$375 – $675

Learning Labs: Anti-oppressive Strategic Planning

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Toronto, ON M6G 4C7

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This learning lab provides organizations with the opportunity to engage in deep and practical anti-oppression learning at a reduced rate!

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STRATEGIC PLANNING: ANTI-OPPRESSIVE FRAMEWORK & PRACTICES FOR LEADERSHIP, COMMITTEES, BOARDS & ADVISORY BODIES

Prerequisite: Anti-oppression 101 OR Anti-oppression for Artist & Cultural Producers OR previous anti-oppression trainings elsewhere

This full day training explores practices, strategies and evaluation frameworks to guide boards, leadership teams and advisory bodies towards measurable, goal oriented long term planning with regards to equity, meaningful inclusion and anti-oppressive practices. Community engagement, resource development, talent and consultations are key elements of the workshop. The workshops will also explore themes related to the language and frameworks of anti-oppression, exploring its interpersonal and institutional manifestations. A variety of reflection and planning exercises and tools are interwoven into the session. The workshop uses a variety of teaching styles and tools to engage a variety of learners.

Key leadership competencies, best practices and frameworks will be explored within the context of arts and cultural organizations and the world of theatre companies. Policies, guidelines, governing structures and decision making mechanisms are explored in tandem with diagnostic and evaluation strategies. Participants will use a wide range of strategic planning, asset mapping and assessing their present interventions, communities, challenges and opportunities.

Participants will gain access to a number of tools to operationalize equity, meaningful inclusion and anti-oppressive practice within their unique contexts. The session focuses on creating sustainable, transformational change and alignment between systems, people and culture.

Organizations that participate in the B Inc Learning Labs are eligible to receive a 25% discount on all in-house training and workshops booked with B Inc within a 6 month period.

About B Inc. Learning Labs

The B Inc learning labs provide a unique and hands-on learning opportunity for theatre companies to expand their learning and improve their capacity to create safer and more inclusive spaces for diverse staff, artists, and audiences.

The sessions are facilitated in an intensive and hands on model that provides participants with tangible tools and practice implications to explore and implement within their organizations. This full day training provides opportunities for reflection, discussion and examining case studies.

Each lab is followed up with an hour long, private consultation with B Inc Consultant Rania El Mugammar, which is included in your registration fee. This consultation is confidential and can be used to discuss ongoing opportunities and challenges within your organization or to gain insight on a particular project.

Fees

$ 375 (+ HST) for 1 lab (up to 4 staff/board members from your organization)

$ 675 ( + HST) for 2 labs (up to 4 staff/board members from your organization per session)

Please Note

We strive to create a brave space for all participants. In order to help folks make bold moves into progressive thinking and actions, all conversations and material shared during these workshops are strictly confidential and cannot be shared through media of any kind.

  • Please note that because our workshops take place on evenings and weekends, access to the Barns is restricted. The building also houses live/work spaces for artists so security is particular about after hours access. Our amazing staff will be around to guide you into the building and provide access on the west side of the building nearest Christie Street.
  • Wheelchair accessible, with elevator access. There are automatic doors to enter either side of Wychwood Barns where we are located. The door to our studio is wide enough for mobility devices but not automatic.
  • Gender neutral accessible washroom on 2nd floor, wide enough for mobility devices, but with no automatic door. Gendered accessible washrooms on ground floor, wide enough for mobility devices and with an automatic door.
  • Please make all ASL requests in writing to Rania@raniawrites.com at least 10 days before the event to ensure availability of 2 interpreters.
  • This event is facilitated by award winning artist, anti-oppression educator & B Inc program director Rania El Mugammar.

Disclaimer

We welcome participation from all community members, however, in the interest of privacy and confidentiality and to support a safe learning environment, media and journalists are not to attend a session (unless it is outside of their professional capacity). Please contact media@raniawrites.com for all media requests.

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601 Christie Street

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Toronto, ON M6G 4C7

Canada

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