Join a passionate group of warriors doing the footwork of creating connection in our community.

A Possibilities Leader is grounded in the foundation of our three core values. Their individual leadership skills are developed from the inside out: first by breaking down the barriers that separate us from one another and building trust within themselves and others around them. They work to find the worth in themselves, others, and that the true value of service is about kindness, compassion and empathy. In order to grow, we have to be able to put ourselves into others’ shoes.

What Does It Take?

3 day Training Retreat followed by 3 immersive values workshops and an experiential listening lab. Also includes individualized coaching and hands-on experience working in and with diverse groups.

From Our Community Innovators

“PIP makes others feel comfortable enough to share ideas and step up to the plate. There is a sense of freedom rather than judgment that some environments offer.”

“PIP has helped me build upon my personal strengths in communicating with others, advocating for myself, and has made me feel more confident about my ideas and strengths as a leader.”

“PIP has given me the tools to develop a project to change the culture of my school and community!”

“I've been able to understand difference, and how to have conversations that really 'go somewhere' when a controversial topic is on the table.”

“PIP opens people up to communication, listening, understanding, and working to make change. It has helped us understand how deep a lot of issues and feelings go, but that these are issues that can be fixed if we work together.”

“Possibilities helps grow people to become better citizens in our changing world”

“Possibilities work affects our city as a whole and can touch lives despite political affiliation, socio-economic status or culture.”

“Through Possibilities, I was able to awaken a spark within me - it introduced me to the path to being an intentional leader.”

“Possibilities work affects our city as a whole and can touch lives despite political affiliation, socio-economic status or culture.”