Conflict Conversations - Understanding Implicit Bias
Conflict is a natural part of life and bound to occur, whether in the home, school, community, church, or workplace. However, the way we manage conflict has the potential to support personal, community, and institutional transformation. Leaders in all walks of life often have a responsibility to help others work through their conflicts, and yet many, if not most, leaders have not been introduced to the skills necessary to support effective conflict resolution nor do they have a deep understanding of their own relationship to conflict.
In partnership with the Conflict Transformation Ministries of the NC Conference of the United Methodist Church, the Duke Center for Reconciliation is pleased to host a yearlong series of conversations about conflict transformation. Join us on Wednesday, September 13th with Rev. Chris Brady, Pastor at Wilson Temple United Methodist Church in Raleigh N.C. as he talks about Understanding Implicit Bias.
In addition to giving a short presentation and engaging participants' questions, Rev. Brady will provide practical resources and lists of materials to help equip us in our journey to be more self-aware and more confident as we work in and on conflict.
Registration is requested but not required.