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Restorative Leadership Touchstones

  • Categories MasterU
  • Last Update August 6, 2020


After successfully complete this course, students should be able to:

Identify and deploy the Restorative Touchstones used in LifeCrafter experiential courses. These touchstones include:

-> Invite
-> Include
-> Cooperate
-> Collaborate

Topics for this course

7 Lessons

Restorative Leadership Touchstones

Restorative Practices Overview00:7:15
What Are Touchstones?00:4:15
We Choose Invitation Over Coercion00:7:10
We Practice Radical Inclusion00:6:32
We Create and Sustain Equitable Community00:6:10
We Work Together to Achieve Objectives00:3:44
Certification Quiz

Restorative Experiences

About the instructors

Brandon L. Blankenship is a speaker, assistant professor, facilitator, and advisor. His work is concentrated on the impact of leadership on law, ethics, and community. He's been happily married for over 30 years. He and his wife, Donnalee, work with nearly /newlywed couples, married couples who want to improve their marriage, and couples in crisis.
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Cynthia Mwenja, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Montevallo, focuses on using restorative practices to teach composition and rhetoric. She also facilitates restorative work in local schools, churches, and community groups.
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Target Audience

  • Students planning to participate in LifeCrafter courses
  • Instructors planning to participate in LifeCrafter course
  • LifeCrafter Community Partners
  • LifeCrafter Strategic Alliances