Inclusive Leadership Heart-to-Heart Online Cafe!
Each month, Inclusive Leaders from around the globe are invited to join Harriet Greenwood in England and Janice Milnerwood in Quebec for a live, free online heart to heart gathering.
- 9:45 am: Technology Check and help for anyone new to Zoom Video Conferencing
- 10:00 am to 11:10 am Gathering and Sharing
- meditation (3 minutes)
- round the circle check-in – briefly share greetings, a contribution about your life, and something you are leaving at the door (15 minutes)
- A few of us will have the opportunity to offer heart to heart sharing and to receive empathetic reflection. (50 minutes)
- 11:10 am to 11:30 am: Closing Circle
- Reflect by sharing something you learned and plan ahead by sharing something you will take away with you to try.
What Are the Benefits of Participating in our Heart to Heart Online Cafe?
- Connect across time, space and diversity with other caring and courageous Inclusive Leaders from around the world.
- Listen with compassion and empathy.
- Learn from experienced Inclusive Leaders who are role-modeling Inclusive Leadership skills for connecting with differences, communicating with compassion, standing up for inclusion and Building Bridges to inclusive and sustaining communities.
- Experience deep sharing about and support for carrying out the vital roles we each have to play in the places we are living, learning and leading in our diverse communities.
Hosted by: Harriet Greenwood and Janice Milnerwood, Members of The Inclusive Leadership Co-operative
What: Experience is the best teacher. The Inclusive Leadership Co-operative is made up of skilled and experienced Inclusive Leaders who are experts at providing experiential inclusive diversity education on line. You will find authentic, vibrant, interactive, mutual mentoring opportunities in whatever course you choose.
Cost: The Inclusive Leadership Co-operative thrives on the spirit of generosity. The Inclusive Leadership Heart to Heart Online Cafe is offered generously and freely to new and experienced Inclusive Leaders from around the world.
Let’s talk about time barriers: Only you can decide if this is the right time for you to choose the challenge of balancing one more ball along with all you are juggling in your full and busy life. If you are at work or in school you may find it helpful to talk to your boss and your teachers about how Inclusive Leadership Online offerings could be part of your professional development and continuing education.
And… if you cannot make this a priority right now – relax. Perhaps the time will be right for you to join the Inclusive Leadership Heart to Heart Online Cafe another month.
What are the outcomes of participating in Inclusive Leadership Online:
“I have learned that being an Inclusive Leader is about being more rather than always trying to do more and accomplish more. Instead of so much doing, I am slowing down to the speed of wisdom by deepening the quality of my leadership in my circles of influence.” (Harriet Greenwood, England).
“Everything I learn and practice within Inclusive Leadership Online, I take to my relationships with my family and to the children, youth, mentors, elders and other leaders in my community.” (Lillie Lentz, BC)
“As I become more connected with practicing Inclusive Leadership, I find that when I encounter a situation that challenges me, I have some little reminder thought-bubbles lighting up in my head such as, ‘If you were curious about this what would this look like?’ or ‘If you were accepting about this, what would this look like?’ (Sarah Mathison, Ontario)
“The more I practice being my whole self by showing up at Inclusive Leadership Online, the more skilled I becoming at travelling from circle to circle, connecting with strangers and becoming visible to my potential allies.” (Janice Milnerwood,Quebec).
“I am amazed at how important these Inclusive Leadership Online events have become for flying through my daily life with optimism and hope. With support from my mutual mentors, I have shifted into calm, caring, creative, courage.” (Linda Hill, BC)