At all times, we remain grounded in our purpose and focused on our values of inclusion and responsibility.
COVID-19 does not distinguish between nationality, race or geographic origin, and ALA’s steadfast commitment to inclusion and care will always guide our actions. Let’s stand as the source of transformation and do what we can to take care of ourselves and the entire ALA community! Also, be clear that there are growth opportunities available in this experience if we powerfully choose them.
Rather than being an obstacle, this is undoubtedly an opportunity to grow closer together in this time of uncertainty. We can become even stronger than we already are. Let’s be the example of what’s possible for all of humanity. Let’s be proactive, rather than reactive. Remember that, as leaders, we do not operate from fear. We operate from possibility.
WHEN COMING TO OUR IN PERSON TRAININGS:
- Please evaluate your personal health and risk level and make decisions considering the impact on the collective health of both yourself and the other participants before participating in our trainings.
- Do not come if you are sick or someone you are in close contact with is sick.
- Please wash your hands frequently at the training (every chance you get). If you are unsure of proper hand washing techniques please take the time to educate yourself of the most effective practices to slow the spreading of any possible viruses.
- Additionally, focus on what you want to create instead of giving your energy to what you want to prevent.
Here is a link to proper hand washing techniques if you are unfamiliar with the process or would like a refresher:
CDC Proper Hand Washing Technique
If you do cough or sneeze, do it into the crook of your elbow or facial tissue – not your hands. Throw away the facial tissue immediately.
Masks MUST be worn at all times during the trainings.
It is important that you be accurate and honest when it comes to your health and deciding to attend an in person training.
Please do not attend any of our in person trainings if:
- you have had symptoms of a cold or flu within 48 hours of the event
- you have a stomach upset within 48 hours of the event
- you are running a fever or have a dry cough within 48 hours of the event
- someone you are in close contact with or live with has had any of the previous conditions within 48 hours of the event.
If you are choosing not to attend due to the above reasons, you have the option to transfer to the next appropriate training. Read more about our tuition and transfer policy.