Diversity, Wellness & Giving Back Seminars
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Dollars of Diversity
How to embrace inclusiveness and what it can mean for your staff, your customer base and your bottom line. Everyone wants to have both a diverse workforce and customer base, but how do you actually go about it? Join New York On-Trade Consultant Elayne Duff for a session packed with immediate-action tips to boost ALL diversity - gender, race, age, country of origin and even social class - both behind and in front of your bar. Joining Elayne to detail the how and why of practical inclusiveness is WSET UK educator Hannah Lanfear, 25 year NYC industry veteran Charles Hardwick & Stephanie Simbo, founder of the Beyond Bars Institute based in South Africa.
Using Our Power for Good
From not for profit bars, LTO promotions, events, a dollar on every cocktail deals, Speedrack, Negroni Week and more, bartenders are finding ways to give back. This seminar will focus in on our panel of industry fund raisers, and what can we learn from their successes, missteps, and discoveries.
Straight Up with a Twist on Mental Health
In this seminar, we'll look at what those who spend their working lives in bars can do as individuals to improve their mental and physical health, covering topics as diverse as nutrition to sleep and in the process become a better, more productive and happier people.
Inclusion and Hospitality: How and Why to Build a Longer Table
With this intersectional panel we will explore practical steps hospitality professional can take towards diversity and true equity, and how to implement them.
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Green Dot: Bystander Training for Bartenders
The Green Dot Strategy is a comprehensive approach to violence prevention that capitalizes on the power of peer and cultural influence. Informed by social change theory, the model targets all community members as potential allies and bystanders and seeks to engage them in prevention.
Harassment and Hospitality Don't Mix
This training will develop participants’ understanding of sexual trauma, including sexual harassment and assault, in the hospitality industry through the use of scenarios to better recognize harassment and other inappropriate behavior and identify ways to safely and responsibly intervene. This workshop is facilitated by Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response, or STAR.