Customized trainings for workplace settings from small to large nonprofits and companies


In two- to six-hour training sessions, I craft a specialized and experiential agenda to meet your unique work culture and dynamics. Together we set the goals and desired outcomes around equity, systems of oppression, team development, and capacity building. We end with action steps, work plans, and group agreements for moving forward. 

Inside at your office or outside at the Challenge course, (both low and high options available) your groups gets to connect, build community and dig into important work.

Sessions range in price based on attendance, prep time and follow up. Compensation is negotiable with considerations made for organization budget size, people of color-led, low-income focused or youth empowerment organizations. 

We bring community together because together we are smarter, stronger, and our impact is greater. My workshops focus on key leaders (Hint: that's all of you!) and change agents ready to do things differently. From funders and philanthropists, executive directors, teachers, administration and staff there is a workshop designed for you. 

I support people to improve sustainability and capacity building based on a foundation of equity. I encourage people to take action from their values.

I have worked with many team building facilitators over the years, and Fleur was one of the very best. She was able to energize the group and help them go to a deeper place. She was masterfully able to ask questions that brought out individual and collective learning. I look forward to the opportunity to have Fleur work with my group again.
— Noreen Elbert, Assistant Director, Nonprofit Leadership, Seattle University

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‘It was a pleasure seeing Fleur in action with our management team. She easily connected with everyone in the group, using quiet and effective humor to make them comfortable and ready to dive into the experience. Her explanations and directions for each “challenge” were clear and well understood. She offered thoughtful, productive observations of the group’s work together without any hint of judgment. It made for an excellent learning experience for all involved.’
— Michele Hamilton-Lane, Hamilton-Lane Consulting