Org. Development

Organizational Development is a process in which structural changes are made as part of a broader learning, monitoring, and evaluation framework that responds to and anticipates the evolving needs of an organization. Inherent in this process is the act of leveraging resources in a sustainable manner to positively impact and benefit stakeholders.

When I Write about Race, This Is What I’m Told

Christopher Cheung September 1, 2022 TheTyee.ca

 [Editor’s note: Under the White Gaze originally ran as an exclusive Tyee email newsletter last fall. We’re republishing the full series of those essays on our site this month. This essay, the eighth in the series, was originally titled ‘Attack of the Shutdown Commands.’]

Look, I didn’t set out to write about whiteness.

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Creating Positive Spaces for LGBTQIA+ Newcomers Level 2

The course is intended for managers and service providers to more effectively serve LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual) immigrants, refugees, and newcomers. This three (3) week training is supplementary to Creating Positive Spaces for LGBTQIA+ Newcomers Level 1. It provides tactical & practical tools to address LGBTQIA+ newcomer issues and reviews organizational change strategies.