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Submitted by LLC Staff on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 15:49
Submitted by LLC Staff on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 14:52
LLC worked on the evaluation for Cohort 1. We encourage you to share the following invitation far and wide.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2017
The Kresge Foundation Emerging Leaders in Public Health
Calling all local public health officers – apply now!
The Kresge Foundation is partnering with the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health (UNC) to recruit and select 20 teams for Emerging Leaders in Public Health (ELPH). ELPH is a leadership development initiative aimed at helping current and future local public health leaders advance innovative models which improve their organizations and position them for new opportunities to meet the changing health needs of their communities. Teams of two co-leaders will embark on an 18-month, action-oriented experience. They will focus on the development and implementation of a “transformative concept” that shifts or expands the capacity of their local health department. Participating leadership teams will receive coaching, education, and up to $125,000 from The Kresge Foundation to apply their leadership skills and competencies in the development and implementation of their concept.
Submitted by LLC Staff on Tue, 01/17/2017 - 19:36
We are excited to announce an LLC $25,000 Action Learning Seed Fund to activate learning about leadership supports that contribute to racial healing and advance racial equity.
We are supporting the Seed Fund through a core operating grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. We plan to fund 4-5 seed fund projects ranging between $4,000 - 8,000. There are two things you can do right now.
Submitted by LLC Staff on Thu, 12/22/2016 - 12:23
January 31, 2017
10:00 am -11:00 am Pacific
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern
In October 2016, Patrick Brown, Director of the Leadership Academy at Greenlining Institute organized a workshop on racial equity in leadership development for the Living the Next Economy Conference in Oakland. The presenters, Patrick Brown, Renato Almanzor, East Oakland Building Healthy Communities, and Deborah Meehan, Leadership Learning Community recently decided to recreate the workshop virtually for you in a format that will include breakout discussions, embodiment practices and the use of story.
Submitted by LLC Staff on Fri, 09/30/2016 - 03:08
LLC Webinar | A New Take on Scale: Matching the reach of your leadership work to your social purpose With Ed O'MalleySubmitted by LLC Staff on Fri, 09/30/2016 - 02:26
In partnership with the International Leadership Association, LLC is excited to present this webinar.
November 15, 2016
11:00am-12:00 pm Pacific | 2:00 pm Eastern
The Kansas Leadership Center has set out to change the civic culture of the state and to do this requires working at a scale of huge magnitude. This drives everything: their assumptions about leadership; humility about their own capacity and the need to partner and give their curriculum away; and the need to experiment with delivery strategies. KLC now directly trains 2,000 people a year AND upwards of 40,000 people have had access to their core programming. Join a virtual conversation with KLC President Ed O'Malley to hear about their experiments, challenges and innovations being driven by a commitment to scale.
Leadership Webinar Series | Materials for Transforming White Privilege: A 21st Century Leadership CurriculumSubmitted by LLC Staff on Wed, 08/31/2016 - 15:36
Date: October 27, 2016 | 11:00 - 12:00pm Pacific | 2:00 PM - 3:00pm Eastern
CAPD, MP Associates and World Trust have recently launched the Transforming White Privilege: A 21st Century Leadership Capacity training curriculum online, (link - https://www.racialequitytools.org/module/overview/transforming-white-pri...), through the Racial Equity Tools website and community (link - https://www.racialequitytools.org). The curriculum was created to help formal and informal leaders identify, talk productively about and intervene to address white privilege and its consequences, in all of their many spheres of influence.
Submitted by LLC Staff on Wed, 08/31/2016 - 14:56
Sangha means spiritual community in the Buddhist tradition; paradoxically, during the first six summers, our task at Dalai Lama Fellows, a global network of young social innovators working at the intersection of justice, peace, and ecology, was to create a global, secular community of mindful, compassionate, and ethical leaders.
“At African Leadership Academy, I learned that there are about four thousand different definitions of leadership; the one that resonates most for me is that leadership means making yourself replaceable,” said Hind Ourahou from Morocco at our sixth annual Dalai Lama Fellows Ethical Leadership Assembly earlier this summer. Her work has focused on water and education on the African continent.
Submitted by LLC Staff on Fri, 07/29/2016 - 09:48
Never in a million years did I ever think I would use data and mindfulness in the same sentence. For the past two months, I’ve been wearing a rock in a bra, a device called Spire. You think of it as a Fitbit for stress developed by the Calming Technology Lab at Stanford University. You wear it in your bra or clip it to your waist, and it measures your breath. It streams data to an app on your phone like your step count, but more importantly gives you a report on whether you are calm, tense, or focused based on the length, depth, and spacing of your breath.
Submitted by LLC Staff on Fri, 07/29/2016 - 00:56
We need to break away from the traditional, Westernized story of the heroic leader toward a more expansive, sustainable, and community-oriented leadership approach. This is the premise of this piece by Senior Project Director Michelle Gislason, which takes readers on a journey starting with thoughts on our current political landscape and ending with how we can create change in our communities—with stops along the way to consider adaptive leadership, outdated power paradigms, and nonprofit leadership. Enjoy the ride!
I have been watching the recent election coverage with a combination of dismay and disillusionment. As someone who self-identifies as progressive and works for social justice, the majority of the candidates not only don't speak to me, they don't speak for me. Personal attacks, verbal attacks, racism. And this is just from the left. The leading candidate for president on the Republican side is a racist, misogynistic demagogue. Just, wow. How disheartening and enraging. The one candidate who has come close to speaking to me? Well, the irony is not lost on me that hope for a revolution has been claimed by a 70-year-old white man from Vermont.