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Snapshot: Rockwood Art of Leadership March 17-21, 2013

By April 2, 2013September 26th, 2019One Comment
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Rockwood Art of Leadership March 17-21, 2013 Cohort

At the end of every Rockwood training, we send out post-training evaluations to our participants to learn about their experience and collect their feedback. We are consistently inspired by what people share. Below are two testimonials taken from the post-training evaluations from folks who attended the recent Art of Leadership March 17-21, 2013. We are offering this post as a reminder to take a breath, reflect, and remember the impact each of us can make.

The Rockwood Art of Leadership has provided me with an evolved state of mind, more grounded in my vision and purpose, more clarity in the power and purpose of power in leadership, and useable tools to improve the effectiveness of my leadership. I also left with a renewed appreciation for cross-sector social justice and labor movements, and a stronger belief in interconnected movements in creating a more compassionate world where violence, injustice, and inequity no longer exist.

Kelly Miller, Executive Director, Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence

As a social justice educator, I have always preached, “each one teach one,” and strongly believed in the power of each student’s voice and story.  The Rockwood training gave me a chance to step out of a facilitator role and find the power in my own voice and story.

Thuy Nguyen, Director, The Thrive House for Youth

We invite you to share Rockwood with your friends and colleagues! Rockwood is offering several Art of Leadership retreats in California in April, May, and June. For a complete list of Rockwood trainings, click here.

What difference has Rockwood made on your leadership? Let us know in the comments section below.

Complete Participant list:

Rockwood Trainers:  Maria Ramos Chertok & Roberto Vargas

Aimee Chang, UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Cristy Chung, Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence

Eesha Pandit, Men Stopping Violence

Jesse Campoamor, 1199 SEIU

joni newcomer, New Mexico State University

Kelly Miller, Idaho Coalition Against Secual & Domestic Violence

Lanese Martin, Oakland Rising

Lovisa Stannow, Just Detention International

Mariana Ruiz Firmat, MoveOn.org

Maura Bairley, Consultant

Rachel Micah Jones, Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc

Robert Kelly-Edwards, 1199 SEIU

Solana Rice, PolicyLink

Stephanie Atkins, National Performance Network

Tanya Garduno, Southwest Workers Union

Thuy Nguyen, The Thrive House for Youth

Trinidad Ruiz, Watts House Project

 

 

One Comment

  • Roberto says:

    What a beautiful group of people! And the beauty begins with the commitments of their heart! Participants of the Rockwood AoL (Art of Leadership) March 2013 Council, I have a question for you. How have you sought to apply the practice of co-powerment at work or home? What are you learning??? If you need a reconnection to the co-powerment principle check out the Rockwood Blog. Hope to hear from you. best wishes!

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