From Division to Collaboration

How to Listen & Lead Across the Urban/Rural Divide

Upcoming Workshops:

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“From Division to Collaboration” at GMU

If you are a student at George Mason University, please click here to register for the workshop we will be running on April 10th from 2:30-4pm in Robinson Hall B, Room 118!

Workshop Description:

Our story as a country begins with our stories as individuals. Where and how each of us grew up, the communities and identities that shaped who we are and the strengths we each bring to the table. We come from backgrounds as vast as the country itself. Instead of allowing that reality to entrench us in polarized politics and opposed identities, it is time to celebrate our differences as an opportunity for collaborative, innovative leadership that can mutually benefit the communities we each hold dear.

“From Division to Collaboration” is an interactive workshop that challenges students to self-examine their own stories and perspectives as they relate to geographic, political, and societal divisions in this country. Students then have the opportunity to practice utilizing their differences to engage in collaborative, innovative leadership within and across divided communities.

https://goo.gl/forms/OTBYNMvckSLwxWdJ2

“From Division to Collaboration” at GMU

If you are a student at George Mason University, please click here to register for the workshop we will be running on April 10th from 2:30-4pm in Robinson Hall B, Room 118!

If you are interested bringing the “From Division to Collaboration” workshop to your school please contact us. We would love to collaborate with you!

If you are interested in helping make this workshop available to all students, please consider contributing what you can: