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5:00 to 6:00 PM: Grange Program: How can we speak up in the face of bad behavior?
October 3 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Everyone encounters bad behavior–what makes it hard to challenge and change?
Join Grange members, in person or via ZOOM to hear Prof. Catherine Sanderson on this important question–and on practical strategies that we can all use to speak up and take action.
This excellent program was recorded (except for the first 10 minutes), here are links to the recordings:
This video recording includes the slides which Dr. Sanderson included and discussed in her presentation, and the discussion after she finished it.
20-10-03 Catherine Sanderson–chat text with links (The links include several other publications and appearances by Dr. Sanderson)
Grange Lecturer Carl Etnier has invited Amherst Psychology Professor Catherine Sanderson, who has researched “the psychology of inaction” to speak with us on the difficulties most of us experience in confronting damaging behaviors, and making changes. You can read more on her Sanderson Speaking website.
People who want to join us in person will be required to wear a mask, and to maintain 6′ “Social Distance” to help us all avoid the chance of spreading the Coronavirus. We will have exhaust fans operating and windows open as much as possible, in addition.
To join the Zoom meeting starting at 5:00 from your computer or smart-phone, use this link:
To join the meeting, audio only from your phone, dial this number: 646 558 8656