Research shows staff members are more likely to remain committed and present with more investment in anti-oppression work.3
Going through a process of anti-oppression keeps organizations on top of their creative and innovative game.4
This work is multi-faceted, and multi-dimensional. It requires experience fielding all scenarios, a breadth of history, and a solid understanding of how organizations develop.
We will start with a conversation about what you're looking for, what you want it to look like, who will be in the room and how we can make lasting and impactful change over time. This first contact is critical in assessing how I can be the best fit for your organization.
We continue with a rigorous assessment to determine who will be in the room, who are the stakeholders, the history of how you arrived to where you are, where you want to be, and timelines.
We begin the process as an arc, not as an isolated talk or workshop. Whether we have one session or several, the work will be embedded with your organization for long-term change. This is urgent and necessary work, and the work we do together will position you to move forward.
My goal is to make it so that when we are finished with our process, you will have mechanisms in place to continue the work without me. A sign of my job well done is that you no longer need me. Our process includes tangible and long-term solutions throughout the period of work that will ensure you will have impactful and effective transformation for the next cycle of your organization.