Upcoming Events

Experience the Power of Appreciative Inquiry!

Sunday, April 28 4:00 - 6:00 PM

Presented ONLINE by the Berkeley/Oakland/San Francisco Braver Angels Alliance

Join the Oakland/Berkeley/San Francisco Alliance for an exciting presentation and interactive experience with Appreciative Inquiry.

Participants will use Appreciative Inquiry to explore conversations that have helped bridge social or political differences successfully. Appreciative Inquiry is a powerful method that focuses on finding strengths and positive outcomes through deep listening. Dan Clurman, communications professional, will lead us through reflective listening techniques in a presentation followed by breakout room practice sessions.

Dan Clurman, our superstar presenter is a communications coach and trainer. He’s on the faculty in the School of Business at Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He teaches courses in team dynamics, conflict resolution and coaching, emphasizing the interplay of critical thinking and communication.

DON’T MISS THIS EXCITING EVENT!

Free Online Discussion -- Political Stereotypes: Are you more than your party label?

Saturday, May 11, 10:00-11:30 AM PDT

Presented online by the Silicon Valley Braver Angels Alliance

Free Online Event!

Especially in a presidential election year, Americans are defined by political labels: Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative, progressive or MAGA, red or blue. And while individuals’ values and policy choices are nuanced and formed by widely varying life experiences, that doesn’t keep us from stereotyping the political beliefs of others into these simple labels..

How do we move past these political stereotypes, and learn to have a greater appreciation for the diversity of views that exist across the political spectrum?

To get insight into this question and discuss constructive ways we can break down these labels, please join the Silicon Valley Braver Angels Alliance for an informal 90-minute conversation on political stereotypes. 

Questions? Contact Randy Schieber