Our Plan of Action
When working with our clients and projects, we will speak on behalf of, and advocate for Racial Justice: "The systematic fair treatment of people of all races, resulting in equitable opportunities and outcomes for all."
We will be persistent in including Black voices within our coaching, facilitator, and consulting partners and subcontractors.
We will build an increased emphasis on justice and equity in the core curriculum of our leadership development programs.
We will improve our meeting design and facilitation practice in ways that achieve more equitable access to organizational discussions of purpose, artistry, governance, strategy, and culture.
We will seek out and participate in conversations and formal programs that advance our understanding of effective anti-racism and racial equity efforts within the arts and cultural profession, and across the nonprofit sector.
We are NOT neutral.
Black lives matter.
Join us for a conversation about scenario building, a timely, informed and efficient way to craft bold visions and useful strategies for moving forward in uncertain times. Times of disruption are also times of significant innovation. John will lead a 90-minute engagement around the four step scenario building process. Click here for more information and to register!
Rachel Lappen (Emerging Leaders
Program 2020) heads to the Jewish Federation of Cleveland as their Chief Development Officer. Learn more about ELP!
Noah Bloom (CAELI 2013), named as the Executive Director of the Neighborhood Music School in New Haven, CT. Congratulations Noah!