for Organizations

“We will be known forever by the tracks we leave.”

          Dakota Indian Proverb

Organizations profoundly shape individuals and communities. Organizations are the institutional structures in which people gather. We are a social species and belonging to networks, groups and organizations gives meaning to our lives. At Conditioning Leaders we are committed to working with networks, teams and organizations to make them the most visionary, sustainable and aligned environments they can be so that they serve and support individuals, communities and the world in which they are connected.

  1. Training
    • Coaching Skills Training
    • Facilitation Techniques
    • Effective Meeting Practices
    • Learning Events
    • Conflict Resolution/Mediation
    • Open Space Technology
    • Team Building
    • Project Management
    • Designing Program Outcomes
    • Measuring Outcomes
    • Goal Setting
    • Communication
    • Managing Performance
    • Professional Development Programs
    • Somatic Leadership
  1. Facilitation
    • Appreciative Inquiry
    • Open Space Technology (www.openspaceworld.org)
    • Conflict Resolution/Mediation
    • Team Building
  1. Organizational Development
    • Vision and Mission
    • Strategic Planning
    • Community Engagement
    • Culture and Systems Change Management
    • Group Dynamics
    • Evaluating Impact
    • Employee Satisfaction and Retention
    • Board Development
    • Collaborations and Partnerships
    • Cross Functional Teams
  1. Succession Planning
    • Executive Transitions
    • Board
    • Staff
  1. Inclusion, Power and Equity
    • Power Analysis
    • Race Relations and Dynamics in the workplace
    • Developing a multicultural organizational identity and culture
    • Developing an anti-racist organizational identity and culture
    • Cultural and Diversity Organizational Assessments/Audits
    • Developing a Business Case for Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
    • Recruitment: Outreach and Retention Strategies
    • Theory and Frameworks
    • Curriculum Development
    • How to facilitate and navigate these difficult conversations
    • White Privilege
    • Biases and Stereotypes