March 2017 Chapter Meeting
March 8 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm UTC-5
Monthly Chapter Meeting
Topic: Driving Organizational Culture Change through Brave Leadership
Pearl Alexander & Cheryl D. Cofield
In this highly interactive session, participants will preview a revolutionary new leadership style based on Dr. Brene Brown’s internationally acclaimed Daring Way™ and Rising Strong™ curricula. Participants will:
- learn to integrate authenticity, self-compassion, trust and empathy to practice “Brave Leadership” in the face of change, challenge, political turmoil, risk and uncertainty
- explore how personal stories, beliefs, and existing scripts create environments of disengagement, fear and scarcity
- examine the impact of “scarcity culture” on individual careers and organizational success
- increase their competency to develop leaders, strengthen workforce resilience, and create environments that foster belonging, inclusiveness, and engagement
About our speakers…
Pearl Alexander, JD, CPCC, ACC is an Inclusion Strategist, Executive Coach in Higher Education and Leadership Expert. A profound listener who “gets people,” Pearl serves as Executive Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she leads a dynamic boutique practice focused on culture and leadership transformations. Pearl is often sought as a strategic, critical thinker, co-creator, and confidante. She guides learning curricular innovations and serves leaders in building inclusive legacies, fostering high performing teams, and navigating critical transitions. She facilitates and participates in think tanks, leadership retreats, and shares commentary to spark acceptance and actualization of diverse talent in engaging workplace cultures. Her notable commentary has been shared internationally with diverse audiences that span, higher education, government, and corporate professionals. Pearl integrates her expertise in Diversity and Inclusion principles into her coaching practice, and talent consulting services. She coaches individuals to access their personal power, and step into “wholeness.”
Cheryl D. Cofield, JD, CPCC, ACC, CDWF is the president and CEO of Culture of Civility International, LLC, a boutique consulting firm specializing in leadership development, intercultural dialogue, D&I programming, and executive coaching. Her career spans multiple industries in roles including Fortune #1 executive, federal civil rights attorney, in-house counsel, municipality officer, and higher education administrator. Cheryl is currently the Director of Culture & Inclusion at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she serves as chief dialogue officer, curator of transformative narratives & storytelling integration, chair of the Employee Resource Group Leadership Council, Daring WayTM facilitator, and senior faculty for the Culture & Inclusion Leadership Academy.
Cheryl has matriculated through a variety of D&I, executive coaching, and storytelling certifications, and serves on a myriad of national advisory boards, as well as faculty at the Center for Homeland Security’s Naval Postgraduate Academy. She is a highly sought national speaker and moderator, and her work has been noted in such publications as Psychology Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Academic Leader, The Higher Education Workplace Magazine, and Profiles in Diversity Journal.
What is the cost of meeting/event registration rate and how do I register?
Effective September 2016, Professional and Corporate Members will pay $11 in advance or $16 onsite for chapter meetings. The discount code is communicated to members via email prior to the Chapter Meeting for advance registration so check your email. If you are a member and did not receive your discount code, please email firstname.lastname@example.org forwarding a copy of your membership confirmation email. The rate for Student Members is $5 on-site only. Lifetime members are free.
Non-Members will pay $26 in advance and $31 on-site for chapter meetings. To register in advance, follow the registration link. To apply your member discount, click on the “Apply Coupon” button from the shopping cart or the “Have a coupon?” box from the checkout page. Your final checkout price towards the bottom of the page will reflect the discounted member rate.
I’m currently a student but not a member of NAAAHR. What is my meeting registration rate and how do I register?
Currently enrolled student non-members with a valid student ID will be charged $11 to attend this event. Registration is on-site only.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is ample free parking on-site.
What is the dress code for the event?
There is no official dress code but since it is an after work event, most attendees are business casual.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No. Just give us your name or show your mobile ticket at the door.
What is the refund policy?
All registration sales are final.