Coaching, Leading, and Living Inclusively: Gender, Sex, and the Body
2 February - 11 May 2023
Dominic Longo with Rebecca Scott
US$ 999 - 1,250
This workshop will be delivered on Zoom. There will be eight sessions of approximately 2 hours each, and participants will meet in small groups between sessions.
All sessions will be recorded and made available in the course environment for the duration of the program.
Dates & times
At beginning of course, participants will sharpen their own personal and professional learning plans for the program. The Intercultural Development Inventory and the Inclusive Leadership Self-Assessment will provide data and insight to support this planning process.
Sessions will last 2 hours.
Display the dates and times for:
|Session 1||2nd February, 2023||12:30 pm|
|Session 2||16th February, 2023||12:30 pm|
|Session 3||2nd March, 2023||12:30 pm|
|Session 4||16th March, 2023||12:30 pm|
|Session 5||30th March, 2023||12:30 pm|
|Session 6||13th April, 2023||12:30 pm|
|Session 7||27th April, 2023||12:30 pm|
|Session 8||11th May, 2023||12:30 pm|
About the course
Coaching, Leading, and Living Inclusively: Gender, Sex, and the Body builds participants’ capacities to be present to diverse human experiences of our bodies, erotic energies, and relationships to gender.
Building these capacities begins with a reflective turn to ourselves and our own personal experiences and identities. Only by gaining perspective on our own gender, sexual energies and identities, and bodies can we possibly be present to our clients in these dimensions.
This program immerses participants in queer culture. It’s like a virtual study abroad experience in “the land of gay.” Plenary sessions are experiential, featuring interactive sessions with a diverse set of guest speakers, reflective and practical exercises, and ample opportunity to practice coaching as new awareness is built.
Drawing on adult development theory and the Heroes Journey program from Flourishing Gays, Coaching, Leading, and Living Inclusively explores the developmental journeys of gay, bi, and queer men, as a pathway into gaining new perspectives on gender and sexual identities as they intersect with cultural, racial, religious, and other social identities.
This program is coach training and leadership development that expands both professional capacities and possibilities for life. It is open to learners of all social identities, and specifically aims to meet the learning needs of straight and LGBTQ+ participants alike.
Accessibility - fees
The price for this workshop is US$ 1,250 with an asynchronous rate of US$ 999 for those in time zones that make joining live difficult.
if enough participants in the Asia-Pacific region register, two to three supplementary sessions with faculty will be offered at suitable times.
The Early Bird Rate is also offered at US$ 999 if you register before December 2.
The faculty is committed to making this program accessible to interested participants who have limited financial means. If requesting the Accessible rate, please provide a one-sentence description of your financial circumstances that put the regular pricing out of reach. We have a limited number of spaces at this Accessible rate of US$ 312.50.
Cancellation & Terms
Payment is fully refundable up to 28 days before the start of the event, less a 13% processing fee; it is not refundable thereafter. If the event is under-enrolled, we reserve the right to cancel 28 days prior to the event start date, and refund your registration fee in full.
Several years ago, he founded Flourishing Gays as a social enterprise to bring LGBTQ+ perspectives to leadership development and executive coaching. His affiliation with Cultivating Leadership grew out of a need to better understand adult development as he designed the flagship program of Flourishing Gays, called Heroes Journey, a leadership program customized specifically for highly accomplished gay, bi, and queer men.
The Growth Edge Coaching courses and the Leading Inclusively Lab through CL contributed not only to his work with clients but also to his ongoing personal journey of re-discovering what’s weird and wonderful about himself.
She believes in the transformational power of meaningful conversation, celebrating all your victories, and feeling all your feelings. She comes from the land of disability and knows that one group’s flourishing can have glorious ripples for all.
Rebecca is also a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory and loves talking about the delights and challenges of working across difference.