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Leadership Development

Social change is difficult work over the long haul that requires powerful leaders. Through participation in Rockwood Institute’s Art of Leadership and ongoing 60/40 + Forward Stance training and practice, we help Movement Makers and the community understand their purpose and core strength, identify the barriers that hold them back, and unleash their full potential.

Nan Stoops

More Beloved More Community

Recently, Movement Maker organization Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV) hosted its 22nd Annual Conference in Yakima, Washington. This year, the  Learn More

Trina Greene Brown

Relationships

Relationships are very important to me—personal relationships and professional relationships. Cultivating connections. Fostering friendships. Maintaining meaningful relationships. Participating in the Rockwood Art  Learn More

Klarissa Oh

Intending for Change

This weekend I heard about a curious study suggesting the power of collective intention. Researchers instructed groups as small as 25 to  Learn More

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