Register now: Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn

You're invited to join the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Religious and Spiritual Life for an interactive workshop titled Learning to Listen, Listening to Learn. This is an opportunity for members of the JHU community to develop skills in appreciative inquiry while also providing a space to share meaningful stories.

We will use this moment in time to enhance our collective skills in listening across difference, perspective-taking, and community development. Appreciative conversations are those in which individuals bring value to their discussion, rather than seeking to deprecate, attack, or devalue others. Inquiry-based conversations are those in which listeners can respond with curiosity, asking sensitive questions that allow for deeper understanding, identify hidden possibilities, and initiate change. As such, appreciative inquiry provides a process for productive and meaningful dialogue.

We hope you can join us. Dinner will be provided.

When: Monday, April 15, from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Where: Bunting Meyerhoff Interfaith and Community Service Center

Register by April 8.

Questions? Email