Adaptive leadership requires helping people gain a clear perspective in the midst of action and uncertainty; making sense of complexity and sifting through what is most important, what is at stake, who will support, and who will resist change.
Following this session, participants will:
Recognize the role formal and informal leaders play in a complex changing environment including:
– Taking risks
– Being creative in developing solutions
– Challenging old assumptions
Felecia A. Boone (she/her) is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Consultant in local government, where she is also the administrator of the jurisdiction’s Diversity Leadership Mentoring Program. Outside of work, Felecia serves as vice-president of the Minneapolis Area Synod in the ELCA; is chair of the nonprofit Crossroads Community Organization board; is a member of the Board of Regents at Wartburg College; serves on the board of several other equity-focused community organizations; and leads and collaborates on a range of committees at her home church, Calvary Lutheran, always through a racial equity lens. Felecia is also a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI).