Training and Workshops

 

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Leadership Development Training

half-day workshops

Morning or Afternoon sessions (3-4 hours) Half-Day Workshops are condensed, fast-paced sessions for student leaders to develop their ‘soft skills’ but can’t afford to take too much time away. Workshop topics vary depending on the audience and interests. Presentations can easily be tailored to the needs of your group.

full-day workshops

Morning & Afternoon sessions (6-7 hours) Full Day Workshops is an extended and more in depth version of the half day training. Workshop topics vary depending on the audience and interests. Presentations can easily be tailored to the needs of your group.


Miscellaneous

book signings

To request a book signing at the end of your event, please include that in your message. Must order a minimum of 25 books.

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Educational Development Workshops

The following workshops are intended to be a year-long program aimed to help young women of color ages 18-24 breakthrough psychological barriers so they can transform emotionally, and excel socially and academically. Currently, this program has been dissected into a seven series workshop called “C.A.R.R.Y O.N” to allow young women of color the same opportunities to succeed emotionally, mentally, and academically.

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Ma’ Ronda’s Approach

Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Effective SEL approaches often incorporate four elements represented by the acronym SAFE:

  • Sequenced: Connected and coordinated activities to foster skills development.

  • Active: Active forms of learning to help students master new skills and attitudes.

  • Focused: A component that emphasizes developing personal and social skills.

  • Explicit: Targeting specific social and emotional skills.

Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Competencies:

  • Self Awareness: Knowing one’s internal states, preferences, resources, and intuitions.

  • Self-Management: Managing ones’ internal states, impulses, and resources.

  • Social Awareness: How people handle relationships and awareness of others’ feelings, needs, and concerns.

  • Relationship Management: The skill or adeptness at inducing desirable responses in others.