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Grace Lab - Inclusion with Jessie of KITH+common

  • Roper Greyell 745 Thurlow Street, 25th Floor Vancouver Canada (map)

Join Jessie Nelson from KITH+common and Grace Club for a workshop on Inclusion in the Workplace.


Jessie Nelson of KITH+common | community consulting will be kicking off our first Grace Lab session with a very important topic: Inclusion. They will discuss personal insights and specific tools that help create a more inclusive workplace and community, creating a space allowing people to come as they are.

This workshop is designed for you if you are:

  • an HR professional

  • a business leader

  • an entrepreneur

  • a people manager, or

  • anyone who has a desire to make an impact in the communities you serve and the people you lead

In these 3 hours we will take a deep dive into topics that will:

  • redefine your understanding of diversity and inclusion

  • show you how to create an inclusive environment at work and/or in your community

  • form conversations around our unconscious biases and habits, and

  • show you how to bring these practices to your teams, organizations and personal network in order to impact change and create more inclusive spaces for all people

This Grace Lab is an excellent way to develop your relationship with these topics, identify your own blind spots, and get into big, exciting conversation that will impact change!

Get you tickets now and share with your colleagues - tickets are limited.

About KITH+common

/kiTH/ - noun: kith; noun; kith nad kin - one’s friends, neighbours, acquaintances and relations. One’s chosen community; those you are surrounded by and who create a sense of belonging. 

KITH+common was born from and inspired by its essential purpose; to create space for others to be as they are, without shame. KITH is a pillar for all things community, specializing in business development strategies and community engagement approaches, all from an overarching lens of diversity and inclusion planning and integration. KITH offers inclusion consulting, customized content and training creation, and group facilitations. We will work with you and your organization to bring inclusive practices and insights to your internal culture in order to help create space for the diversity that exists to grow, flourish and impact change for both your organization and the communities you reach. We believe in creating space for all people to come as they are. KITH is in the work of inclusion to create space for all people to express their diversity and find power in sharing their unique lived experience.

About Grace Lab

Over the last two years of building our Grace Club community and bringing incredible storytellers to you, we began to see a need for tangible learning opportunities. Opportunities to supply useful tools that can be implemented into everyday life, your 9 to 5 hustle, and all the others places and spaces you spend time.

The intention:

Grace Lab exists to help bridge the gap between YOUR appetite for learning tools and the lack of affordable resources available to feed YOUR hunger!

The goal:

To partner with local experts across a wide variety of fields that interest YOU and funnel them all through The Lab!

The Purpose:

We are making it easier than ever for YOU to gain the knowledge you desire to be an active member in your community and in important conversations.


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