Category Archives: leading for equity

Hate and Hurt in America: On Charlottesville

From our fierce leader, LaShawn Chatmon: Now more than ever we must stand resolute — committed to lead through listening, to lead with love, to lead with a historical and structural analysis – to lead for equity. The terror and … Continue reading

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Partner Blog: The Impact of NEP

We are humbled by this glowing and affirming piece on one leader’s experience of our work, published Next Gen Learning Challenges. Thank you, Next Gen, Greg Klein, and Sarah Luchs! Leading and Designing for Equity in Oakland Sarah Luchs August 18th, … Continue reading

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Think, Engage, and Act Differently

Equity leadership is about being self-aware, self-correcting and self-directed and is vital in developing the transformational habits, skills and practices that demonstrate moral courage, independent judgment and bold action for leading in complex systems. To think, engage and act differently as … Continue reading

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