Collaborative Decision-Making and Shared Leadership
How can we develop as compassionate and responsive leaders? How do we create spaces for growth and understanding under these conditions? How should we carry forward best practices for virtual connection into a post-pandemic future?
During a time when many of us are working remotely and seeking new ways to collaborate, build community, and create change, the Switzer Foundation has partnered with the Interaction Institute for Social Change to provide two 90-minute webinars on bringing facilitative leadership to virtual work:
- Designing for Love and Equity in Virtual Meetings. In this webinar, you will learn to: articulate why bringing love and equity into virtual meetings is an important practice for facilitative leaders; use transformative prompts, mindfulness and affinity spaces; and use arts and healing to bring love and equity into your virtual meetings.
- Collaborative Decision-Making and Shared Leadership. In this webinar, you will learn to: articulate what "shared leadership" is and why it's important to organizations, networks, and the world right now; promote equitable leadership and operate in ways that foster "power-with" instead of "power-over;" and engage stakeholders in collaborative decision making.
Registration is limited to 50 people for each session. These events are limited to Switzer Fellows only.
Registered participants will have access to recordings of two additional webinars on related topics (Managing Power Dynamics in Virtual Meetings and Balancing the Dimensions of Success: Results-Process-Relationship).