The Reciprocity Lab is a virtual, 12 week blended learning program for teams to learn how to infuse reciprocity into their work community, which enables teams to build trust, perform better, and be equipped to have accountable feedback conversations to propel their work forward. Throughout this series, teams will learn how reciprocal relationships are foundational for psychological safety and accountability, and will walk away with an action plan for infusing reciprocity at work.
This program is a combination of bi-weekly live online classes with blended learning and assignments in between sessions.
What you will learn
Understanding of how reciprocal relationships are an antidote to extraction, separation, isolation and foundational for psychological safety and accountability
Strengths and opportunities related to reciprocity in your organization - course includes a survey and observation to build a baseline assessment of your organization
Action plan and 1:1 coaching for how to infuse reciprocity at work
12 live, bi-weekly online sessions
Blended learning content to support learning in-between sessions
Time Commitment: In addition to live sessions, there will be pre-work and assignments before each session. Each session will build on learnings from the previous week. You should carve out at least 2 hours a week to get the most out of the course.
Who this is for
Individuals and teams who are committed to designing for liberation and need a container to co-create and practice with their team. Individuals who need support giving feedback across lines of difference (gender, race etc.) and want to find a way for their team to have braver conversations together.
What this course is NOT
This course is not a racism 101 course. To get the most out of this experience, participants should be familiar with power, privilege, oppression, and the history of race and racism in the United States.
Participants will be discussing and examining their own racial and cultural background, power, and privileges.
This course also assumes that those who chose to participate believe that race and social cultural identity plays a role on how people experience work, and that racial bias leads to disparate outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and other staff of color.
$6,500 per person