Create an empowered community of inspired educators who go beyond “checking the box” when it comes to boundary training. In this workshop, we will delve into the why behind holding healthy boundaries. You will come away with an understanding of how your school community can think critically and implement policies, prepare and offer robust and useful training, and hold difficult conversations. We will discuss the strategies that enhance your faculty/staff-student connection and set clear boundaries while enhancing the culture of your school.
This workshop will delve into the complexity of this topic without creating a culture of fear. You will learn with your peers, break out into scenario-based working groups, and come back for a Q&A to discuss how to implement what you’ve learned in your school.
Come away leveled up with a foundation of knowledge that will help protect your whole community in an attainable way.
This workshop is designed for all members of your school staff and faculty. Register a team to maximize the impact of the content.
Dates & Venues
Tuesday, November 14
12:00 – 1:30 PM
This workshop will be presented virtually via Zoom.
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If you have any questions or accessibility needs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Facilitator
Rahel Bayar is a former sex crimes and child abuse prosecutor and a former managing director of T&Ms Sexual Misconduct Investigations Division.
She is the founder of The Bayar Group, a consultancy that works with Independent schools across North America on implementing effective policies and workshops for faculty and staff, parents and students on boundaries, abuse prevention, consent, and safe social media practice. She is a thought leader known nationally for her engaging and empowering workshops that both inspire and enhance school communities.
Cancellations and transfer requests must be sent via email to email@example.com. Cancellations will receive a 100% refund, less a $50 administrative fee. Transfers of registrations from one person to another are permitted up to 2 business days before the start of the event, or the first event of a series of events.
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