The team at Elements Partnership provides dynamic, interactive learning that shifts perspectives, builds relationships, and creates new behaviors. Leslie Peters launched Elements Partnership five years ago with a simple idea: people are hungry for real conversation. So many of our conversations, decisions, meetings and interactions are the same as the conversations, decisions, meetings and interactions we've had a million times before. The Elements team – Leslie Peters, Jami Dix, John Alexander and Dan Rubright – came together based on a shared passion for discovering and sharing new ways of thinking, inspiring people to think differently, and empowering individuals and groups to show up in new ways. Collectively we bring experience in training, coaching, teaching, theater production, music theory and composition, leadership development, and organizational management. We are passionate about unleashing human potential and we bring that passion and energy to all of our training engagements. Because our training is purposefully interactive, we are uniquely positioned to provide meaningful experiences for groups of six to 30 people. Our team has created and delivered leadership development programs and designed and facilitated meetings for large and small companies in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors nation-wide. We actively leverage our broad experience to build and present training experiences that are both thought-provoking and useful.

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Radical Leadership (like Miles Davis!) (FOR UP TO 25 PARTICIPANTS)

Elements Partnership

Miles Davis couldn’t have had a breakout album, Kind of Blue without Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderly, Jimmy Cobb and Paul Chambers. They were chosen for their unique artistry and skills to co-create a new genre: modal jazz. Healthy and productive teams – like great bands – have increased capacity, productivity, impact and success. The underlying presumption is that strong leadership relies on and trusts team members to contribute and participate in the progression of the shared work and vision.

Led by professional jazz guitarist, composer and professor Dan Rubright, participants will listen to examples of this historic music and engage interactively with the actual parts of the jazz masters and draw parallels to their own experiences of leading and being led. (Participation limited because of the interactive nature of our presentations)

what you get

  • Last up to one hour
  • Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
  • Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support