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How to Develop and Support Leadership that Contributes to Racial Justice Edit Title
The report, How to Develop and Support Leadership that Contributes to Racial Justice, offers practical methods and recommendations to help leadership programs better prepare their participants to address racial inequalities in communities across the U.S. The publication, produced by the Leadership Learning Community in collaboration with other thought leaders in the racial equity and leadership development fields, is the first report to analyze the link between major philanthropy investments in the racial equity and leadership development fields. Key recommendations include: 1) Make programs more accessible to people of color by providing them with appropriate resources, training and tools; 2) Incorporate training and tools to help participants understand the impact of structural racism; and 3) Promote collective leadership – train participants to collaborate with others across different sectors and organizations in order to tackle the systems that maintain racial inequalities. For more information, please visit: http://bit.ly/LeadershipRaceInfo.
The publication is co-authored by: Terry Keleher, Applied Research Center (ARC); Sally Leiderman, Center for Assessment and Policy Development (CAPD); Deborah Meehan, Leadership Learning Community (LLC); Elissa Perry, Think.Do.Repeat.; Maggie Potapchuk, MP Associates; Professor john a. powell, The Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity; and Hanh Cao Yu, Ph.D., Social Policy Research Associates (SPR).
This report is the first in a series of publications, the Leadership for a New Era Series, launched by the Leadership Learning Community in 2009 to promote inclusive, networked and collective leadership approaches. The Series is funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation, The California Endowment, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Evelyn & Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, Kansas Leadership Center, and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
About the Leadership Learning Community
We are a national nonprofit organization transforming the way leadership development work is conceived, conducted and evaluated, primarily within the nonprofit sector. We focus on leveraging leadership as a means to create a more just and equitable society. We combine our expertise in identifying, evaluating and applying cutting-edge ideas and promising practices in the leadership development field, with access to our engaged national network of hundreds of experienced funders, consultants and leadership development programs, to drive the innovation and collaboration needed to make leadership more effective. We also offer the following consulting services to help programs and foundations optimize their leadership investment strategy: scans, evaluations and network development. For more information please visit www.leadershiplearning.org.
About Leadership for a New Era
The Leadership and Race publication is part of the Leadership for a New Era (LNE) Series. LNE is a collaborative research initiative launched in 2009 by the Leadership Learning Community. Through this initiative we seek to promote leadership approaches that are more inclusive, networked and collective. We believe the dominant leadership model that places a strong emphasis on the individual is limiting our ability to positively impact change in our society; so we have joined forces with a diverse group of funders, researchers, practitioners and consultants in the leadership development field to shift the current thinking. Our research focuses on the following four areas: Leadership and Race, Leadership and Networks, Collective Leadership, and Leadership Across Difference. We will test and promote ideas through face-to-face and online meetings, and produce a series of publications, practical assessment tools, and online resource directories for each area. More info: www.leadershipforanewera.org.
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