Leading Cultures of Belonging

Leading Cultures of Belonging

The 21st-century leader, by definition, is a leader who can create, lead, and guide a “culture of belonging”—a culture that accepts, values, and leverages the strength in differences.  However, incorporating inclusive practices does not occur automatically, rather it requires a strategic process that includes self-reflection, measurable goals, and specific actions to achieve positive results.

The Executive Inclusive Leadership Academy will provide the knowledge, tools, skills, and resources to create transformative change in your organization.

Customized Curriculum

100% Virtual Format

Variety of Assessment Tools

Tuition includes all course materials and assessments.

Sessions

Creating Cultures of Belonging

The Power of Place

Equality- vs Equity-Leadership Practices

Inclusive Leadership + Crisis Management

Leading through Crisis vs. Managing the Response

Emergency preparedness and protocols

Communicating + Connecting

Elevating "Hidden" Voices

Guiding Difficult Conversations

The Paradigm Shift

Emotional- vs Strategic-based Leadership

Policy, Practice and Systemic Change

Program Dates

March 31, 2021 – May 19, 2021

Wednesdays 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST

TUITION

REGISTRATION Deadline: March 24

$3,999

Who's It For?

The Executive Inclusive Leadership Academy is for anyone serving in a leadership capacity seeking to create cultures of belonging within their educational or academic institutions, including but not limited to:

Contact us at info@ccbydesign.org for team rates (5+).

Interested in Executive Coaching?

Do you want specialized support to increase self-awareness, clarify goals, and unlock your full potential as an inclusive leader? Include an executive coaching package to deliver optimal results.

Add Executive Coaching for

$1,999

Package includes four 1-hour sessions

identify desired impact and outcomes including specific long- and short-term goals

gain insight about how you engage with cultural differences

determine "gap analysis" of intentions and function in leadership