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Bring Rosalind Wiseman and the Cultures of Dignity team to your community!

Each year Rosalind and the Cultures of Dignity team works with tens of thousands of students, educators, parents, counselors, coaches, and administrators to create communities based on the belief that each person has a responsibility to treat themselves and others with dignity.

We work with communities to create presentations that are respectful of and in alignment with their history and needs. Prior to our presentations, we ask to speak to members of your community to help us tailor the content so that it is most relevant to your attendees. In some presentations, we may also ask for a community member to present with us. In those cases, we will work with you to identify a person within the community who can contribute their expertise.

Presentation and Webinar Topics

Creating a Culture of Dignity

This session is a call to action transforming the way we create communities where young people thrive. Using Donna Hick’s Ten Elements of Dignity as the foundation for our relationships with young people, we create a shared vocabulary that empowers their development, supports their emotional needs, and teaches prosocial critical thinking

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Anxiety and Parenting: Managing Adult Emotions in Challenging Times

One of the most crucial skills we can model for the young people in our lives is emotional intelligence. However, many of us were not explicitly taught emotional regulation skills and often feel like we are at the mercy of the many emotions swirling throughout our homes.

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Supporting the Social and Emotional Needs of Young People During Distance Learning

Having a sense of belonging and purpose are essential to a young person’s physical, psychological, and emotional well-being and will directly impact their learning during COVID.

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Tiny Guides for Social Emotional Wellness

Emotional intelligence is not inherent, it is learned. Tiny Guides help you quickly comprehend core social emotional concepts, understand their impact on you and your relationships, and equip you with the tools needed to put them into action.

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Behind the Screens: Digital Well-Being During Tough Times

How can we help young people find the balance with social media and technology when so many other options for social interaction have been taken away? How can we help them navigate friendships and conflict online and offline that may come up during this time?

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How To Be An Ally

How do we make an inclusive community where everyone feels a sense of belonging? How can we have honest conversations about discrimination and bigotry that beings us closer as a community? While this topic for many can be uncomfortable, it is efforts like these that build our capacity to be a place of dignity for all..

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Leveraging Student Voice for Prosocial Change

Creating a culture of dignity in a school can’t be limited to slogans and philosophies that have limited real-life applications in school. This school year gives us an opportunity to raise up and integrate young people’s voices and leadership in a school as never before. How can student leaders be a part of that? How can they most effectively advocate and work with the adults at school?

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Cultivating Engaged Prepared Ethical Leaders

How can we help young people find the balance with social media and technology when so many other options for social interaction have been taken away? How can we help them navigate friendships and conflict online and offline that may come up during this time?

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Your keynote was fabulous. The message you delivered was great and so perfect right now. Our world is broken and we need more people to come together and respect each other and embrace our differences. Thank you for sharing your words. Very well done!

Marshalltown Community School District

The presentation helped clarify how to handle my life situations. The opportunity to hear a speaker who was real, confident in her words, and straightforward was such a special connection that made students want to listen to the important things being said. The manner in which the information was presented was so helpful to our school community and helped give us all a sense of reality.

Student, Age 17, Florida

On behalf of the Radnor Township School District PTOs and PTSA, and The Agnes Irwin School, I wanted to thank you for being our featured speaker in this school year’s Radnor Speaker Series. I have been approached by adults and students alike who were thrilled to hear you speak and felt the visit was immensely informative and engaging. On a personal note, we really enjoyed working with you. We found you to be so accommodating and upbeat - you were truly a delight and consulate professional!

Radnor Speaker Series

Rosalind was amazing, and her keynote/concurrent sessions were certainly highlights of our convention. We have heard that so many of the educators and parents in attendance found her information relevant and extremely applicable. I really can’t say enough positive things about our experience with her. Many thanks for your help throughout our convention preparations!

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

It was really a privilege and an honor to meet you. It was an awesome day today, truly, and you were the one who made it magic. Thanks for your wisdom and good humor. Hope you had as much fun as we did.

Connecticut State Department of Education

What Rosalind Wiseman shared was very beneficial to those in the audience. The content was relevant and she was able to effectively engage teachers ranging from pre-kindergarten to those teaching AP high school courses.

West Des Moines Community Schools

The presentation far exceeded any reasonable expectations. There were 1300 kids or so and you commanded the room with power, expertise, authenticity, and intimacy—no mean feat.

New Albany (Ohio) High School

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