be found on their website.

Edna has over 10 years working with groups, families and individuals supporting them in identifying and interrupting generational patterns that are barriers to success. Her passion for leadership development and social justice, includes supervising three AmeriCorps teams: MLK VISTA, Pathways and JustServe AmeriCorps. Along with social justice work and leadership development, she recently received her Masters in Clinical Psychology to add to her tool belt in developing future leaders who are self reflective and committed to transforming themselves and their communities.

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