SunShower is a Communicator Award winner

The 21-Day Plan for Disarming Microaggressions with Dr. Derald Wing Sue has been selected by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts to be recognized as a Communicator Award winner! 

It’s a wonderful honor and we’re thrilled that this online, micro-learning course has been honored with this award. With over 4,000 entries received from across the US and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals.

The 21-Day Plan is a micro-learning course with 21 modules of 3-5 minutes each. The course is a comprehensive presentation of what microaggressions are, how they damage people and workplace culture, and what each person in your organization can do to interrupt, speak up, and prevent microaggressions from damaging the psychological safety of the workplace. 
The course is based on the work of Dr. Derald Wing Sue, the author of hundreds of articles and many books on microaggressions, including Microaggressions in Everyday Life and Microintervention Strategies.
The 21 Day Plan for Disarming Microaggressions shows learners how comments or questions that might sound harmless or even like compliments, actually carry a hidden message that hurts. The course includes activities to identify the hidden messages and then practice for how to speak up and interrupt a microaggression when it happens or afterwards.
You can review The 21-Day Plan by clicking this link and filling out the simple form. You’ll receive an email with your login credentials. Limited and unlimited licenses are available for you to bring the 21-Day Plan into your organization. The course is a SCORM 1.2 course and can be installed on your LMS. 

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