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November 2021 / Virtual Workshop
So… now you’re a manager!
WARNING: You might leave this training different than when you arrived.
The 20th cohort of SNYAM will meet online via Zoom for three half-day workshops in November 2021 (11/5, 11/12, 11/19, from 9-12pm PT). Along the way we’ll converse in Slack and you’ll be applying what we learn together to your everyday jobs. Our remote workshops are capped at 12 attendees so we get to know each other.
SNYAM workshops are about preparing, enabling and boosting you to lead with empathy, vulnerability and confidence. Through experiential learning, you’ll learn to coach each other, share experiences, reclaim your own inner wisdom and leverage what you already know. You’ll leave with a set of tools to put your new knowledge into practice immediately.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
– defining your leadership style
– practicing hard conversations
– spelling out what success looks like in the role
– finding accountability partners
– talking genuinely about managing UP
– acknowledging and preparing for burn-out
– strategies for giving feedback
– what to do in a 1:1
– how to move things forward.
You’re a good fit for this workshop if you’ve been managing for less than 5 years, you’re hungry to learn, eager to try and open to sharing. After the event ends, you’ll be added to an alumni Slack to keep up with the community AND you’ll be invited to our annual reunion for all SNYAM alumni.
Please note: every SNYAM cohort includes 1 SNYAM Equity Scholarship. The Scholarship covers the price of the SNYAM ticket, is designed to reduce inequity in leadership trainings and welcomes individuals from underrepresented groups to the SNYAM community. This includes, but is not limited to: Black people, Indigenous people and other people of color, people with disabilities, marginalized genders, LGBTI+. Interested? Apply here before 10/1/21.
Previous cohorts: Virtual (October 2021), Virtual (June 2021), Virtual (April 2021), Virtual (February 2021), Virtual (August 2020), Virtual (June 2020), Virtual (May 2020), San Francisco (November 2019), Austin (October 2019), Seattle (June 2019), Northern VA (April 2019), Berkeley (January 2019), Brooklyn (October 2018), Dayton (August 2018), Oakland (June 2018), Philadelphia (March 2018), San Francisco (October 2017), Brooklyn (June 2017)
Our community has a Code of Conduct. All attendees and community members are expected to adhere to it.
Our cancellation policy is simple; full refund until 1 month prior to the first day of class. After that, you are welcome to transfer your ticket to someone else and handle financials with them.
Space is limited to 12 attendees for digital cohorts. Organizations are limited to 3 tickets per cohort in an effort to keep discussions diverse and varied.Buy & Attend
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