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When: 2 Sessions at 4pm Pacific/7 Eastern for 1.5h:

Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 5:00 PM MDT
Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at 6:30 PM MDT

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Please join Guide Molly Rowan Leach for this compelling 2-Part Webinar Forum on how Restorative Justice and NPO Organizations can ensure they are working upstream with simple policy and practice that can prevent meltdowns that derail progress, harm relationships, and fracture the intent vs. impact of your org.

Molly has worked in various NPO arenas and has served as a grassroots advocate and media catalyst for almost a decade specific to the field of restorative justice. Learn more about her here, and the international podcast, Restorative Justice on The Rise, that she founded here


This is an online event. 



Restorative Justice on The Rise, Molly Rowan Leach--Faculty 
Restorative Justice on The Rise 

Preventing Restorative Disaster: Key Elements & Essential Practices 

A Two-Part Mini Webinar Series with Molly Rowan Leach for Non-Profits, Restorative Justice Programs, and professional staff and leadership within human systems.  We will cover the two primary areas of focus: "upstream" policy, practice, and team-building; and restorative conflict response systems for staff and orgs in general. The class is premised on the value of collaborative ownership and human relationship building as essential to mission-driven and value-driven growth and success.

Two evening webinar sessions for $59 plus recordings, slides and resources.

Each session runs 1.5 hours plus possible additional time for discussion. Can't attend live? No problem. We send you the webcast replay within 24 hours of each session's close.

Upon registration, you will be sent an email with the ACCESS information for each class. Questions? Email Us!



Key Areas we will cover together:

  • Sustaining Practices & The Circle as Essential Trust and Relationship Builder
  • Feedback and Fear: Insights on Safety, Confidentiality and How to Leverage Feedback for Empowerment and Growth
  • Specific Staff and Director Practices
  • Writing restorative justice (RJ) into Internal CR Policies
  • Restorative practices are 75% of your success (as opposed to what is called restorative justice, relating to when conflict has already happened)
  • Co-Ownership: Shifting From Hierarchy to Collaborative
  • Evalutions and Reviews as Opportunity and Cross-Org
  • What to Do When Conflict Inevitably Happens...
  • And More, Including Discussion and Q&A.


Important Note about Values and Class Best Practice:

Please Note: This Class is Based in Confidentiality and does not cite specific actual examples or organizations specifically, but does welcome participant sharing with the understanding that a recording is being made of each session. We are bringing examples based in observations and experiences from a broad spectrum of the field, and offering a distilled and expert guidance from what we've learned from many years listening, working, and learning. Please feel encouraged to share your challenges in the same manner. We look forward to seeing you in class!