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TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
The Nature of
Group Leadership
Phase Two: Who’s Along for the Ride?
Week 6:
No Drop Ride
ARRIVAL NOTES
● Try to sit near
someone you
haven’t before.
● Strike up a
conversation with
someone new!
TODAY’S AGENDA
● Welcome and activity.
● Why do inclusive
environments matter?
● New word!
● SOUL language.
● Reflection and scenarios.
● Check-ins.
REFLECTIONS FROM THE
SOUL JOURNEY
● Your reflection for today’s
class will be later in class.
Initiating Conversations With Someone New
How confident are you?
Activity
Hosted by Jehleigh
What is one of your hobbies?
Whatʼs your go-to song
right now?
Whatʼs your favorite season and
what does it remind you of?
What does a perfect day look
like for you?
What time of the day do you
feel your best?
Whatʼs your all-time favorite meal
and how often do you enjoy it?
Whatʼs your favorite quote and
what makes it special to you?
Which of the 5 senses do you
treasure most and why?
What do you do when you
need to relax?
Is it hard for you to ask for help?
What makes it difficult or easy?
Who is the first person you talk to
when something good happens?
When have you felt most
included?
No Drop Rides
Why do inclusive environments matter?
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
CREATING NO-DROP RIDES
●
What is a no-drop ride?
What stood out to you about this
weekʼs reading?
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Experiences where the people in
the environment are friendly, open,
and possess positive energy.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Experiences where the people in
the environment are friendly, open,
and possess positive energy.”
“When people took the time to
engage with me in ways that made
me feel unique and valued as an
individual.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Experiences where the people in
the environment are friendly, open,
and possess positive energy.”
“When people took the time to
engage with me in ways that made
me feel unique and valued as an
individual.”
“A club that allows all of us to give
our ideas.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Experiences where the people in
the environment are friendly, open,
and possess positive energy.”
“When people took the time to
engage with me in ways that made
me feel unique and valued as an
individual.”
“A club that allows all of us to give
our ideas.”
“We give each other equal respect.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Experiences where the people in
the environment are friendly, open,
and possess positive energy.”
“When people took the time to
engage with me in ways that made
me feel unique and valued as an
individual.”
“A club that allows all of us to give
our ideas.”
“We give each other equal respect.”
“At home with my immediate family.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Experiences where the people in
the environment are friendly, open,
and possess positive energy.”
“When people took the time to
engage with me in ways that made
me feel unique and valued as an
individual.”
“A club that allows all of us to give
our ideas.”
“We give each other equal respect.”
“At home with my immediate family.”
“The environment showed respect for diversity, where each
member's ideas and contributions were valued regardless of
their background or social identity. Embracing the enriching
aspects of diversity, the group recognized its collective
strength derived from varied perspectives. Moreover, open
communication and inclusive language flourished within the
team, fostering an atmosphere where individuals felt free to
express thoughts and opinions without fear of judgment. This
culture of openness facilitated genuine dialogue and fruitful
collaboration among team members.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Experiences where the people in
the environment are friendly, open,
and possess positive energy.”
“When people took the time to
engage with me in ways that made
me feel unique and valued as an
individual.”
“A club that allows all of us to give
our ideas.”
“We give each other equal respect.”
“At home with my immediate family.”
“The environment showed respect for diversity, where each
member's ideas and contributions were valued regardless of
their background or social identity. Embracing the enriching
aspects of diversity, the group recognized its collective
strength derived from varied perspectives. Moreover, open
communication and inclusive language flourished within the
team, fostering an atmosphere where individuals felt free to
express thoughts and opinions without fear of judgment. This
culture of openness facilitated genuine dialogue and fruitful
collaboration among team members.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Inclusive environments are places where I
am able to talk freely without being judged.
As someone who overthinks stuff a lot, I
often feel excluded from things when it
doesn't seem like people care to hear me
talk.”
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Creating Inclusive Environments
YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED?
●
“Inclusive environments are places where I
am able to talk freely without being judged.
As someone who overthinks stuff a lot, I
often feel excluded from things when it
doesn't seem like people care to hear me
talk.”
“The times I’ve felt the most included all
seem to revolve around a strong sense of
community. ”
The Golden Circle
WHAT’S OUR WHY?
(Sinek, 2021)
The Golden Circle
OUR WHAT
(Sinek, 2021)
WHY
belonging
and
community
HOW
tell the story
of the
academic and
social
transition to
college
WHAT
● facilitate orientation
sessions
● share stories and
perspectives
● connect students
with other students
● help students set
academic and
co-curricular goals
(the list goes on…)
The Golden Circle
OUR WHAT
(Sinek, 2021)
WHY
belonging
and
community
HOW
tell the story
of the
academic and
social
transition to
college
WHAT
● facilitate orientation
sessions
● share stories and
perspectives
● connect students
with other students
● help students set
academic and
co-curricular goals
(the list goes on…)
using
inclusive
language
The Golden Circle
OUR WHAT
(Sinek, 2021)
WHY
belonging
and
community
HOW
tell the story
of the
academic and
social
transition to
college
WHAT
● facilitate orientation
sessions
● share stories and
perspectives
● connect students
with other students
● help students set
academic and
co-curricular goals
(the list goes on…)
using
inclusive
language
The Golden Circle
IMPACT OF OUR WHY
(Sinek, 2021)
WHY
belonging
and
community
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY?
The Golden Circle
IMPACT OF OUR WHY
(Sinek, 2021)
WHY
belonging
and
community
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY?
● Stay at Miami.
● Build lifelong networks.
● More engaged and invested.
● Graduate with a degree.
● Contributes to return on experience
(jobs, community, connections).
The Golden Circle
IMPACT OF OUR WHY
(Sinek, 2021)
WHY
belonging
and
community
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY?
● Stay at Miami
● Build lifelong networks
● More engaged and invested
the responsibility is yours.
The Golden Circle
IMPACT OF OUR WHY
(Sinek, 2021)
WHY
belonging
and
community
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY?
● Stay at Miami
● Build lifelong networks
● More engaged and invested
the responsibility is yours.
(and ours)
New Word
A Little Improv and Some Play
SOULanguage
Inclusivity Through Language
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT
Inclusive language ...
● does not exclude,
belittle, or trivialize
people or their
experiences.
● is intentionally chosen
to craft a welcoming
environment and
foster a sense of
belonging among all
people.
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT
Inclusive language ...
● does not exclude,
belittle, or trivialize
people or their
experiences.
● is intentionally chosen
to craft a welcoming
environment and
foster a sense of
belonging among all
people.
Inclusive language…
● is context dependent.
● ever-adapting as we
learn and reclaim.
● is never complete.
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT
Inclusive language ...
● does not exclude,
belittle, or trivialize
people or their
experiences.
● is intentionally chosen
to craft a welcoming
environment and
foster a sense of
belonging among all
people.
Inclusive language…
● is context dependent.
● ever-adapting as we
learn and reclaim.
● is never complete.
Inclusive language…
● requires us
understand the terms
we should avoid and
do instead.
● If there is a term that is
personally harmful to
you and you need to
move out of the room,
you may do so without
penalty.
● If you would like a
member of the
leadership team to
debrief with you, they
are available to do so.
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT
Inclusive language ...
● does not exclude,
belittle, or trivialize
people or their
experiences.
● is intentionally chosen
to craft a welcoming
environment and
foster a sense of
belonging among all
people.
Inclusive language…
● is context dependent.
● ever-adapting as we
learn and reclaim.
● is never complete.
Inclusive language…
● requires us
understand the terms
we should avoid and
do instead.
● If there is a term that is
personally harmful to
you and you need to
move out of the room,
you may do so without
penalty.
● If you would like a
member of the
leadership team to
debrief with you, they
are available to do so.
Inclusive language…
● asks us to work
through discomfort as
we are learning and
challenging our own
understanding of what
we know.
● asks us to provide as
much grace as
possible to those
around us who may
not know the impact of
our language yet.
… yet.
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Ask Yourself
● Who am I including and who am I excluding
through the use of this language?
● Am I inadvertently ignoring or erasing
individuals or groups who experience
discrimination by not understanding the
impacts of my language?
● Am I striving to instill a sense of belonging
through my communications or inadvertently
isolating individuals or groups by not
understanding the impacts of my language?
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER ABOUT OUR LANGUAGE
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
If we can use language that
makes even one person feel a
greater sense of belonging
and community
we should do it.
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Pronouns
● Pronouns are a really important way that our
gender is reflected to the world.
● Pronouns are the words you use to refer to
someone in third person in place of their
name.
● Awesome (short-ish) guide:
HOW PEOPLE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED
Adapted from Reimagine Gender
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
GUYS
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
GUYS Use…
you (plural), everyone, y’all
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
GUYS
Why?
While we recognize that “hey guys” is really common in our everyday speech, it refers to male or man-identified identities and assumes
that the normal, default, human being is a cisgender male/man.
Use…
you (plural), everyone, y’all
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
FRESHMAN
NEWBIE
FROSH
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
FRESHMAN
NEWBIE
FROSH Use…
first-year or new student
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
FRESHMAN
NEWBIE
FROSH
Why?
A couple of reasons:
● Often refers to the number of credit hours a person has vs. the year in school they are.
● Inherently identifies new students as a man.
Use…
first-year or new student
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
KIDS
BABIES
NEWBIES
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
KIDS
BABIES
NEWBIES Use…
students
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
KIDS
BABIES
NEWBIES
Why?
● It’s ageist and doesn’t recognize the new experience our students are having as adults.
● It sounds and comes across as a bit belittling.
● They’re not your kids or your babies!
Use…
students
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
PARENTS
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
Instead of using…
PARENTS
Use…
families, parents and
families, supporters,
support systems
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
Instead of using…
PARENTS
Why?
● Not everyone has a relationship with their biological parents or people who they might call parents.
● Families are complicated.
● Families can also be comprised of people we choose.
Use…
families, parents and
families, supporters,
support systems
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
A Note About AAVE (formerly Ebonics)
● AAVE = African American
Vernacular English
● Has been heavily associated with
the negative association as of
ghettos, crimes, or undereducation.
● However on social media, AAVE is
misconstrued as internet slang.
● AAVE has also been commodified
by other social identity groups, and
has caused some societal tension.
CULTURALLY AWARE LANGUAGE
Examples of AAVE we should consider
stopping if we do not identify as Black/African
American:
● Slay.
● Lit.
● On fleek.
● Woke.
● Period(t).
● I feel you.
● Turn up.
● Yas/yas queen!
● The tea.
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS - ABILITY/DISABILITY
Instead of using … Use… Why?
A person with a disability, handicapped, disabled Neutral; ask when you’re not sure.
afflicted with, suffers from, is a victim of… is affected by The phrase “is affected by” does not
define a person by a health issue and
avoids negative connotations.
wheelchair-bound, crippled uses a wheelchair, wheelchair user,
mobility impaired
Not all people with mobility issues use
wheelchairs, but if they do use a
wheelchair, just say that.
normal, healthy, able-bodied non-disabled Non-disabled is factual and neutral.
“Normal” or “healthy” implied that people
with disabilities are abnormal or
unhealthy. “Able-bodied” implies that
people with disabilities are not able to do
things.
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS - ABILITY/DISABILITY
Instead of using … Use… Why?
people who have special needs people who have particular requirements,
people who require accommodations
Many people consider the term “special
needs” offensive because of the social
stigma associated with this phrase.
OCD, bipolar, mental, mental patient people living with mental health issues We should be respectful and sensitive
when using language around mental
health, and avoid words and phrases that
imply or exacerbate stigmatization of
people living with mental health issues.
ADHD, ADD, Autistic*, dyslexic
*Please check! Especially in the Autism community, some
people are very proud of their Autistic identities and
associated experiences.
person who is neurodiverse,
neurodivergent
Used to describe somebody whose brain
and cognition functions
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
SAY WHAT YOU ACTUALLY MEAN
Instead of using … Use… Why?
that’s crazy/insane That’s wild! I can’t believe that!
Wow! Absurd! Bizarre!
Nonsensical!
Perpetuates mental health stigma that makes it
more difficult for some to seek treatment; some
sexist ties
I’m so OCD; don’t be so OCD I’m such a perfectionist; you’re so
organized.
OCD is a mental health diagnosis that occurs when a person
gets caught in a cycle of obsessions and compulsions.
Obsessions are unwanted, intrusive thoughts, images, or urges
that trigger intensely distressing feelings. Compulsions are
behaviors an individual engages in to decrease their distress.
Your personal focus on loading the dishwasher or color coding
your planner doesn’t make the cut here.
They seem like they’re going to go right
off a ledge…; That makes me want to kill
myself/hurt myself.
I’m having a hard day/time; I’m
struggling; I need some space; I
need some help with this project.
Very simply, let’s not joke about self-harm or suicide. It
decreases the likelihood that someone experiencing a mental
health crisis will ask for help, and it's not funny. If you are
actually talking about suicide, you may use the following: took
their own life,ended their own life, death by suicide, completed
suicide, attemped suicide.
Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
PLEDGES
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
PLEDGES
Use…
new members
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
PLEDGES
Why?
● The term ‘pledges’ often has a negative connotation and is connected to negative stereotypes in regards to hazing.
Use…
new members
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
RUSH
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
RUSH
Use…
recruitment
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
RUSH
Why?
● The term ‘rush’ often has a negative connotation and is connected to negative stereotypes in regards to hazing.
Use…
recruitment
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
FRAT
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
FRAT
Use…
fraternity
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
FRAT
Why?
● The term frat’ often has a negative connotation and is connected to negative stereotypes in regards to hazing.
Use…
fraternity
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
ANY CUSS
WORD
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
ANY CUSS
WORD Use…
darn, shoot, dang it, oh no!,
yikes, wow!, yay!
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE
Instead of using…
ANY CUSS
WORD
Why?
● Most of the time it’s rude and inappropriate in the spaces when we’re together. Our roles are first-impression related and are
focused on welcoming others. Swear/cuss words don’t fit our needs here.
Use…
darn, shoot, dang it, oh no!,
yikes, wow!, yay!
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
Inclusive Language
NEW WORD!
CALL IT OUT
Reflections from the Journey / SOUL Scenario #6
Inclusive Environments
Reflections from the Journey & SOUL Scenario #6
MANAGING MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES
Reflections from the Journey
● Rate your week.
● Explain why you rated
your week the way you
did.
● What’s your plan for
spring break?
● React to today’s class?
How are you feeling
about creating inclusive
environments/inclusive
language? What
questions do you have?
SOUL Scenario #6
It’s Saturday night after a long week of orientation sessions and SOUL Susie
is hanging out in the residence hall. SOULs Taylor, Greg, and Sophie are also
there. The group has a board game out and they’re kind of watching a movie,
too.
Greg: “Uhhh, I’m so glad it’s the weekend so I don’t have to use
SOULpropriate language.”
Sophie: “Me too! It’s so much pressure and no one really even cares.”
Greg proceeds to tell a story using some language that would not be
appropriate at work.
Susie feels uneasy, but Greg is right. They’re not at work. How should Susie
proceed?
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.
The Nature of
Group Leadership
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR NEXT WEEK
Week 6:
No Drop Rides
ANNOUNCEMENTS
● Cycler Development Menu
○ Goals Workshop
● Employment paperwork.
● SOULpropriate clothing.
● Have a wonderful spring break!
● Grade updates.
AFTER SPRING BREAK
● Checkpoint #2 due
○ Timeline
● Full book due: How to talk to anyone
● Cycler thoughts #3
● Cycler thoughts #4
SOUL Check-Ins
Consultations with the Leadership Team
TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.

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EDL 290F - Week 6 - No Drop Ride (2024)

  • 1. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. The Nature of Group Leadership Phase Two: Who’s Along for the Ride? Week 6: No Drop Ride ARRIVAL NOTES ● Try to sit near someone you haven’t before. ● Strike up a conversation with someone new! TODAY’S AGENDA ● Welcome and activity. ● Why do inclusive environments matter? ● New word! ● SOUL language. ● Reflection and scenarios. ● Check-ins. REFLECTIONS FROM THE SOUL JOURNEY ● Your reflection for today’s class will be later in class.
  • 2. Initiating Conversations With Someone New How confident are you?
  • 3.
  • 5. What is one of your hobbies?
  • 6. Whatʼs your go-to song right now?
  • 7. Whatʼs your favorite season and what does it remind you of?
  • 8. What does a perfect day look like for you?
  • 9. What time of the day do you feel your best?
  • 10. Whatʼs your all-time favorite meal and how often do you enjoy it?
  • 11. Whatʼs your favorite quote and what makes it special to you?
  • 12. Which of the 5 senses do you treasure most and why?
  • 13. What do you do when you need to relax?
  • 14. Is it hard for you to ask for help? What makes it difficult or easy?
  • 15. Who is the first person you talk to when something good happens?
  • 16. When have you felt most included?
  • 17. No Drop Rides Why do inclusive environments matter?
  • 18. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments CREATING NO-DROP RIDES ● What is a no-drop ride?
  • 19. What stood out to you about this weekʼs reading?
  • 20. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Experiences where the people in the environment are friendly, open, and possess positive energy.”
  • 21. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Experiences where the people in the environment are friendly, open, and possess positive energy.” “When people took the time to engage with me in ways that made me feel unique and valued as an individual.”
  • 22. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Experiences where the people in the environment are friendly, open, and possess positive energy.” “When people took the time to engage with me in ways that made me feel unique and valued as an individual.” “A club that allows all of us to give our ideas.”
  • 23. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Experiences where the people in the environment are friendly, open, and possess positive energy.” “When people took the time to engage with me in ways that made me feel unique and valued as an individual.” “A club that allows all of us to give our ideas.” “We give each other equal respect.”
  • 24. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Experiences where the people in the environment are friendly, open, and possess positive energy.” “When people took the time to engage with me in ways that made me feel unique and valued as an individual.” “A club that allows all of us to give our ideas.” “We give each other equal respect.” “At home with my immediate family.”
  • 25. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Experiences where the people in the environment are friendly, open, and possess positive energy.” “When people took the time to engage with me in ways that made me feel unique and valued as an individual.” “A club that allows all of us to give our ideas.” “We give each other equal respect.” “At home with my immediate family.” “The environment showed respect for diversity, where each member's ideas and contributions were valued regardless of their background or social identity. Embracing the enriching aspects of diversity, the group recognized its collective strength derived from varied perspectives. Moreover, open communication and inclusive language flourished within the team, fostering an atmosphere where individuals felt free to express thoughts and opinions without fear of judgment. This culture of openness facilitated genuine dialogue and fruitful collaboration among team members.”
  • 26. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Experiences where the people in the environment are friendly, open, and possess positive energy.” “When people took the time to engage with me in ways that made me feel unique and valued as an individual.” “A club that allows all of us to give our ideas.” “We give each other equal respect.” “At home with my immediate family.” “The environment showed respect for diversity, where each member's ideas and contributions were valued regardless of their background or social identity. Embracing the enriching aspects of diversity, the group recognized its collective strength derived from varied perspectives. Moreover, open communication and inclusive language flourished within the team, fostering an atmosphere where individuals felt free to express thoughts and opinions without fear of judgment. This culture of openness facilitated genuine dialogue and fruitful collaboration among team members.”
  • 27. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Inclusive environments are places where I am able to talk freely without being judged. As someone who overthinks stuff a lot, I often feel excluded from things when it doesn't seem like people care to hear me talk.”
  • 28. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Creating Inclusive Environments YOUR WORDS: WHEN HAVE YOU FELT MOST INCLUDED? ● “Inclusive environments are places where I am able to talk freely without being judged. As someone who overthinks stuff a lot, I often feel excluded from things when it doesn't seem like people care to hear me talk.” “The times I’ve felt the most included all seem to revolve around a strong sense of community. ”
  • 29. The Golden Circle WHAT’S OUR WHY? (Sinek, 2021)
  • 30. The Golden Circle OUR WHAT (Sinek, 2021) WHY belonging and community HOW tell the story of the academic and social transition to college WHAT ● facilitate orientation sessions ● share stories and perspectives ● connect students with other students ● help students set academic and co-curricular goals (the list goes on…)
  • 31. The Golden Circle OUR WHAT (Sinek, 2021) WHY belonging and community HOW tell the story of the academic and social transition to college WHAT ● facilitate orientation sessions ● share stories and perspectives ● connect students with other students ● help students set academic and co-curricular goals (the list goes on…) using inclusive language
  • 32. The Golden Circle OUR WHAT (Sinek, 2021) WHY belonging and community HOW tell the story of the academic and social transition to college WHAT ● facilitate orientation sessions ● share stories and perspectives ● connect students with other students ● help students set academic and co-curricular goals (the list goes on…) using inclusive language
  • 33. The Golden Circle IMPACT OF OUR WHY (Sinek, 2021) WHY belonging and community WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY?
  • 34. The Golden Circle IMPACT OF OUR WHY (Sinek, 2021) WHY belonging and community WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY? ● Stay at Miami. ● Build lifelong networks. ● More engaged and invested. ● Graduate with a degree. ● Contributes to return on experience (jobs, community, connections).
  • 35. The Golden Circle IMPACT OF OUR WHY (Sinek, 2021) WHY belonging and community WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY? ● Stay at Miami ● Build lifelong networks ● More engaged and invested the responsibility is yours.
  • 36. The Golden Circle IMPACT OF OUR WHY (Sinek, 2021) WHY belonging and community WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE MEET OUR WHY? ● Stay at Miami ● Build lifelong networks ● More engaged and invested the responsibility is yours. (and ours)
  • 37. New Word A Little Improv and Some Play
  • 39. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT Inclusive language ... ● does not exclude, belittle, or trivialize people or their experiences. ● is intentionally chosen to craft a welcoming environment and foster a sense of belonging among all people. Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
  • 40. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT Inclusive language ... ● does not exclude, belittle, or trivialize people or their experiences. ● is intentionally chosen to craft a welcoming environment and foster a sense of belonging among all people. Inclusive language… ● is context dependent. ● ever-adapting as we learn and reclaim. ● is never complete. Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
  • 41. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT Inclusive language ... ● does not exclude, belittle, or trivialize people or their experiences. ● is intentionally chosen to craft a welcoming environment and foster a sense of belonging among all people. Inclusive language… ● is context dependent. ● ever-adapting as we learn and reclaim. ● is never complete. Inclusive language… ● requires us understand the terms we should avoid and do instead. ● If there is a term that is personally harmful to you and you need to move out of the room, you may do so without penalty. ● If you would like a member of the leadership team to debrief with you, they are available to do so. Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
  • 42. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language A DEFINITION AND CONTEXT Inclusive language ... ● does not exclude, belittle, or trivialize people or their experiences. ● is intentionally chosen to craft a welcoming environment and foster a sense of belonging among all people. Inclusive language… ● is context dependent. ● ever-adapting as we learn and reclaim. ● is never complete. Inclusive language… ● requires us understand the terms we should avoid and do instead. ● If there is a term that is personally harmful to you and you need to move out of the room, you may do so without penalty. ● If you would like a member of the leadership team to debrief with you, they are available to do so. Inclusive language… ● asks us to work through discomfort as we are learning and challenging our own understanding of what we know. ● asks us to provide as much grace as possible to those around us who may not know the impact of our language yet. … yet. Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
  • 43. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Ask Yourself ● Who am I including and who am I excluding through the use of this language? ● Am I inadvertently ignoring or erasing individuals or groups who experience discrimination by not understanding the impacts of my language? ● Am I striving to instill a sense of belonging through my communications or inadvertently isolating individuals or groups by not understanding the impacts of my language? QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER ABOUT OUR LANGUAGE Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023)
  • 44. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. If we can use language that makes even one person feel a greater sense of belonging and community we should do it.
  • 45. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Pronouns ● Pronouns are a really important way that our gender is reflected to the world. ● Pronouns are the words you use to refer to someone in third person in place of their name. ● Awesome (short-ish) guide: HOW PEOPLE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED Adapted from Reimagine Gender
  • 46. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… GUYS LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 47. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… GUYS Use… you (plural), everyone, y’all LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 48. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… GUYS Why? While we recognize that “hey guys” is really common in our everyday speech, it refers to male or man-identified identities and assumes that the normal, default, human being is a cisgender male/man. Use… you (plural), everyone, y’all LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 49. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… FRESHMAN NEWBIE FROSH LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 50. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… FRESHMAN NEWBIE FROSH Use… first-year or new student LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 51. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… FRESHMAN NEWBIE FROSH Why? A couple of reasons: ● Often refers to the number of credit hours a person has vs. the year in school they are. ● Inherently identifies new students as a man. Use… first-year or new student LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 52. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… KIDS BABIES NEWBIES LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 53. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… KIDS BABIES NEWBIES Use… students LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 54. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… KIDS BABIES NEWBIES Why? ● It’s ageist and doesn’t recognize the new experience our students are having as adults. ● It sounds and comes across as a bit belittling. ● They’re not your kids or your babies! Use… students LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 55. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… PARENTS LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 56. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language Instead of using… PARENTS Use… families, parents and families, supporters, support systems LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS
  • 57. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS Instead of using… PARENTS Why? ● Not everyone has a relationship with their biological parents or people who they might call parents. ● Families are complicated. ● Families can also be comprised of people we choose. Use… families, parents and families, supporters, support systems
  • 58. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. A Note About AAVE (formerly Ebonics) ● AAVE = African American Vernacular English ● Has been heavily associated with the negative association as of ghettos, crimes, or undereducation. ● However on social media, AAVE is misconstrued as internet slang. ● AAVE has also been commodified by other social identity groups, and has caused some societal tension. CULTURALLY AWARE LANGUAGE Examples of AAVE we should consider stopping if we do not identify as Black/African American: ● Slay. ● Lit. ● On fleek. ● Woke. ● Period(t). ● I feel you. ● Turn up. ● Yas/yas queen! ● The tea.
  • 59. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS - ABILITY/DISABILITY Instead of using … Use… Why? A person with a disability, handicapped, disabled Neutral; ask when you’re not sure. afflicted with, suffers from, is a victim of… is affected by The phrase “is affected by” does not define a person by a health issue and avoids negative connotations. wheelchair-bound, crippled uses a wheelchair, wheelchair user, mobility impaired Not all people with mobility issues use wheelchairs, but if they do use a wheelchair, just say that. normal, healthy, able-bodied non-disabled Non-disabled is factual and neutral. “Normal” or “healthy” implied that people with disabilities are abnormal or unhealthy. “Able-bodied” implies that people with disabilities are not able to do things. Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
  • 60. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language LANGUAGE EXPECTATIONS - ABILITY/DISABILITY Instead of using … Use… Why? people who have special needs people who have particular requirements, people who require accommodations Many people consider the term “special needs” offensive because of the social stigma associated with this phrase. OCD, bipolar, mental, mental patient people living with mental health issues We should be respectful and sensitive when using language around mental health, and avoid words and phrases that imply or exacerbate stigmatization of people living with mental health issues. ADHD, ADD, Autistic*, dyslexic *Please check! Especially in the Autism community, some people are very proud of their Autistic identities and associated experiences. person who is neurodiverse, neurodivergent Used to describe somebody whose brain and cognition functions Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
  • 61. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language SAY WHAT YOU ACTUALLY MEAN Instead of using … Use… Why? that’s crazy/insane That’s wild! I can’t believe that! Wow! Absurd! Bizarre! Nonsensical! Perpetuates mental health stigma that makes it more difficult for some to seek treatment; some sexist ties I’m so OCD; don’t be so OCD I’m such a perfectionist; you’re so organized. OCD is a mental health diagnosis that occurs when a person gets caught in a cycle of obsessions and compulsions. Obsessions are unwanted, intrusive thoughts, images, or urges that trigger intensely distressing feelings. Compulsions are behaviors an individual engages in to decrease their distress. Your personal focus on loading the dishwasher or color coding your planner doesn’t make the cut here. They seem like they’re going to go right off a ledge…; That makes me want to kill myself/hurt myself. I’m having a hard day/time; I’m struggling; I need some space; I need some help with this project. Very simply, let’s not joke about self-harm or suicide. It decreases the likelihood that someone experiencing a mental health crisis will ask for help, and it's not funny. If you are actually talking about suicide, you may use the following: took their own life,ended their own life, death by suicide, completed suicide, attemped suicide. Adapted from Oxfam Inclusive Language Guide (2023) and Peer-to Peer Leadership (2019)
  • 62. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… PLEDGES
  • 63. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… PLEDGES Use… new members
  • 64. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… PLEDGES Why? ● The term ‘pledges’ often has a negative connotation and is connected to negative stereotypes in regards to hazing. Use… new members
  • 65. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… RUSH
  • 66. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… RUSH Use… recruitment
  • 67. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… RUSH Why? ● The term ‘rush’ often has a negative connotation and is connected to negative stereotypes in regards to hazing. Use… recruitment
  • 68. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… FRAT
  • 69. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… FRAT Use… fraternity
  • 70. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… FRAT Why? ● The term frat’ often has a negative connotation and is connected to negative stereotypes in regards to hazing. Use… fraternity
  • 71. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… ANY CUSS WORD
  • 72. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… ANY CUSS WORD Use… darn, shoot, dang it, oh no!, yikes, wow!, yay!
  • 73. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language ORIENTATION AND CAMPUS-BASED LANGUAGE Instead of using… ANY CUSS WORD Why? ● Most of the time it’s rude and inappropriate in the spaces when we’re together. Our roles are first-impression related and are focused on welcoming others. Swear/cuss words don’t fit our needs here. Use… darn, shoot, dang it, oh no!, yikes, wow!, yay!
  • 74. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. Inclusive Language NEW WORD! CALL IT OUT
  • 75. Reflections from the Journey / SOUL Scenario #6 Inclusive Environments
  • 76. Reflections from the Journey & SOUL Scenario #6 MANAGING MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES Reflections from the Journey ● Rate your week. ● Explain why you rated your week the way you did. ● What’s your plan for spring break? ● React to today’s class? How are you feeling about creating inclusive environments/inclusive language? What questions do you have? SOUL Scenario #6 It’s Saturday night after a long week of orientation sessions and SOUL Susie is hanging out in the residence hall. SOULs Taylor, Greg, and Sophie are also there. The group has a board game out and they’re kind of watching a movie, too. Greg: “Uhhh, I’m so glad it’s the weekend so I don’t have to use SOULpropriate language.” Sophie: “Me too! It’s so much pressure and no one really even cares.” Greg proceeds to tell a story using some language that would not be appropriate at work. Susie feels uneasy, but Greg is right. They’re not at work. How should Susie proceed?
  • 77. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR. The Nature of Group Leadership ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR NEXT WEEK Week 6: No Drop Rides ANNOUNCEMENTS ● Cycler Development Menu ○ Goals Workshop ● Employment paperwork. ● SOULpropriate clothing. ● Have a wonderful spring break! ● Grade updates. AFTER SPRING BREAK ● Checkpoint #2 due ○ Timeline ● Full book due: How to talk to anyone ● Cycler thoughts #3 ● Cycler thoughts #4
  • 78. SOUL Check-Ins Consultations with the Leadership Team
  • 79. TO TEAMWORK. TO TRUST. TO JOY. TO LOVE AND HONOR.