SpeakOut Ed Talks - Being a Brilliant Bystander

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We’re surrounded by difficult conversations about racism, the elections, the pandemic, policing, and more. How can we have a positive influence during disagreements and reroute conflict into a useful discussion? When is it important for us to speak up or act?

With author, sociologist, and conflict resolution facilitator Kimberly Dark, we learn the skills of the “brilliant bystander” along with safe and effective ways to restore fairness in power conflicts, resolve conflict, and encourage others to participate. You'll learn strategies for redirecting a group, helping quiet folks speak up, and stopping a “discussion-bully.”