ToP Network Professional Development Workshops

Building on the energy and spirit from our 2021 and 2022 virtual Annual Gatherings, the ToP Network is hosting monthly workshops to continue supporting the development of our ToP Community. Join us to connect live with other facilitators from across the globe and to learn how to expand your use of the ToP methods. The registration fees will be donated to the ToP Network Scholarship Fund. The scholarship was created to assist with Gathering registration costs for individuals who demonstrate strong investment in the future of ToP methods.  We value diverse experiences that contribute to the body of knowledge that helps us all improve our understanding and ToP practice.


To Register

Session Description: In this session, participants will have the opportunity to learn and share frameworks and examples of organizational policies and practices that push organizations from being in “learning mode” to “action mode” in their anti-racist efforts. Topics we will explore include compensation, funding, evaluation, hiring, and human resource policies. We will also consider what our role as facilitators is within these efforts.

● Seva Gandhi, Founder of Collaborative Connections, CTF & Mentor Trainer
● Eva Jo Meyers, Author of Raise the Room, Co-Founder of Spark Decks & Consultant

● 5.0 Model Positive Professional Attitude
○ 5.3 Practice Self-Assessment and Self-Awareness
○ 5.4 Act with Integrity
○ 5.5 Model Content Neutrality
● 6.0 Orchestrate quality events
○ 6.3 Adapt to Group Needs

Aims: To collectively explore and reflect where DEI + Antiracism work that was heavily centered in the past two years has brought us, and to consider what we notice is working, and what is not working, what is the next step in supporting organizations, and what is our role.

Registration:  $10 Members; $40 Nonmembers

Please Note:

  • Registered participants will receive instructions for joining the live session and any additional details in advance of the event.  Please be sure to look for the link in your email and to add the event to your calendar!
  • Events begin promptly at the designated hour.  Please log on at least five to ten minutes in advance to ensure your internet connections, audio and other settings are functioning properly.
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  • Help us create community.  Be prepared to use a camera if possible.  We will have an active event and seeing each other will help us connect.
  • We are assuming that you will be joining us for the 90 minutes of the event.  There will be content shared at the start of the event that will set the stage.
  • To honor the shared awareness, process and container that we are building in this workshop, participants will not be admitted 15 minutes after the start time.  Therefore, we ask that you join us a few minutes before and no later than 15 minutes after the event start time.