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Roomhr
01:07:06
Thanks Steve. :)
Drew
01:07:32
I'm using Chrome and I was bummped out of the web interface when I went to the poll.
Drew
01:07:46
I had to log back in using the link you sent earlier today.
Paula Garlen
01:13:32
Thank you, Harriet and Partrice, for using your camera! As a thank you, we will be sending you a copy of Steve Paskoff's new book, Civility Rules!
Paula Garlen
01:29:45
Differences mentioned in breakouts:
Paula Garlen
01:29:59
Newly certified, have not trained yet
Paula Garlen
01:30:06
Independent consultant
Paula Garlen
01:30:22
Certified and waiting for an opportnity to teach again
Paula Garlen
01:30:34
Generational differences
Paula Garlen
01:31:23
Different backgounds - Attorneys, "civilians"
Paula Garlen
01:31:35
Musical backgrounds
John Wornell
01:31:44
Well summarized, thanks Kim!
Paula Garlen
01:32:31
Different at work - Attorney Office of Civil Rights; facilitator for ELI, SVP of Sales
Paula Garlen
01:32:38
Different ages
Paula Garlen
01:32:47
Different high school experiences
Patrice.Wilson
01:32:59
wow what an informative group. Utilized your time very well
Paula Garlen
01:33:43
Different professional experiences, Public vs. Private employers
Paula Garlen
01:34:14
Civil Treatment training is mandatory for some organizations and for some it is not
Paula Garlen
01:35:13
Different skills, tenure, job opportunities...
Paula Garlen
01:39:36
Chat any issues you see...
Drew
01:39:47
generational differences
Kim DePiero
01:39:50
generational differences...perception of age
sara.sylvis
01:39:51
generational
Drew
01:39:55
condecending attitutde
SBrewer
01:39:56
stereotyping generations
Kim DePiero
01:39:56
"behind the times"
Patrice.Wilson
01:40:00
generational differences and biases
sara.sylvis
01:40:07
ageism
Patrice.Wilson
01:40:19
goes both ways I see
SBrewer
01:40:21
non-team work attitude. Disrespect
Kim DePiero
01:40:21
darn kids. :)
Harriet Hall
01:40:28
lots of judgments!
Drew
01:40:39
lack of recognition of different ways of accomplishing work
JJasyln Roberts
01:41:36
They miss an opportunity to learn from each other
JJasyln Roberts
01:41:51
They all bring value
robeke8
01:43:11
silos
Paula Garlen
01:43:45
Just shared the results of the last poll.
Paula Garlen
01:52:15
Use Handout 1 on the attached as you watch this video.
Paula Garlen
01:52:38
Sorry... Handout 2!
SBrewer
01:55:19
family man, good in sports,
SBrewer
01:55:30
organized
sara.sylvis
01:55:30
has kids
JJasyln Roberts
01:55:34
appears orderly, health conscious, has kids
Wendi
01:55:37
family man
sara.sylvis
01:55:38
athletic
sara.sylvis
01:55:47
healthy eater
JJasyln Roberts
01:56:03
could be either
Kim DePiero
01:56:04
I assumed both were female
Steve Paskoff
01:56:23
dog person!
SBrewer
01:56:28
single
sara.sylvis
01:56:32
likes music, sweet tooth, world traveler
SBrewer
01:56:32
likes animals
JJasyln Roberts
01:56:34
fun, bright space, analytical, likes music, enjoys treats
sara.sylvis
01:56:49
younger
SBrewer
01:57:09
likes rock music
Kim DePiero
01:57:11
very proud of the dog though - picture facing out toward visitors.
JJasyln Roberts
01:57:19
lives life to the fullest
Harriet Hall
01:58:27
kids could be nieces
SBrewer
01:58:33
taylor
sara.sylvis
01:58:33
Taylor
JJasyln Roberts
01:58:34
Jordan
Steve Paskoff
01:58:38
taylor
Roomhr
01:58:38
jordan
Kim DePiero
01:58:38
on back? Jordan.
John Wornell
01:58:40
taylor
Steve Paskoff
01:58:53
hmmm
SBrewer
01:59:08
taylor
Steve Paskoff
01:59:10
jordan
sara.sylvis
01:59:10
Taylor
Roomhr
01:59:10
taylor
Rachel Wengrow
01:59:11
Jordan
JJasyln Roberts
01:59:13
Jordan
Harriet Hall
01:59:15
either -- no assumptions
Wendi
01:59:15
Jordon
Kim DePiero
01:59:15
JOrdan. No surfboard is going in a prius
John Wornell
01:59:16
jordan
SBrewer
01:59:39
taylor
Rachel Wengrow
01:59:41
Taylor
Wendi
01:59:43
Taylor
sara.sylvis
01:59:43
Taylor
Steve Paskoff
01:59:43
taylor
John Wornell
01:59:45
taylor
JJasyln Roberts
01:59:47
Jordan
Roomhr
01:59:50
taylor
SBrewer
01:59:59
taylor
sara.sylvis
02:00:01
either
Harriet Hall
02:00:02
jordan
JJasyln Roberts
02:00:02
Taylor
Steve Paskoff
02:00:03
jordan
Roomhr
02:00:03
either
Harriet Hall
02:00:42
we're basing all of our assumptions on very limited data
Paula Garlen
02:01:22
From Drew: all assumptions on our values
JJasyln Roberts
02:01:50
The reason why it's important to get to know the individual
SBrewer
02:04:21
his vision
Kim DePiero
02:04:23
broader experience/perspective?
sara.sylvis
02:04:26
Taylor has the vision for it
Drew
02:04:27
his vision
Kim DePiero
02:05:55
perhaps BUSINESS vision/experience rather than life experience?
Drew
02:06:00
her office is alot more like jordan's than taylor's
Harriet Hall
02:06:04
shared "style" -- soccer interest
SBrewer
02:06:05
not enough information. we don't know what they discussed
sara.sylvis
02:06:48
Lisa and Jordan might have more in common so it was a natural choice - in Lisa's viewpoint
Paula Garlen
02:13:36
CHAT your observations about the conversation.
Kim DePiero
02:14:08
ouch. You're not a friend...you're a manager.
Harriet Hall
02:14:20
oops duty to act!
Roomhr
02:14:26
tip of the ice berg - she's a manager first..
sara.sylvis
02:14:38
yeah she has a duty to act - he's being treated differently
robeke8
02:15:19
not just a friend in that type conversation
Patrice.Wilson
02:15:26
Terrible advice
sara.sylvis
02:15:31
not good on her part to give that advice
SBrewer
02:16:09
IF Wes just wanted to "vent" he could have gone to another friend who is not a manager
JJasyln Roberts
02:16:24
she has a duty to act. She is comparing her experiences to his and they cannot be the same.
Patrice.Wilson
02:17:05
pretty sure he didnt effectively communicate his feelings to his manager'
JJasyln Roberts
02:17:40
We have to be careful about blaming the "victim." This is what happens to subordinated groups.
Paula Garlen
02:17:46
This is a great example especially in places where a peer is promoted and now has that Duty to Act.
SBrewer
02:17:52
Hard to say. It could simple be a communicaiton breakdown or it could be discrimination
Patrice.Wilson
02:17:54
Brittany has terrible managerial skills. she should never tell him to deal with it and she is obligated to take action to address his concerns
johnsot.ad
02:17:55
Because of Brittany's non-action, It make affect their relationship in the future.
JJasyln Roberts
02:18:39
Britteny may not be skilled for this kind of issue
Paula Garlen
02:19:07
It makes me wonder what else may not be addressed.
sara.sylvis
02:19:16
I agree - she's not skilled for this kind of issue BUT she can utilize other managers or HR department
Patrice.Wilson
02:19:20
she basically agreed that retaliation would be the consequences.
johnsot.ad
02:19:40
Lots of managers do not want to deal with discrimination.
Harriet Hall
02:20:17
do you distinguish between UNconscious bias and conscious bias??
sara.sylvis
02:21:29
Hopefully Ron has documented these meetings and Wes's PIP
SBrewer
02:21:34
perhaps still "uncconscious" bias
Patrice.Wilson
02:21:37
it does but Wes doesnt seem to know that is the problem
Roomhr
02:21:53
Should communicate better
Paula Garlen
02:22:07
Makes me wonder if this reaction is a result of past inaction when performance issues came up.
JJasyln Roberts
02:23:01
Ron needs to manage the performance issues. If he is making comments that are microagressions, the organizatioin is at greater risk
JJasyln Roberts
02:24:53
What's unfortunate, it's when issues like these are raise, that's when organizations take action because they have to. I would rather have this raised so I know what's going on in the organization
JJasyln Roberts
02:26:45
And understand about intent, impact and outcome
Paula Garlen
02:28:26
CHAT observations and potential impacts while you watch.
Drew
02:29:31
Tone of voice was condescending
Patrice.Wilson
02:29:34
oh boy steriotyping minority athletes
Kim DePiero
02:29:34
"that guy?" Biased because of skin color? Or because of stereotype of athlete?
SBrewer
02:29:39
bias that a football player can't be smart as well
JJasyln Roberts
02:29:40
He only focused on sports and not consider he is intelligent
Drew
02:29:42
Why couldn't he be a Rhoades Scholar
Harriet Hall
02:29:49
seems like miles is offended
Harriet Hall
02:29:59
or wrong team?
JJasyln Roberts
02:30:06
Adam didn't pay attention to the cues from Miles
Patrice.Wilson
02:30:07
nope
bynumm
02:30:08
A little
robeke8
02:30:11
Adam didn't seem aware
Drew
02:30:11
doesn't seem to be
bynumm
02:30:47
I believe he noticed the reaction at the end because he did not respond
SBrewer
02:31:18
they need to have a crucial conversation (miles needs to initiate)
JJasyln Roberts
02:31:57
I probably would have asked Adam why that was surprising to him. Then lean into conversation. If miles walk away, then the perceptions do not shift
Drew
02:31:58
If Adam noticed Miles' reaction, he should follow up with another conversation.....
JJasyln Roberts
02:32:55
This discussion reminds me how I feel when I am told I speak well
Patrice.Wilson
02:33:02
if they are friends Miles can enlighten him about how his words and actions were offensive, intentional or not
JJasyln Roberts
02:34:51
I like that he waited for a better opportunity to have the discussion. If he had done so right away, it may have been confrontational
Drew
02:45:42
We also talked about the importance of engaging Luke in a conversation about goals for the applicant pools and the importance of diversity of perspectives.
Paula Garlen
02:50:56
We have one last poll for you on our polling page: https://pollev.com/ELIINC
Drew
02:55:05
Thanks you all!
Tucker Miller
02:55:40
THANK YOU!
johnsot.ad
02:56:01
Enjoyed the class ...... thanks ...... TJ
sara.sylvis
02:56:05
Thanks everyone
SBrewer
02:56:06
Thank you! ELI does a great job with the video scenarios!
Patrice.Wilson
02:56:13
the pleasure was mine. Thank you
JJasyln Roberts
02:56:18
Thank you!
Paula Garlen
02:56:28
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