Are you a leader navigating complex culture change?
Are you seeking new ideas for cultivating allyship in your organization?
Want to enhance your capacity for this work with a group of your peers?
Join us for our upcoming workshop! We each have a role to play in affirming healthy behaviors that create workplace cultures in which all people thrive. In this crucial moment of cultural transformation, including the #metoo and #blacklivesmatter movements, many of us are looking for ways to be an effective part of hopeful change. The time for action is now. Starting this journey requires gaining knowledge and confidence, both personal and professional. It takes courage to lead in a time of complex change. Join us for an interactive virtual workshop where we'll explore pathways to allyship and courageous leadership in the workplace. Our research-based approach is both informational and highly engaging, with an emphasis on building relationships and learning in community.
Dan Mahle is a facilitator, storyteller, and leadership coach with a background in HR and over a decade of experience leading transformational learning programs. He is passionate about harnessing the power of stories to help people disrupt limiting beliefs, thrive through change, and build community across lines of difference.
He founded Wholehearted Masculine in 2014 as a passion project and has recently re-launched it as a community-based social enterprise committed to building gender equity, courageous leadership, and shared-power for positive culture change.
Most recently, he served as Head of Story & Culture at a storytelling technology company in Boulder, CO. He led their Talent & Culture functions for 2.5 years before stepping into a customer-facing role leading their StoryWorkshops and StoryCoaching programs with clients like Roche, Google, Lockheed Martin, and Baptist Health. As a storyteller, he brings radical authenticity to some of the most challenging topics in gender, masculinity, and culture change.
Lesley Curtis has worked as a researcher, educator, and writer in Europe, the U.S., and the Caribbean. Her experiences showed her that many organizations and individuals do not optimally leverage the power of their own stories. She founded Sagely in 2017 to help them do just that.
Since then, she has worked with multiple clients to create effective stories that build community and foster growth. Sagely offers team-led gender equity and antiracism communications services for businesses and organizations.
Lesley has written on Tips for White Allies, Antiracism in Business, and feminism and science. She is also the co-translator of a novel on the Haitian Revolution and has written articles on race and marriage and race and parenting. She also holds a Ph.D from Duke University, where she studied the literature of feminist and abolitionist movements in the 19th-century Caribbean.