Social Change Mentoring
But with addressing social problems effectively, sometimes there are no second chances if you make a wrong move.
You can too easily erode trust with key stakeholders. This eroded trust can be difficult (and sometimes impossible) to restore. The secret sauce of facilitating social change is building a culture of belonging and trust. This involves both inner and outer work.
The most important instrument for social change is you.
Connect with Jessie Sutherland to discuss your needs as a leader and customized strategies to meet the social change needs of your community or organization.
3 Steps to Build a Culture of Belonging
Together, the resources offered here will prepare you for your Power Hour call(s) with Jessie Sutherland.
In Part 1, you’ll be introduced to the Belonging Matters framework and the learning guide to help you get started with identifying the focus of your efforts, your strengths and your team. You will learn our proven framework for facilitating change and have an opportunity to think about how it applies in your context.
In Part 2, you'll explore the three steps to build a culture of belonging, step-by-step. The reflections will help you identify where to focus your efforts for the greatest impact to facilitate lasting and sustainable change.
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Community of Practice Calls
With All Power Hours
You'll have the opportunity to join the monthly Community of Practice group calls to connect with others who have taken our courses to learn from and with each other. It’s a place you can ask questions, as well as share success stories and challenges.
On each 60-minute group call, you’ll gain:
Essential Worldview Skills For a Rapidly Changing World
With 6-Pack of Power Hours
Join an international cohort of leaders and learners in Jessie's 3-part online training: Essential Worldview Skills For A Rapidly Changing World.
Access the essential building blocks of understanding worldviews and how to engage them to create change. The video trainings feature exceptional guest speakers who share their powerful stories and case studies for you to learn, integrate and apply practical skills to increase your impact in your social change efforts.
You’ll learn what Jessie considers to be the three must-have worldview skills in building a culture of belonging and together, building a sustainable, just and interconnected world.
- 1Skills for Engaging Worldviews Effectively
- 2Skills for When Worldviews Collide
- 3Skills for Regenerating Worldviews
Deepen your understanding of what a worldview is, why it matters, and how the understanding and skills you’ll gain will support long-term transformative change in individuals, organizations, and communities.
About Jessie Sutherland,
An international speaker, trainer, and consultant, Jessie Sutherland works with organizations and communities to engage diversity, build belonging and ignite intercultural collaboration.
Recipient of BC Community Achievement Award (2023), her approach creates sustainable community change that effectively addresses complex social problems.
Jessie’s work has been delivered in over eight languages and has taken her across Canada and around the world to support communities in their efforts to address challenging issues including workplace inclusion, poverty, homelessness, the overdose crisis, elder abuse, reconciliation, youth engagement and more. Many of her clients go on to win awards for their work in engaging diversity and fostering collaboration for sustainable and lasting change.
As founder of the organization Intercultural Strategies, Jessie helps leaders and groups build cultures of belonging to create change in an inclusive and positive way. She is the innovator of the award-winning Belonging Matters framework and community change model designed to change mindsets, deepen interconnections, impart greater social capital and build stronger communities.
Jessie holds a M.A in Dispute Resolution, is a TEDx speaker and author of the book, Worldview Skills: Transforming Conflict from the Inside Out.