Equity Coaching & Professional Development

Sessions to Support Equity Integration, Leadership Development, Organizational Communication & Visioning

One-on-one professional growth sessions support people at any stage of their career and leadership development to grapple with the emotional, intellectual, and spiritual aspects of social change. Sessions center around perspective, behavior, and pattern shifting to show up with integrity and authenticity in organizational culture change and community building work.

Sessions bridge mental health with organizational change work and include somatic practices to process discomfort and embrace different ways of knowing. The wholeness of your humanity and personhood is acknowledged while working to build awareness and integration of equity concepts. Leadership shifts and growth, power sharing, interpersonal and organizational communication, conflict management, and visioning for the future are all explored while learning from the past and being grounded in the present.

Currently offered by Rae Carter, sessions may expand to be offered by the EmpowR Web of Change Makers. Sessions are designed based on your intentions, to meet you at your transformation entry points, and hold space for both radical empathy and accountability. Each session includes resources shared and follow up email correspondence.

Sessions can emerge into coaching packages with existing clients.

Session Details

Sessions are offered online via Zoom.
Sessions are 1 hour and cost $100.

Pay with a credit card when you schedule.
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“I learned about EmpowR when I was seeking professional development in the area of group facilitation and communication. Working with Rae helped me to understand how white supremacist culture shapes so many of my professional and personal behaviors and perspectives, despite the decades of time I’ve spent as a racial justice advocate.”

~ Liz, Burlington, VT