Studio Participants: Maximum of 100 participants Studio Cost: Studio Cost: $250 – open to all genders
Cultural leaders are responding to a climate of fear and exclusion with visions of inclusiveness and balance.
– Hilde Schwab (Chairperson and Co-Founder, The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship)
In this sensitive era of international culture clashes, the pressure is on all of us to co-create new ways of living and working together across our gender, political, racial, class, orientation, ethnic, religious, and other differences. In fact, those differences can make our companies — and our industry — a more meaningful, creative, and enjoyable place to work.
Adventure industry leaders: How are you doing at creating valuable partnerships? Has your company developed an inclusive corporate culture? Are all of your team members’ voices being heard? Recruiting and retention are among the first steps in ensuring your organization is diverse, but leveraging differences and helping people actually work together is entirely different.
This day-long intensive workshop is designed for all leaders — regardless of gender — who seek to take a proactive approach to leading confidently and skillfully within a diverse context, and want people working for and with them to contribute from a place of authenticity.
Are you ready to take on the challenge? Through experiential exercises, robust conversations, and tangible skill-building, we’ll navigate how to develop partnerships across difference — so all participants can develop an awareness of their own identities while also understanding the ways in which they experience both privilege and oppression. Together we’ll learn to lead with courage and open hearts, even when it is hard.
During the Rising Together Studio, participants will:
Examine the landscape of differences for leaders in adventure travel.
Explore the implications and impacts of unconscious bias and their impact on partnerships.
Understand more about how systemic racism, sexism, heterosexism, and classism operate as advantages in our work, community, and personal lives.
Become more conscious about what we each do to reinforce unproductive dynamics.
Identify new options for leading and partnering differently across differences at work and in other interactions.
Participants will also:
Receive a Certificate of Completion attesting to their engagement in and elevation of their leadership skills.
Be included in a private member group in the ATTA’s Adventure HUB.
Attend if you are committed to equity and inclusivity. Attend if you want to empower others. Attend to learn, to explore, to create, to refresh. Connect. Make a difference. Be the difference.
1:15 Explorations of Other (Insider and Outsider Groups)
2:45 Understanding Bias, Privilege, and Systemic Advantage
4:00 Coffee Break
4:30 8 Critical Leadership Skills
5:30 Courageous Practices in Action
7:00 Future-Setting Activity
Moe Carrick - Studio Facilitator
Moe Carrick is Principal and Founder of Moementum, Inc. a Certified BCorp and consulting firm dedicated to creating workplaces fit for human life by using business as a force for good. Her diverse client portfolio includes Prudential, REI, Nike, The Nature Conservancy, Experience Plus!, Mountain Travel, TechSoft3D, Hydroflask, the Adventure Travel Trade Association, amongst others. Fluent in numerous tools of her trade, Carrick is a also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator utilizing the groundbreaking work of Dr. Brene´ Brown in helping leaders wholeheartedly lead and inspire and a Senior Associate for White Men as Full Diversity Partners, a Portland, OR based leadership development firm.
Her best-selling book, Fit Matters: How to Love Your Job, was May 16, 2017 by Maven House Press. Navigating her own path in search of great work fit has been core to helping others in her consulting and coaching roles, and she is sure footed in her belief that work can and should be a place where we can thrive. Assisting individuals and companies in their quest for creating engagement, results and aliveness lies at the heart of her motivation to research and write about work fit. Learn more here.
A frequent blogger and contributor to Conscious Company, Success.com, and the Work Smart Blog, Moe is also a frequent and in demand speaker and facilitator. She has shared her insights and energetic style with numerous professional organizations, corporations, and trade groups on a variety of topics including the Women’s Center for Leadership, TEDxPeachtree, TEDxSJI, University of Michigan, CIS, Association for Public Works, NHRMA, and others.
Having worked for many years in the outdoor education arena as an instructor for Outward Bound and the National Outdoor Leadership school, she continues to bring adventure into her client engagements in big and small ways.
Established in 1990, the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) today is widely recognized as a vital leadership voice and partner for the adventure travel industry around the world. The membership and trade organization is designed to be a force for the industry and exists to drive thought leadership, industry promotion, and opportunities to network and convene globally to create trade and business health. It currently serves more than 1,300 members in 100 countries worldwide. The constituency is made up of tour operators, tourism boards, specialty agents, and accommodations all sharing a vested interest in the sustainable development of adventure tourism. Through its growing business services division, the ATTA delivers a portfolio of strategic solutions and a robust ecosystem of events around the globe. With specialized expertise in research, events, education, media, and promotion, the ATTA business service division is able to provide valuable solutions to a broad set of partners across many verticals of business.