BE THE CHANGE. RIGHT NOW.The world is shifting under our feet.
Learn how we can help ensure your organization…
20 Years of Building Leadership Capacity
for Change and Innovation
Adaptive Leadership Development
Team/individual leadership training engagements to introduce language, frameworks, and the tools of leadership to facilitate change and help navigate organizational and interpersonal complexity.
Our experiential (no PowerPoint) instruction is discovery-based, human-centered, and customized around building the capacity that helps you deal with what keeps you up at night.
Org. Change Consulting/Facilitation
Consulting, designing, facilitating, and co-creating experiences focused on supporting teams, and organizations doing the complex work of change, adaptation, and innovation.
How? Improving the capacity of your organization to let go of the past, guard what’s essential in the present and embrace the future that’s emerging.
Capacity Building for Educators
Experiential programs to help people expanding their teaching/facilitation techniques and methodologies to engage people to do important work.
Take advantage our large repertoire of experiential and innovative teaching technique (face-to-face and online) to make change happen.
Boost your creative skills and creative confidence with a structured approach to idea generation, exploration, and development.
Leverage the creative power of your people and harness it in easy-to-use new products/services/programs/processes designed from the ground up.
Teachable Moments of Leadership
Download 2 free chapters from the book
Case-in-Point Resources for Daring Leadership Educators
Case-in-Point is an immersive and experiential methodology to teach leadership. The idea is simple: people learn about leadership by experiencing it hands‐on in real time, rather than hearing someone talk about it. Teaching leadership experientially means recognizing, naming and reflecting upon leadership concepts as the group experiences them—as they materialize in front of our very eyes.
Download this guide to explore the importance of:
- Showing up as you are
- Acknowledging expectations and assumptions
- Harnessing the power of the first question