About this course
PART 2: Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential
Join Dr. Linda Hill and compassionate and courageous Inclusive Leaders from around the world for PART 2: Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential
Who is Part 2 for?
Everyone who has participated in Part 1: Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential is invited to enroll in Part 2.
There is no extra cost for Part 2.
You can sign up for Part 2 as soon as you finish Part 1 or you can take a break before signing up for Part 2.
Where and When
Participate from anywhere in the world via your computer. Learn through experiential education: videos, practice activities, reflecting, journaling, and sharing in a discussion forum and optional video meetings.
Part 2: Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential is 4 more weeks of Participatory Action online learning at your own pace
- 3-4 self paced hours per week of videos, handouts, experiential education activities and journaling.
- 1-2 hours per week practicing what you are learning while sharing and dialoguing with new and experienced Inclusive Leaders in our online Discussion Forum
- Optional heart-to-heart video meetings the first Saturday of each month 10 am to 11:30 am Pacific Time. Click here to convert to your local time zone.
- 4-1 Welcome to PART 2: Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential
- 4-2 Networking: Welcome back to the Discussion Forum
- 4-3 Gathering Your Thoughts: Looking back on the quest so far
- 4-4 Part 2 Course Outline
- 4-5a What a View!: A Compare and Contrast View of Inclusive Leadership
- 4-5b What A View: A Story Teller's View of Inclusive Leadership
- 4-5c What a View!: An Artist's View of Inclusive Leadership)
- 4-6 Reflect, Journal, Share
- 4-7 Action Planning: Setting Your Intentions For The Rest of Part 2
- 5-1 Module 5: Overview
- 5-2 Networking: Sharing Gratitude
- 5-3 Gathering Your Thoughts: At Home With Nature
- 5-4 Explore Compassionate Communication With Raj Gill
- 5-5 Experiential Learning: Compassionate Communication Workbook
- 5-6 Experiential Learning 2: Compassionate Listening On The Discussion Forum
- 5-7 Reflect, Journal, Share
- 5-8 Action Planning: Listening With Intention
- 7-1 Module 7: Overview
- 7-2 Networking: Being An Ally
- 7-3 Gathering Your Inner Truth
- 7-4 Discover Your Stage of Change
- 7-5 Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Action Plan
- 7-6 Embrace Your Inclusive Leadership Action Plan
- 7-7 You are Invited to Share Your Feedback
- 7-8 More Inclusive Leadership Opportunities
- 7-9 Thank You
- 7-10 How to Request Your Certificate
What Do Participants Have to Say About Part 2: Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential
"I loved the sequence of the content of the course and the discussion forum. After each module I found I was raising questions that the following modules had already been set up to answer. One of the thing that will stick with me is about being inclusive even when I am stuck. When I am faced with a crisis, argument, commotion or distraction from implementing a plan. Instead of asking, what should I do, I will ask, What CAN WE DO!!! (Temo Sasau, Advocate, Fiji Islands, South Pacific).
"As a nonviolent communication practitioner and facilitator, I wanted to find new skills and perspectives for working in environments where basic needs are not met or there are belief systems that prevent compassion. I really enjoyed how building communities that support each other is a medicine for discrimination and injustice. I opened my vision of what a leader is and what inclusive leadership can do to empower people and bring together differences." Claudia Sanchez, Full Communication Practitioner and Facilitator, Colombia).
“I am so grateful for this top-notch course that the world needs more of. How about if each and every person in areas such as Uganda undertook a basic course in understanding inclusiveness? Would we learn not to be harsh while connecting with different people? Would this lead to a society where everyone is welcomed?” (Joanita Babirye, Founder and Director, Rainbow Smiles Foundation, Uganda)
"Imagine the world where all people feel they have a role in leadership; leading, learning, and living in a whole new way! I am grateful for the helpful tools this course has given me.” (Lynn Smith, Farmer, Program Leader, Musician, BC, Canada)
"I have learned the Importance of compassionate listening and slowing down to the pace of wisdom. Responding to others' comments in a more appreciative and respectful way, without bias enhances healthy conversation." (Tosin Taiwo, Founder, Street2School Initiative, Nigeria).
Inclusive Leadership Co-operative
About the instructor
The Inclusive Leadership Co-operative (ILC) is a non-profit community service association based on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada that provides community-based diversity education for people from diverse generations, cultures and communities. We prepare participants to live, learn and lead more inclusively by embracing the diversity in all living beings as gifts that enrich the world. Click here to take a look at our ILC website.
We guide new and experienced Inclusive Leaders to share leadership in educating each other about our interconnected diversity challenges while nurturing and mentoring Inclusive Leadership skills for:
- Building Bridges of equality
- Connecting With Differences
- Communicating With Compassion
- Standing up for inclusion with Anti-Discrimination First Aid.
The outcome of practicing Inclusive Leadership is contributing actively to safety, respect, justice, and peace in your diverse community.
"This is the best experience I've got in Canada. It's amazing...you should join the Inclusive Leadership Program!" (Mohammad Binaz, International Student from India)
The ILC's Inclusive Leadership Online courses and practice groups are deeply rooted in fifteen years of experiential Inclusive Leadership education with several thousand professionals, students, volunteers and other leaders from Vancouver Island, other parts of BC, Canada and the world. The ILC is adapting our renowned experiential education workshops and weekend retreats into a series of interactive, online courses enhanced by live video gatherings.
Inclusive Leadership for our Global Village is quickly becoming a lively, vibrant mutual mentoring hub for authentic Inclusive Leaders who are connecting across time, space and diversity with other caring and courageous Inclusive Leaders around the world.
"Kudos on making your work internationally accessible. So pleased this interesting and necessary initiative is combining social and environmental. Long overdue. Love that you have integrated a comprehensive inclusive approach to everything including registration fees. Your values shine through it all." (Vickie Cammack and Al Etmanski, Social Innovations that Spread from the Margins to the Mainstream)
How to Enroll
Have you participated in Part 1 of Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential? Are you ready to Join Dr. Linda Hill and a team of skilled and experienced Inclusive Leaders on this guided quest to your Personal Action Plan for living, learning and leading in your diverse community?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will enroll you in Part 2 of Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential.
Outcomes of Participating in Discover Your Inclusive Leadership Potential.
You will leave your quest well prepared for living, learning and leading more inclusively in your diverse community.
You will develop a positive, possible, and practical Action Plan based on your stage of being the changes you want to see in the world.
Your action plan will integrate Inclusive Leadership skills with your passions, concerns and your other skills and experience.
You will be ready to carry out what you plan in ways that are realistic and meaningful for you.
You will find inspiration, understanding and confidence in yourself as an Inclusive Leader in our world that has become a Global Village.
“This material is excellent for using in workshops, classrooms, facilitation settings and more! I look forward to integrating this materials into my work and volunteer services”. (Katie Sayers, Community Relations Builder, Facilitator, Teacher, Nanaimo, BC, Canada).
"With help of Inclusive Leadership and my effort l was awarded Staff of the year in my organization." (Momodu Sesay, Sierra Leone).
“As a youth leader and founder of the Street to School Initiative in Nigeria, Africa, this course has made me intensely appreciate the diversity in children that is beyond skin color and ethnicity. By appreciating each child’s differences we can relate with every child as a hero. I will share this with the teachers who work with us.” (Tosin Taiwo. Founder Street2School Initative, Nigeria).
“I learned that when there is discrimination and alienation, there is an injury to the community. What WE do is the first healing thought because it begins to re-establish connections. I have re-established networking and relaxing as regular health practices.” (Lindsay Beal, Spider's Eye, a home-based, creative arts business in BC, Canada).
“Networking and reaching out to others are at the heart of creating inclusion in our communities. I feel warmly embraced by a community of leaders dedicated to creating an inclusive world.” (Susan Norris, Bookkeeper, BC, Canada)
"When I signed up for this course, I was having difficulties communicating with my colleagues and subordinates. It has been great and awesome participating in this training, especially the teaching approach that encouraged quality of communication and full-participatory learning for imparting knowledge during each module. As a result of this course, my relationship with my colleagues is far better. I am getting positive responses by learning to be a good listener which leads me to speak with confidence and humility and avoid discrimination of any kind in my relationships with people."(Jude Otago, Administrator and Manager, Nigeria).
“I reached my goals of having the skills to build stronger connections and stronger communities. This course gave me maturity to resolve situations by ensuring everyone feels listened to and that everyone’s needs are met.” (Emily, New Mom, Alberta, Canada)
"As an advocate and leader in a few key groups within my community, and organization, which needs to be inclusive in its approach, I signed up to this course because I wanted to find out what I needed as a leader to make my approach more inclusive. What I discovered was that to be inclusive, not only do I need to know and be conscious about how I relate to people, how to communicate better with them but also to get the approval and endorsement of the space that I am showing up in - including nature – to provide an atmosphere that will guide my role to be inclusive to other individuals and groups." (Temo Sasau, Advocate, Fiji Islands, South Pacific).
"My goal was to form a bond to heal the world of hate, discrimination and violence through love, kindness and affection. I’ve been inspired! I have not only discovered my Inclusive Leadership potential but also have a vivid idea of an implementation plan.” (Chuks Okoriekwe, Lawyer, Mediator, Human Rights Advocate, Nigeria)
"Thank all of you so much for this great trip, I'm so grateful for your support , your magical words, your seeds which grew into me with self confidence , hope and love! Feeling proud of my certificate!" (Shayma Awedi, Surgical Nursing Student, Tunisia).
We look forward to embarking on this voyage of discovery with you!