Mission

Our mission is to advance ethical leaders and build leadership capacity in order to create a more connected and inclusive community.

 

Vision

Our vision is an inclusive community where people of all backgrounds and circumstances participate in making their community more livable for everyone.

 

Values

Experiential Learning

Test your ideas; learn from the experience; build upon small successes.

 

Teamwork

Identify, develop, and leverage the strengths of others to reach shared goals.

 

Whole System Thinking

View problems holistically; identify the various individuals, organizations and institutions that hold a piece of the solution.

 

Relationships

Develop strong, trusting relationships by listening authentically, appreciating differences, and finding common ground.

 

Diversity

Engage leaders across all levels and sectors in the community; orchestrate the conflict inherent in different perspectives in order to produce innovation.

 

Nurturing Leadership

Identify what behaviors are essential to your success and what behaviors need to be shed in order to be successful in new leadership roles.

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