Our Transformational Communication Workshop Key Learnings video will help you understand the impacts of racism and other institutional oppressions in order to create a more just and connected present and future. We will do this by deepening our understanding of who we are, where we come from and why equity and justice matter—to us personally and to our organizations. This video focuses on enhancing our self-awareness, learning about the dynamics and impacts of systems, discharging and healing from past hurts, and practicing skills to lead more effectively and compassionately together.
The Course Includes:
- Constructivist Listening: A Healing Tool
- Shifting Frames of Reference: Making Assessments, Understanding Contexts
- The Nature of Human Beings: A Framework for Understanding and Compassion
- Adultism: The Training Ground For All Other Institutional Oppressions
- Patterns and Internalized Oppression: How the Cycle of Oppression Continues
- Restimulation: How Early Hurts Show Up Today
- Understanding Dominance: How We Keep it Going
- Beyond White Privilege: Healing from Loss
While not a replacement for the experiential training received during our signature 3-Day Transformational Communication Workshop, purchasing this video grants you access to preview and/or review our key teachings for one year. This video is licensed for use by individuals. For organizational or multi-user licenses please contact us at email@example.com.
Nanci Luna Jiménez is regionally, nationally, and internationally recognized for her highly effective and insightful trainings, inclusive facilitation, and dynamic speaking for groups of diverse ages, industries, and cultural backgrounds. In 1994, she founded The Luna Jiménez Institute for Social Transformation (then known as Luna Jiménez Seminars & Associates) to deliver unique programs that guide individual healing and transformation, cultivate initiative and leadership in social change, and create more just and equitable workplaces and communities.
A Certified Professional Facilitator© since 2006, Nanci facilitates individuals and groups in understanding how systemic oppression affects their lives, their work, and their relationships with others, then supports them to envision and make revolutionary changes through personal healing, cross-cultural communication, group consensus, organizational inclusion, and short- and long-term strategic planning.
Nanci’s unique approach to diversity, inclusion, and social justice continues the legacy of work first started by Dr. Erica “Ricky” Sherover Marcuse, who coined the term “unlearning racism,” and then carried on by recognized cross-cultural communication specialist Lillian Roybal Rose, M.Ed. Their approaches encourage participants to recognize the value of their own heritage and to foster common understanding with others as a means of building alliances and working for social justice, and Nanci uniquely combines this training along with methodologies developed by the Institute for Cultural Affairs (ICA), an international organization that trains people to lead participatory processes for more sustained organizational and social change.
Of Puerto Rican and Chicana heritage, Nanci was born in Detroit, Michigan, and was raised there and in Tucson, Arizona. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon.