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Can radical belonging really deter workplace violence?

In an initiative led by the United States Secret Service called the Safe School Initiative, this highly renowned defense agency determined that connection through human relationships is a central component of safety and respect.

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Can radical belonging really deter workplace violence?

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Jul 14, 2:30 PM – 3:00 PM GMT-4

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About the event

It’s that time again!  RECON NIGHT TACTICAL DEFENSE’S Thursday lunch and learn series. Join us every Thursday at noon EDT (except for this week:) to learn about RECON NIGHT and uproot different self-defense in the workplace training topics. Here’s what we’ll be serving up this week.

In an initiative led by the United States Secret Service called the Safe School Initiative, this highly renowned defense agency determined that connection through human relationships is a central component of safety and respect.

We’ll be building on the research that we learned about in our last session that reveals the stories and mentality of many mass shooters and take a look at the data on connection and belonging that the Secret Service and other leading experts have determined to be viable protection mechanisms.

Belonging begins when we move past empathy and begin to see people for who they are as an individual and become inquisitive about what they experience and have experienced as they move through the world as who they are. We have to teach people how to do this in the workplace and this is a core tenet of radical belonging.

Disclaimer: This session will contain discussion, images, loud noises, and videos that may disturb some. Our trauma-informed teaching protocols require short sessions and consistent wellness check-ins throughout every presentation. Relevant materials that are not meant to be graphic but used for teaching purposes will be utilized. All participants can and should leave the session at any time if they feel triggered, and all are encouraged to seek professional mental health services as needed.

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