Big thanks and congratulations to Inclusive Leader, Ayodele Moffett, for co-writing “The Alphabet Community: Who We Are and What We Need From You” recently published in The International Journal for Direct Support Professionals, Volume 8, Issue 2 by Dave Hingsburger, Virginia Jahyu, Luke Lynn, and Ayodele Moffett.
“The Alphabet Community” article clearly defines the diversity of identities within the LGBT+ community with a comprehensive glossary of terms. “The idea that a community aims to be one community built out of many communities is kind of beautiful don’t you think?” (p. 1). The glossary is a back drop for a treasure trove of practical information for Inclusive Leaders every where no matter where we are on our life-long learning curves embracing our own and others’ diversity with connection, compassion, creativity and courage. Although the main audience for this article is professionals who are paid to support people with disabilities, this article is a valuable resource for anyone in any kind of a support role (such as parent, teacher, care-giver, service provider, counsellor) and is a valuable tool for self advocates, advocates and allies everywhere. Continue reading
submitted by Linda Hill
Monday, January 21, 2019 is Martin Luther King day in the USA. A goal of this day is to participate in community service that emulates Martin Luther King’s efforts to free the USA of discrimination.
“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” (Martin Luther King) Continue reading
Registration is underway for our upcoming guided online quest to Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential beginning January 24. We are half way to our goal of welcoming thirty champions of diversity and inclusion to embark on this journey together. We encourage you to sign up for this online learning adventure and invite others from across Canada and around the world who are passionate about diversity and inclusion to participate with you. Continue reading
The Inclusive Leadership Co-operative is a co-operative association that is run by ILC members and friends of the ILC with a mission to bring diverse people together to nurture and mentor Inclusive Leadership development in ourselves, our communities and our world.
We invite you to read over our vision for 2019 and consider where and how you would like to volunteer. Then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can welcome your volunteer contributions. Continue reading
Inclusive Leadership Education is the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative’s collaborative and inspiring gift to the world.
This post – collaboratively written Nov 25 and Dec 2, 2018 by 23 members and supporters of the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative – helps explain why members of the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative are so dedicated to bringing diverse people together to nurture and mentor Inclusive Leadership development. Continue reading
How do Inclusive Leaders contribute to our communities in ways that “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”? (United Nations SDG 4).
How do Inclusive Leaders “provide all, especially children and youth, with educational opportunities that empower them to contribute actively to sustainable development”? (Earth Charter).
This post was collaboratively written by Inclusive Leaders from around the world who spent two months sharing leadership on a guided online group expedition: Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential. Continue reading
submitted by Claudia Sanchez
Here I am participating in “Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential” online. I feel gratitude for the community we are co-creating and have really enjoyed the journaling, writing and reflecting activities in this course. I feel so attracted to Anti-discrimination First Aid and Skills for Connecting with Differences, especially the skill of relaxing. Continue reading