I love working with people.
I SUPPORT PEOPLE BY CREATING THE CONDITIONS FOR THEM TO DO PURPOSEFUL WORK BASED ON THEIR INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES.
From board retreats, staff trainings and off-site workshops at the challenge course, my work as a Seattle-based facilitator is focused on equity, social justice, diversity and inclusion, team building, emotional intelligence, experiential education and community development. Together, we enhance your ability to take action and see results.
I look at how groups work together so they can perform at their highest potential. The work of a group can be imagined as a brick wall of a building: progress is made brick by brick; the way in which the group works together is like the mortar holding the work (bricks) together. In this way, how well a group works together affects how well outcomes are delivered or the mission is met.Learn More
As a social justice advocate and white woman. I strive to live in integrity with my values. I envision the nonprofit sector as a place that is providing wanted and needed services with a sustainable model for long-term impact. This starts with self-awareness of implicate bias and power and privilege dynamics. I am committed to creating sector-wide transformation based in equity and connection work.
From hiring to evaluating, HR is a place for an organization to live its values. In partnership with AP Consulting, we provide handbook assessments, training and toolkits to increase your diversity. You value equity, diversity and inclusion. You want to improve your HR practices. We can support you. Let's look at your HR and your success.Learn More
Fleur is highly attuned to interpersonal relationships and is able to uncover and explore biases that both inform our work and hold us back. She has helped me reframe my assumptions and use that new perspective to find solutions to problems in a completely new light. She has a unique ability to see strength in diversity even when that means including perspectives that are hard to unite.
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Rates and Services
Fleur Larsen Facilitation (FLF) works across all sectors and industries (nonprofit, education, government, tech and corporate). The work of building diverse teams, inclusive work environments and a stronger understanding of racial equity takes many shapes. Below are common ways in which FLF engages with clients.
My rates listed below are a range that is grounded in equity, based on who the client is.
With total organization budgets under $800,000 and/or people of color-led organizations, I offer pro-bono or charge on the lower end. For larger organizations or for-profit companies, I charge on the higher end.
Generate authentic and open conversation
Build shared fluency of language and value connection
Align vertically from top to bottom and across teams to whole organization
Ideal for groups of 30-250. Day Rate (5-6 hours): $2,000 - 4,500. Half-day Rate (less than 4 hours): $1,500 - 3,200.
HR and Equity
Utilize 6 key HR decision points and change opportunities
Create and align around shared language to codify best practices and policies
Develop functional employee resource groups or communities of practice
Company-wide Hourly Rate (less than 4 hours): $150 - 350+.
Small Group and Leadership Coaching
Support key leaders or decision makers
Deep dive into critical areas focused on values and implementation alignment
Understand peronsal biases, systemic oppression, and institutional barriers
Ideal for groups of 10-25. Hourly Rate (less than 4 hours): $175 - 250.
Note: For longer-term projects, cost is determined based on project outcomes.
For organizations with an annual revenue under $500,000, FLF can offer a ‘Unity’ rate.
Rates do not include travel, lodging, and per diem expenses.
Hourly rates apply to consultative work and to half-day trainings. This does not include prep and follow-up time; we bill for all hours we work, including prep and follow-up.