Join Brooke for a profound conversation with Trish Tchume, Director of Liberatory Leadership Practice at the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and Ericka Stallings, co-ED of the Leadership Learning Community. They delve into the essence of liberatory leadership, discussing the significance of designing spaces that align with our values and not just with the expectations of high-impact organizations. This episode explores the theory and practice of creating liberated zones and asks the right questions to foster a work environment where everyone thrives.
What Listeners Will Learn:
- The fundamental aspects of practicing liberation in leadership.
- Strategies for designing workspaces that reflect true values and support wholehearted participation.
- The concept of liberated zones and practical steps to establish them.
- Understanding liberatory leadership and its significance in today’s world.
- The importance of intentional space design in leadership roles.
- How language and time usage can shape organizational values.
- The role of continuous questioning in promoting a liberatory mindset.
- Insights into creating and sustaining liberated zones in various contexts.
- Defining Liberatory Leadership: Gain clarity on what liberatory leadership entails.
- Intentional Space Design: Learn how to create spaces that align with core values.
- Questioning for Liberation: Understand the role of continuous questioning in leadership.
- Creating Liberated Zones: Explore practical ways to establish spaces of liberation.
- Liberatory Leadership Project: A program focused on leadership development and capacity building for a thriving world.
- Leadership Learning Community: A platform co-led by Ericka Stallings.