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Na’aleh/MindTools Pop-Up Learning Sessions: Plan Your Return to Work

May 4, 2021 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

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Free for professionals of supporting organizations


Plan Your Return to Work | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May 4, exclusively for new employees who began work July 2019 to present.
Thursday, May 13, open to all professionals.
What are our concerns about returning to the office in person? Our anxieties? What are we looking forward to and what challenges will we face? Let’s share and think about how we can support each other.

A MindTools account is free and required for these workshops. You can register for your account using your professional email here.

Programs are open to professionals of all backgrounds and roles working in the Jewish community.

Questions? Contact Mariana Antoniuk at mantoniuk@naalehbaltimore.org

In keeping with our Jewish values, The Associated supports a thriving Baltimore that celebrates diversity and appreciates the unique combination of gender, race, age, religion and ethnicity, sexual orientation, cognitive and physical disabilities and special qualities that each resident adds to the fabric of life in Baltimore. We welcome everyone interested in our mission to join us. If you require accommodations, please contact us, and we will make every effort to meet your needs.
Live-captioning is available through Maryland Relay Service. Generally, 48 hours advance notice is required to set this up.

Na’aleh, an agency of The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore is able to respond in times of crisis thanks to the funding and financial support it receives from The Associated’s Annual Campaign. Now, more than ever, we need your support to continue meeting the growing needs in our community. Please say, “Hineini: Here I am,” by choosing to support those in need through The Associated. Make a donation, make a difference, associated.org/give.

Speaker Bio

Mariana is from São Paulo, Brazil. She spent six years at Catholic University, São Paulo, one of the largest and most prestigious universities of Brazil, where she received a bachelor’s degree in pedagogy and master’s in education. She specializes in leadership development and critical thinking-humanistic education. She has different experiences as a teacher’s trainer and leadership expert in Brazil, Mozambique, Israel and the U.S. In her career she worked mainly with Jewish communities and at-risk populations, especially with African refugees. In recent years, Mariana developed extensive experience as an Adaptive Leadership facilitator. Since 2016 she has been an associate trainer in the Masa Leadership Center faculty. 

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