11 AM PT, NOVEMBER 9, 2015
In this webinar we will review the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, define what a healthy organization looks like, introduce the concept of intentional leadership, discuss professional development strategies for BMSM, explore ways to support human resources development in community based organizations and finally strengthen the quality of services you provide for BMSM.
11 AM PT, DECEMBER 17, 2015
During this informative webinar, Michael Everett will address the BMSM workforce needs around combating burnout and leadership development through professional development. By the end of the webinar you will be able to define burnout, define situational leadership, create a process for professional information transfer and professional skill development (enhance organizational development opportunities that may directly impact services for BMSM), understand frustrations that lead to burnout (support competency around the lived experiences of BMSM), survey BMSM dissatisfaction with professional development, and support engagement strategies for staff working with BMSM (situational leadership).
11 AM PT, MARCH 17, 2016
This is a live panel discussion to explore how to support strategies for working more effectively with high risk negatives. During the webinar, you will hear topic experts discuss the following: 1) Definition for High Risk Negatives (HRN) 2) Challenges working with HRN 3) Anecdotal dialogue to understand strategies to support working through HRN challenges and 4) Capacity building strategies to support program HRN work.
Panelists: Michael Terry Everett - Moderator; Dennis Obrien - Sexual Violence (Social conditions that facilitate high risk activity); Ian Scooter Haddock - PrEP (STD Risk/Living HIV Life); Timothy DuWhite - Condomless Sex ((Loneliness & Intimacy as a RISK, DRUG AND ALCOHOL USE); Donta Morrison - Stigma (HIV Campaigns); JaDawn White - Best Practice (SDH)
11 AM PT, MARCH 18, 2016
The goal of the webinar is to support strategies for working more effectively with HIV positive men of color. By the end of the webinar, panel discussion participants will have heard topic experts discuss: 1) The definition of HIV prevention with Positive 2) Challenges successfully working with PLWH 3) Anecdotal dialogue to understand strategies to support working through PWP challenges and 4) Capacity building strategies to support PWP work.
Panelists: Michael Terry Everett - Moderator; Natasha Speed; Timothy DuWhite; Greg Wilson; Wesley Thomas; Adrian Neil