As a congregation, we have declared our commitment to inclusivity and equity. This was evident from the responses in the current listening posts and congregational questionnaires – bias, discrimination, exclusion bubble up to the top of our holy discontent for most of us at St. Luke’s. We are happy to offer a workshop on culturally intelligent (CQ) approach to identify, disrupt, and mitigate unconscious bias.
This personalized, interactive, and research-based four-week workshop is designed to help participants explore their individual biases as well as the systemic bias present in organizational processes, practices, and policies. Participants will leave the workshop with culturally intelligent strategies to disrupt and mitigate biases in their lives based on personal assessment.
Prior to the workshop, participants must complete the self-assessment. The Cultural Intelligence Center conducts the assessments and compiles personalized reports for each participant. St. Luke’s Missions will process payments through our arrangement with the Center.
- Measures CQ Drive, CQ Knowledge, CQ Strategy and CQ Action
- Maps 10 of cultural value preferences
- Provides personalized Development & Action Plan
- Provides comparison of CQ Scores with Worldwide Norms
Dates: Wednesday, March 1, 8, 15 and 22
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Building B, 2nd Floor, Room B201
Cost of assessment: $20
Facilitated by: Mariam Mengistie
Executive Director of Missions
Certified CQ and CQ Unconscious Bias Trainer