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Bill Say, M.A., has over twenty years experience with group facilitation, community capacity building, diversity awareness training, conflict resolution, counseling and training. His organizational consulting experience is with health, mental health, and educational organizations in the US and abroad including with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the Highlander Research and Education Center, UN refugee health organizations in the Middle East (UNRWA), New Energy in China, and Independent Thought and Social Action in India. He is a faculty member of the UC Berkeley Extension School of Business and Professional Communication. Bill is a Mindell Process Work Diplomate. His website is: www.billsay.com
Bill Say commented Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 09:45PM UTC (edited Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 09:45PM UTC)
How can we change our own hearts and minds? How can we become more inclusive leaders? How can we address conflict within and outside ourselves? These are a few of the questions we'll explore in my upcoming course Diversity Awareness for Effective Leadership @ UC Berkeley Extension School of Business!
I hope to see you!
Role awareness is a dynamic and practical way to develop greater awareness of diversity. We can use role awareness to better understand our own thinking and behavior and importantly, have insightful glimpses into the thinking, feeling and experiences of others who are apparently different from us.
Wed, Oct 22, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Power and its expression has a huge impact on communication, relationships and organizational life, for better and for worse. To function well, our non-profits and other groups need power; but power needs to be expressed with awareness to be helpful and effective. Learn about different kinds of power, the pitfalls of power expressed... (continued)
Wed, May 28, 2014 at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT
Today's workforce and organizations are increasingly diverse. Effective non-profits need to be capable of welcoming, including, utilizing and working with diverse people, perspectives, styles, and experiences for overall success and capacity.
This presentation offers practical tools and... (continued)
Bill Say, M.A., has over twenty years experience with group facilitation, community capacity building, diversity awareness training, conflict resolution, counseling and training. His organizational consulting experience is with health, mental health, and educational organizations in the US and abroad including with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the Highlander... (continued)
Michele Levy considers herself a brand therapist for nonprofit organizations. With an approach that is equal parts energy, accessibility and common sense, Michele makes brand strategy and communications topics relevant and understandable for a range of participants. Her diverse nonprofit experience - as a consultant, a chief marketing officer, and a board chair -... (continued)
Have you ever felt bored in a conference presentation, or frustrated by a presenter with poor delivery skills? Even if you're not the world's greatest public speaker, there are simple and low tech things you can do to dramatically increase your audience's engagement and effectiveness as a... (continued)
Community Solutions assists organizations to deliver their programs and services more effectively and efficiently. We believe that excellence in program planning and evaluation leads to stronger organizations and positive change in our community.
Kylie Hutchinson, principal consultant, combines her formal education and expertise in program evaluation with... (continued)
Sam Frank founded Synthesis Partnership to advise non-profit organizations in strategy, planning and organizational development. The largest share of his practice is devoted strategic planning, but he also works with clients on board governance, change management, facility, program and business planning, and training.
In 2009 he co-founded Nonprofit Webinars and... (continued)