The weeks ahead are full of conferences where board, staff, and volunteers in the environmental and conservation community are gathering to deepen their skills, build their networks, and up their game. From Vermont to Colorado to Toronto, ICL will be on the road this fall to support meaningful conversations about leadership, collaboration, and strategies for building effective, resilient organizations during these challenging times.
Will you be attending one of the conferences below? Whether or not you are able to attend our workshops, we would love to see you!
The opportunity to meet in person to strategize or hear what’s keeping you up at night is invaluable – we’re available to both support and learn from you. Share your experiences and learn from your peers at a workshop facilitated by ICL, or grab us for some one-on-one time during a break or over a meal. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know where you’ll be and schedule time to talk.
Training, Facilitation and Consulting Certificate Program, Marlboro College Center for New Leadership
October 16-18, Marlboro, VT (first session of two)
ICL’s Dianne Russell teams up with Andy Robinson and Stephanie Lahar to lead this certificate program to boost facilitation and training skills.
Great Lakes Restoration Conference hosted by the Healing Our Waters – Great Lakes Coalition
October 17-19, Buffalo, NY
Join ICL Associate Marrey Embers to explore how the Healing Our Waters Coalition can support self-care for activists.
- Extreme Self-Care: Working Well, Working Smart on October 26th from 1:00 – 5:00 PM (pre-registration required)
- Implicit Bias and Gender in Conservation: Past, Present, Future on October 28th from 10:30 AM – Noon
Environmental Leadership in a Culturally Diverse Region
November 2-3, Woodview, Ontario, Canada
ICL’s Dianne Russell teams up with Heather Berthoud, ICL Associate and owner of Berthoud Consulting; Shakil Choudhury, Founding Partner, Anima Leadership; and Paul Bubelis, Executive Director of the Sustainability Network, for this two day workshop that weaves together leadership skills and facilitates shared learning about diversity, equity, and inclusion.