The 3 “-ing”s of Inclusive Leadership

Tuesday, July 26, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Facie Chiwanza, Head of Client Services, The Nova Collective and Brynne Hovde, Founding Partner, The Nova Collective

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This session will unpack the three “-ing” pillars of inclusive leadership: continuing to learn, modeling new ways of being, and storytelling your journey. Grassroots DEI efforts are critical, but we know that leaders are the drivers of behavior and culture within any organization. In this session, learn how to pivot away from the “DEI checklist” to bring DEI front and center in your leadership competencies. Discover best (and worst!) practices and resources where leaders can continue to develop their DEI capacity.

During this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Take control of your own education.
  • Seize opportunities to model humility, vulnerability, and accountability.
  • Define your passion and drive around DEI and own your personal story. 



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Facie  Chiwanza
Facie Chiwanza

Head of Client Services, The Nova Collective

Facie Chiwanza (she/her) is head of client services for the Nova Collective. For more than 14 years, Facie has been sharing her story with clients and contributing to cultural transformations. Having lived and worked in the US, Toronto, Dubai, and Zimbabwe, she brings a global perspective to Nova’s work and client relationships.

Brynne Hovde
Brynne Hovde

Founding Partner, The Nova Collective

Brynne Hovde (she/her) is a founding partner with the Nova Collective and oversees operations. Brynne works across a variety of spaces to support equity and justice initiatives. She is co-founder and board member of Race Conscious Dialogues, an organizing founder of Represent Oak Park, and a staunch supporter of mutual aid, community-building, and reparations work locally and nationally.