Apply Asset-Framing to achieve goals. To define people by their challenges is the definition of stigmatizing them.

The increasingly volatile climate concerning race, communities and America’s future makes taking no position highly conspicuous and taking the wrong position extremely costly. Adaptive executive leaders and managers in social innovation, philanthropy, and major associations overcome that immobilizing fear by applying an award-winning cognitive frame that engenders understanding, confidence and inspired constructive action. It’s called “Asset-Framing”.

Invaluable Benefits

Our interactive executive master class uses presentation, call-and-response, small group discussion, plenary discussion and humor to engage participants with knowledge from global authorities on cognition, racial narrative, social innovation and engagement. It enables participants to:

  • Open more dignifying relationships with staff and communities of color
  • Make a much more convincing case for equity
  • Surface opportunities where others may only see problems
  • Learn about actionable assets of the US Black Community

Best training on equity that I’ve experienced

This was the best training on equity that I’ve experienced, and frankly one of the best trainings on any subject I’ve ever seen. You invited us all into a new way of seeing and thinking that I believe will prove immensely valuable for us.

Grant Oliphant
The Heinz Endowment

What to Expect

Our interactive workshops use discovery-based learning to impart knowledge from leading-edge global and national authorities on cognition, racial narrative, social innovation and engagement. We employ presentation, call-and-response, small group discussion, plenary discussion and humor to make the difference.

For the sake of not stigmatizing

We were willing to bite the bullet and take some loss of donors for the sake of not stigmatizing the students and to our surprise, the asset-framed projects not only didn’t lose money, they slightly out-performed the deficit-framed projects.

Charles Best
DonorsChose.org

Past & Present Clients