We are hitting the road!
The Brave Tour is our “show on the road” to elevate and enliven the conversations we have at work about leadership, partnership and courage. There are 3 events at every stop of the tour--come to one or come to all!
#1 Fit for Human Life: The Workshop (half day)
We will be launching Moe’s newest book, Bravespace Workplace: Making Your Workplace Fit for Human Life. The Brave Tour will have at its core a 4-hour workshop for leaders at every level exploring the human needs that work fulfills and the five levers for making your workplace one where people can show up as they are, both worthy and flawed, and do great things together. In this interactive workshop we will identify strategies for activating, enlivening, and tenderly supporting the complex humans who work for you so that they can bring their complete selves to your organization every day.
#3 Get It, Together: Listening Sessions With Women on Racial Equity and Partnership at Work (3 hours)
Women can and do change the world. And today’s geopolitical climate has activated and enlivened powerful and hard conversations that matter between and across all dimensions of difference. As a white woman and a woman of color, we at Moementum seek to understand more about partnership and problems between women like us at work. While there have been improvements in the status of women globally, we still have a very long way to go, and white women have benefited disproportionately from the women’s rights movement of the last 150 years. Racial tensions are out there, and white fragility is real, and we have work to do.
Eventually, and as a result of these listening sessions, we envision a new workshop and conversation between white women and women of color that tangibly provides tools and skills for finally elevating all of us together. We want to Get It (Together) in the truest sense. We want to get into real partnership. We want to get honest. We want to get real. We want to get through the dark middle. We want to get enlivened. We want to get healed. We want to get equity. We want to get each other. We want to get messy. We want to get the hand we also want to give.
But before we want to offer solutions, we want to listen. Hard. Deep. Fast. With curiosity and to understand. So, while we are on the Bravespace Tour, we are hosting structured dialogue sessions for white women and women of color to explore how we work together and where we don’t; what gets in the way; where it hurts; where it works.
These 3-hour sessions will be structured and facilitated with appropriate boundaries for safety even as they invite courage. We won’t be offering solutions or ideas or tips or tools or anything tangible to take away. We expect to end them with more questions than answers. We agree to tolerate the ambiguity and confusion we may open up.
We promise that every woman who attends will be named and credited as helping shape our work (if you choose) and you will the absolute first to be invited to any next steps or
programming we develop.
#2 Dare to Lead™ 2 Day Workshop (with optional certification)
We believe a leader is anyone who takes responsibility for finding the potential in people and processes, and who has the courage to develop that potential. Based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown, Dare to Lead is an empirically based courage-building program offering leaders skills for having hard conversations, holding themselves and others accountable, leading with empathy and connection, taking smart risks that lead to innovation, building trust, resetting quickly after disappointments and setbacks, and giving and receiving feedback – even when it’s tough. Especially when it’s tough. This 16-hour workshop, facilitated by Moe Carrick, a Certified Dare to Lead Facilitator™, focuses on courage as a collection of four skill sets that are teachable, measurable, and observable.
Upon completion, participants have the option to become Dare to Lead certified. Upon successful completion of the training and an exam, participants will receive a LinkedIn badge recognizing their mastery of the four skill sets of courage and admission to a private LinkedIn group.