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Ruby Payne In-Person Workshop: A Framework for Understanding Economic Classes

May 27, 2021 .
Day 2 March 22nd 8:30am-3:30pm: Socio-economic Diversity and Wealth Creation Attendees of this presentation will learn about asocial-cognitive approach to socioeconomic class and the mindsets that often develop to survive the environment. It looks at the thinking in wealth, middle class, and poverty. Topics include hidden rules, language registers, the role of social bridging capital in transition, and the tools that communities and institutions can use to build social cohesion and sustainability. Institutional and community stability and instability is examined, as well as the necessity of moving the conversation from instability to wealth creation. The presentation will identify tools that assist in this transition.