Women in community, supporting each other to be, do, and have whatever they want…
T-Group for Black Women and Women of Color Leaders & Professionals
Whatever you can do,
or dream you can do,
Boldness has genius,
and magic in it
Given the state of affairs in which we’re still sheltering in place and needing to remind the world again that Black lives do matter, I continually need to work hard not to sink into despair or impotent anger. As a Black woman and woman of color, I also need reminders to give time and attention to MYSELF, as I continue making myself available to others. Part of what I’m grateful for is that I get to spend time each month in an ongoing T-Group with powerful, dynamic Black women.
At whatever level of experience you have, there is something to be gained by participating in the T-Group and the 1:1 strategy and coaching sessions. Join in, as we expand the conversation and community to include women of color sisters. Give yourself time to step off the treadmill, slow down and get introspective, with yourself, in the company of others.
The following comment is from a colleague who coaches and runs her own groups:
For me, the opportunity to connect with other African American leaders and powerful women and do personal work in a safe nurturing environment… is the plus…no one is trying to fix me… This process allows me to go places I didn’t know needed attention… energizing, helps me find and remove blocks…. great opportunity to do my own work and lighten my load…. thanks!
Date: August 22, 2020
The T-Group takes via Zoom on Saturday, August 22nd from 10:00 – 2:30 West coast time.
The 1:1 coaching and strategy sessions will be scheduled upon registration.
Investment - $540
The investment for the T-Group, 1:1 strategy session, and 1:1 coaching session package is $540 (valued at $740).
Enrollment is limited to 10 participants.
About Your Facilitator...
Dr. Kathleen Brown
My professional career took me to relatively high levels of leadership in my particular fields. I am so passionate about Black women leaders that I wrote my master’s thesis on Black women managers surviving and thriving in the midst of organizational chaos. My doctoral dissertation was on 19th-century Black women writers who grew to adulthood enslaved and their journeys to leadership despite the oppression they experienced. At the University of California, San Francisco, I also founded two programs for women: The Women’s Leadership Symposium and Strategies for Success for Women of Color.
I have a long history of leading T-Groups (small group self-awareness and communication training) through the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University and NTL Institute of Applied Behavioral Science and founded T-Groups for people of Black African descent, for Black Women, and for Women of Color. I specialize in facilitating conversations of authenticity, depth, and integrity, that open up new possibilities (both inner and outer) for participants.
My current work centers on Black Women Leaders, self-care, and Black women bringing our full selves to whatever we do.