and it changes everything.
Chloé Valdary teaches anti-racism by creating a safe space for each participant to be vulnerable and incites a human connection within the group. By learning about my coworkers, my own self-awareness grew. I learned to empathize with those of opposing opinions by focusing on neurological triggers. After engaging with the training, I left with a new sense of hope of how to foster relationships with all kinds of people.
I’ve seen A LOT of presentations…that was the best. Thanks so much, Chloé and team, for bringing us that session.
The readings, questions, and discussion were shifted from looking outward (as we often do) to focusing inward. Our discussion opened a new door, another perspective to life.
Participants say they come away with more self-awareness, a better understanding of how to avoid overcompensating for their insecurities, and a greater capacity for loving themselves and others.
Theory of Enchantment elicits unusual openness, trust, and engagement from ideologically diverse observers, including many critics of more conventional DEI-training approaches.