Spotlight on Raj Gill: a Pioneering Inclusive Leader

Raj Gill co-founded Inclusive Leadership Adventures and the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative and so she truly is a pioneering Inclusive Leader!

Raj is also Director of Prosperity Circles Coaching International and an internationally reknowned Non-Violent Communication trainer certified by the International Centre for Nonviolent Communication.

Raj combines Inclusive Leadership, Communication with Compassion and Emotional Intelligence in her international coaching and facilitating practice. She works in BC and around the world, guiding diverse individuals and groups to experience how ideas, words and actions based on the power of human connection lead to universal success in developing harmonious relationships. Raj is co-author of the NVC Toolkit for Facilitators, and has developed compassionate communication curricula and manuals for a variety of organizations including Cowichan Intercultural Society, Inclusive Leadership, the Justice Institute of BC., University of BC, Langara College, Correctional Service of Canada and Langley Community Services Society.

8aOne of Raj’s many contributions to Inclusive Leadership is helping Inclusive Leaders create heart to heart connections by learning and practicing skills for communicating with compassion.

“Since 2002 I have been on a journey of sharing and understanding differences in an inclusive and safe way with Inclusive Leadership.  I have learned so many ways in which to feel comfortable and share in circles with people from many walks of life. This has impacted my life and business by helping me understand and facilitate in multiple ways in very diverse environments within the non profit sector, prisons, government, faith organizations, schools, community colleges, and university settings.”

I believe in the power of human connection to create universal success”

Stand Up For Inclusion

By Linda McDaniels

(Reprinted with permission from Cowichan Valley Voice, March 2017, Issue 100 Page 42)

LInda McDaniels is a founding member of with the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative and is a role model for Inclusive Leaders everywhere for thinking globally and acting locally.

On a global, national, and local scale we are seeing a rise in discrimination, unjust practices, violence, and hateful behaviors that are targeted towards people based on differences such as race, faith, gender, sexual orientation, ability, and economic circumstances. There is no time more relevant than now to seek ways to stand up, and stand together, so we can address these divisive and distressing issues. Continue reading