Restorative Leadership is effective action to achieve objectives while building community.
Most leaders want to achieve goals or objectives. Most leaders would agree that achieving objectives requires taking effective action. Additionally, most leaders would agree that corporate or organizational culture and community are fundamental for long-term success. One challenge leaders face is how to best balance effective action with community building. Restorative leaders test each action against four touchstones:
- -> Is the action robustly inviting (rather than coercive)?
- -> Is the action radically inclusive (rather than symbolically diverse)?
- -> Is the action collaborative?
- -> Is the action community building?
After successfully complete this course, students should be able to use Restorative Touchstones to develop plans and take the necessary actions to achieve objectives while building community.
Module: Restorative Leadership Touchstones
Video: Restorative Practices Overview07:15
Restorative Practices Overview
Video: What Are Touchstones?04:15
What are Touchstones?
Video: We Choose Invitation Over Coercion07:10
Invitation Over Coercion
Video: We Practice Radical Inclusion06:32
Video: We Create and Sustain Equitable Community06:10
Video: We Work Together to Achieve Objectives03:44
Module: Restorative Experiences
Summer Camp Connecting Circle10:35