The Art of Leading Collectively: Enlivening Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the Berkshires” (Part 1) | May 25
The Art of Leading Collectively: Enlivening Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in the Berkshires” (Part 1): - Dominic Stucker from the Collective Leadership Institute was invited to facilitate an interactive session on “The Art of Leading Collectively: Enlivening DEI in the Berkshires". In this session, Dominic explained shared language and the importance in developing a shared language within the Cohort on leading change collectively. He introduced his tool, The 6 Dimensions of the Collective Leadership Compass to guide to Cohort through opportunities for improvement and self reflection. He also focused on personal development. He used the Collective Leadershp Compass assessment as a baseline to engage the Cohort in a peer coaching session with their accountability buddy. The goal was for the team to set intentions for development as a collective leader to advance their DEI mission of business imperative. Together with their Project Team, the Cohort developed ideas for an emotionally compelling goal and/or narrative for their DEI arts initiative.
BIO: Dominic Stucker is an action-oriented collaborator who convenes diverse teams to collectively lead sustainability transformations.
With over 20 years’ experience as a dialogic facilitator and process steward, he is specialized in consensus building, visioning, process architectures, and governance structures for delivering on the Sustainable Development Goals. As Managing Partner with the Collective Leadership Institute, Dominic has helped enliven numerous collaboration ecosystems, e.g. for social cohesion in Sri Lanka; technical education in Egypt; and water security in Zambia. Partners have included the ADB, EU, GIZ, IUCN, IWMI, Oxfam, UNDP, UNICEF, UNODC, USAID, and WWF.
Dominic is a Donella Meadows Leadership Fellow and holds degrees in Environmental Security and Governance from the UN-mandated University for Peace; in Education from Brown University; in Comparative Literature from Stanford University; and in Liberal Arts from Simon’s Rock College. He is trained in cultural competence, appreciative inquiry, and systems thinking. Dominic has published with Routledge, MIT Press, and academic journals, including this recently co-authored book: Leading Transformative Change Collectively: A Practitioner Guide to Realizing the SDGs.
Dominic was born in Germany and has lived in a dozen countries in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He currently makes his home in rural Massachusetts, USA with his wife and teenage twin sons, with whom he enjoys building Legos, biking, and rock climbing.
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