- July 2, 2022
- 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
- Online with Kerubo Abuya
This workshop will enable aspiring and current transformative leaders from any industry and sector to explore the role of identity and learn how to apply the African philosophy of personhood, Utu- Ubuntu-Obomwanyabanto Consciousness, and Eisler’s Cultural Transformative Theory for the cultivation of more diverse, equitable, inclusive, and humane cultures through transformative change. Participants are encouraged to come to the workshop with an idea for a mini project to which they can apply what they learn as a foundation for a transformative change intervention. The project can be from any industry or sector (public or private) to include but not limited to civil society - social justice, human rights, accountability, leadership, and governance, etc - organizational, business, political, religious, cultural, community, family, interpersonal or personal leadership contexts.
Kerubo Abuya is an Adjunct Lecturer in the Transformative Leadership Program, CIIS. As a social scientist, educator, consultant, coach, Pan African intersectional Afro-feminist, and activist-scholar-practitioner, she utilizes participatory action research, liberation and emancipatory praxis, complexity and systems theory, critical theory, critical feminism, critical pedagogy, partnership theory, transformative learning, dialogue, public narrative/stories, organizing, and other transformative pedagogies and interventions, to develop or enhance leaders’ capacity to lead transformative social systems change and cultural transformation. Some of her work explores multilayered intersections of complexity, social systems design/analysis/change, values-based leadership, culture, gender, human rights, decoloniality, consciousness, and spirituality.
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