4A's WEC Leadership Workshop

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An imbalance or abuse of power, status and privilege is the underlying dynamic underrepresented groups experience.


What It’s All About?

The 3-day workshop is a safe space learning experiences, offered off-site in different cities across the US and open to agency leaders responsible for running an office, department, or large team. 

Who Should Attend?  

  • Managing Directors, COOs

  • SVP/EVP levels

  • Department heads and Global group leads

  • New Business leads

  • Chief Talent Officers/Heads of Recruiting/L&D and D&I

We are also open to having others in C-suite roles attend if that level is available and interested in this for personal development. However, the main goal is to get to people who lead large teams and are responsible for shaping culture in their office.


The 3-day workshop will run each day from 9am - 5pm.

We will be adding more cities and date options for the leadership workshop in 2019. 


Workshop Content/Topics:

Day 1: Courageous Conversations About Race, led by Glenn Singleton 

Day 2: Understanding Gender Through Dynamics of Power and Influence, led by Barbara Tint

Day 3: Prevention + Intervention To Protect Your Workforce, led by Natasha Bowman 



Member: $1,500 per person 

Non Member: $1,950 per person

Included - training, materials, and day-time meals 

Cancellation/Transfer Policy:
Refunds and transfers will be granted up until 45 days from the start date of the workshop. Registration is non-refundable less than 45 days from the date of the workshop. To request a refund/transfer please email learningsupport@4as.org. 

4A’s may in rare instances, and on short notice, need to reschedule, abbreviate or even cancel a program or may need to substitute a speaker; this may be caused, for example, by severe weather. We will provide the earliest notice that we are reasonably able to provide under those circumstances.

About Each Presenter: 


Educator, author, thought leader, and strategist, Glenn Eric Singleton has devoted over thirty years to constructing racial equity worldwide and developing leaders to do the same. The creator of Courageous Conversation -- a protocol and framework for sustained, deepened dialogue about race, Singleton is the President and Founder of Pacific Educational Group, Inc. which for twenty-five years, has guided racially conscious, global leadership development across the public and private sectors. Glenn has consulted with corporate and philanthropic executives at Wieden + Kennedy (W+K) Advertising, Google, the Stavros Niarchos, and Bill & Melinda Gates foundations; government officials throughout Western Australia through the U.S. Embassy, and established the first international Institute for Courageous Conversation in New Zealand. In 2017, Singleton launched the Courageous Conversation Global Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing community leaders to promote interracial understanding and intraracial healing. A native son of Baltimore, Maryland, Glenn Singleton is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and resides in San Francisco, California. 



Barbara Tint, PhD brings over 30 years of experience as a psychologist, university professor, consultant and global trainer to her work. She has been a professor of conflict resolution at multiple universities worldwide and has spent much of her life working to support, educate and engage individuals, groups and organizations. Her background is multifaceted, which means she has a wide range of knowledge, tools, resources and experiences to draw from.  Her areas of expertise include conflict resolution, power and status, gender dynamics, intercultural relations, leadership, dialogue processes, resilience and transition and change. She is a published author with books, journal articles and book chapters on a wide range of topics including conflict resolution, dialogue, leadership, forgiveness, humanitarian preparedness and applied improvisation. Her approach is dynamic, humanizing and incisive, even when wrangling with some of the world's most delicate situations.  She brings compassion, humor, mindfulness, flexibility and insight to her training work. She has lived and worked on every continent (ok, not Antarctica) and draws deeply from these diverse experiences. She is a trained improviser and brings these skills, principles and methods into her interactive training work. Deep learning, transformation and fun are not mutually exclusive.



Professor Natasha Bowman, JD, SPHR is the President and Founder of Performance ReNEW, a New York City based leadership development and talent management consulting firm and author of the best-selling book YOU CAN'T DO THAT at WORK! 100 legal mistakes that managers make in the workplace. Professor Bowman has been leading organizations through the complex, fast-changing human resources landscape for over 15 years. She has developed a reputation as an expert consultant and thought leader for Fortune 500 Companies, non-profit organizations, and large healthcare institutions. Because of her ability to diagnose workplace issues and provide proven solutions to organizations, she is often referred to as The Workplace Doctor. Professor Bowman's expertise has been sought after by national media publications such as Forbes, Fast Company, Business Insider, Bloomberg BNA, Inc. Magazine, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, and In the Workplace Radio. Professor Bowman has taught and spoken at some of the most prestigious corporate classrooms, conferences, and graduate business schools across the country such as: Fordham University, Georgetown University, Manhattan College, SHRM, ATD, BLR, and the Jack Welch Management Institute.  



Email us at learningsupport@4as.org

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