What people are saying about Harvesting Respect sessions
"Engaging and inspiring."
"Fresh and relevant."
"Enjoyable yet thought-provoking."
"I am beginning to see people in a different light."
"I'm so glad that I attended because it helped me to be more aware of personal feelings that I didn't realize were there."
Socha session participants discuss their insights.
Senior trainer Jeanae Beal discusses the Mind Flex skill "Use the Problem."
Why Does Your Organization Need Harvesting Respect Learning Sessions?
Professional success is profoundly impacted by the way we communicate with ourselves and others.
Designed to engage and inspire, Harvesting Respect learning sessions promote mental flexibility, listening, organizational stewardship, problem-solving, change management, and more.
Harvesting Respect learning programs provide the knowledge and skills that organizations need to Sow, Cultivate, and Harvest their full potential.
Our diversity handbook is recommended by the Washington State School Directors' Association, the Kansas Psychological Association, and the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences at the The College of William and Mary. More info here.
Some of our recent diversity consulting clients include:
“The WordSmooth program has been a hit with our employees. Presenter Jeanae Beal brings a wonderful balance of professional experience and a dynamic, engaging presentation style.”
Director of Professional Learning
New! Our Culturally Compatible Education learning series provides tools and strategies for improving educational outcomes for many African American, Asian American, Latino, and American Indian students.
Senior trainer Jeanae Beal leads a Harvesting Respect diversity session.
Sow, Cultivate, and Harvest your organization's full potential
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"I absolutely, 100% endorse your Harvesting Respect program! You have opened the eyes of our staff and myself in a variety of ways, addressing difficult topics, such as diversity, racism, and stereotyping; providing that lens for people to see how their own background and history affects the dynamics in the way we view our clients and each other."
-Dr. Terry Smith, Executive Director, Dallas County Juvenile Department
Senior Trainer Jeanae Beal with Dr. Terry Smith, Executive Director, Dallas County Juvenile Department