Katie Sayers on the left teaching relaxation through yoga poses.
Submitted by Katie Sayers
Did you know that members of the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative often facilitate Inclusive Team Building Workshop for work-places and schools? The ILC’s most recent Inclusive Team Building Workshop was with the Cedar Secondary School Student Council, Vancouver Island, BC.
I was the lead facilitator for the first time. In facilitating this workshop, I was absolutely blown away by this next generation of youth leaders; their courage to stand up for inclusion, to expand their boundaries and to open their minds to see our diversity as gifts. Continue reading
Interview with Katie Sayers, Community Relations, Inclusive Leadership Co-operative
In this video, Katie shares her identity as a World Citizen and Inclusive Leader who views differences as strengths. She invites others who are passionate about diversity and inclusion to become involved in Inclusive Leadership Online Education.
Interview with Kix Citton, Inclusive Leadership Co-operative Board Member
In this video, Kix Citton shares what she has learned about building inclusive and welcoming communities by developing skills, awareness, and relationships based on embracing differences as strengths. She invites viewers to get involved in Inclusive Leadership.
After watching Kix’s video, we invite you to click on these links to learn more about getting involved in Inclusive Leadership. Continue reading
Inclusive Leaders gathered June 3 to 5, 2016 to explore, share, and celebrate the multitude of ways individuals and groups are transforming communities by embracing diversity. Linda Hill and Kirsten Gellein spent some time gathering insights from a few of the 90 participants. Continue reading
June 27 to 29, 2015: More than 75 people from diverse cultures, generations, abilities and places gathered on Vancouver Island, BC to explore, share, and celebrate the many ways Inclusive Leaders are transforming communities by embracing social diversity and bio-diversity. Continue reading
The Inclusive Leadership Co-operative has nominated six fabulous young Inclusive Leaders from the Cowichan Region for local Leaders of Tomorrow Awards. Here they are in alphabetical order by first name: Continue reading
Stephen Levesque’s story of bringing Inclusive Leadership to his community shows the powerful ripple effect that results from a single Inclusive Leader taking action. Stephen is an Inclusive Leader, a Parent, a Horticulture Therapist, and an Organic Farmer who lives on Gabriola Island located about five miles across the water from the city of Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Gabriola Island is a small island of forests, beaches, wildlife, and about 4,000 people running farms, resorts, and small businesses. Continue reading
Thank you Vivi de Graff, Communications Co-ordinator, Island Oak High School, Duncan, BC, Canada for your great news release that led to this post about how Inclusive Leader, Linda McDaniels, is putting Inclusive Leadership into action in high schools: Continue reading
“Music is for everyone and together young and old we will help build and sustain our diverse communities. Embracing the rhythms of Africa by singing, dancing and playing together, we will also improve our quality of life.” (Amy and Tafadzwa Matamba of Mbira Spirit)