Equitable Leadership: Savior Complex, Advocacy and Anti-Blackness

Event date 29 Aug '19 09:30 am - 04:00 pm
Event location The Thomas Aschenbrener Center for Philanthropy • 221 Northwest 2nd Avenue, Portland, 97209, OR, United States
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Are you an Advocate for a change, or are you impacted by the Savior Complex? Are you operating from a place of abundance or scarcity?

The Savior Complex can be best defined as “A psychological construct which makes a person feel the need to save other people. This person has a strong tendency to seek people who desperately need help and to assist them, often sacrificing their own needs for these people.”

During this workshop, we will connect with likeminded individuals explore:

Tools to have conversations about race.
Are you saving or empowering those around you?
What pre-existing paradigms might you have that you must change now?
What do you think about the typical roles/responsibilities that Leaders face?
Does this change your characteristics of what it means to be a Leader?
In what ways do you portray saviorism?
Intentional professional development plans for staff and/or staff.

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Upcoming in 5 days Add to Calender 2019-08-29 13:30:00 2019-08-29 13:30:00 Equitable Leadership: Savior Complex, Advocacy and Anti-Blackness Are you an Advocate for a change, or are you impacted by the Savior Complex? Are you operating from a place of abundance or scarcity? The Savior Complex can be best defined as “A psychological construct which makes a person feel the need to save other people. This person has a strong tendency to seek people who desperately need help and to assist them, often sacrificing their own needs for these people.” During this workshop, we will connect with likeminded individuals explore: Tools to have conversations about race. Are you saving or empowering those around you? What pre-existing paradigms might you have that you must change now? What do you think about the typical roles/responsibilities that Leaders face? Does this change your characteristics of what it means to be a Leader? In what ways do you portray saviorism? Intentional professional development plans for staff and/or staff. The Thomas Aschenbrener Center for Philanthropy America/New_York public Racial Justice #advocacy