2020electionHow the IIRP Graduate School is using restorative practices to talk about the 2020 presidential election.

The IIRP Graduate School is aware of the uncertainty and stress surrounding the U.S. election. We held circles internally to help faculty, staff and trustees begin to process their feelings. We decided to share our process for others to use and learn from.

Watch Henry L. McClendon, Jr., Director of Community Engagement, and Lecturer Beth Smull share their experience using restorative practices to talk about the 2020 U.S. election in the workplace.

Read and feel free to adapt two agendas that demonstrate a proactive circle and a responsive circle designed to help organizations talk about difficult subjects, such as the 2020 U.S. Election.

Check out professional development opportunities to strengthen your restorative practices skills.

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