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Integrated Work is a woman-owned, woman-led firm devoted to building the leaders our society needs through real-world work. We focus exclusively on mission-driven organizations, and we’re fond of working with leaders who are out to create meaningful impact at scale.

We have deep experience and expertise in building high-performing teams, purpose-driven strategic planning, developing leadership content and training curricula on many topics, and providing the kind of thoughtful and engaging facilitation that moves groups to action.

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“If you want to build a ship don’t assign people tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.”

– Antoine de Saint-Exupery

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The Gifts of Gratitude

The Gifts of Gratitude

The premise of this time of Thanksgiving is about celebrating the bounty in one’s life and giving gratitude for the things we have been blessed with. While the origins of the holiday itself and some of the ways it continues to be celebrated are fraught, there are also new traditions being imagined and other emphases for our gratitude. Seth Godin’s Thanksgiving Reader is one example and Oprah has compiled this list of 30 traditions to try with your family, while this article from Cultural Survival highlights strategies for decolonizing and honoring native peoples on Thanksgiving and throughout indigenous peoples’ month.

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Beyond “Happy Holidays”: Religious Inclusivity in the Workplace

Beyond “Happy Holidays”: Religious Inclusivity in the Workplace

Religion can feel like a forbidden topic in the workplace, but it’s an important aspect of who we are and how we relate to each other. There are many ways that we can incorporate conversations about religion into our workplaces to help us connect more authentically, build belonging, and set a strong foundation for working together. As we get into the practice of expanding our awareness of religious and cultural practices, we can change our attitudes and take action to create workplaces that are inclusive of people of all religious backgrounds.

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