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WEFA offers consultancy, workshops, lectures at leadership events worldwide. Services are offered in four general areas:

Ethical Leadership Training


Organizational Leadership


Howard Thurman Institute


Pre-College Program in Ethical Leadership Practices of Character, Civility, and Community.


Ethical Leadership Training

We design and deliver workshops, consultations, and presentations utilizing The Ethical Leadership Toolkit (ELT) which is an integral part of the curriculum and training.

We provide seasoned and emerging leaders with action-reflection tools delivered in-person and through our Ethical Leadership Online Course.

The ELT includes:

  • The Ethical Leadership Model TM

  • Ways of Doing Ethics

  • The Ethical Decision-Making Model

  • Looking, Listening and Learning

  • Remembering, Retelling and Reliving Our Stories

  • At the Intersection Where Worlds Collide

  • Finding Your Moral Compass


 Organizational Leadership

Organizational Leadership that includes workshops, coaching, consultations for clients in public and private sectors in cultural transformation. Our ethical leadership training drives results and empowers leaders with the tools and resources to grow from insight to action to observable improved performance.  

Racial Equity and Justice Training foster spaces where individuals and organizations can be vulnerable and learn together. WEFA designs workshops that bring together practitioners from different fields to engage in meaningful dialogue about race and racism with mindfulness and restorative practices that promote presence, wellness, and self-compassion for sustainable equity work. 


Howard Thurman Institute (HTI)

WEFA conducts seminars, workshops, and retreats on spirituality, ethical, and leadership through the lens of Howard Washington Thurman (1899-1981), a leading figure in twentieth-century American religious and cultural life. The dream of community, or “the search for common ground,” was the defining motif of Thurman’s life and thought. His vision of the kinship of all life, born out of the particularity of his struggles, propelled him into the mainstream as a distinctive interpreter of the individual’s role in working for an equitable and just democratic society.

HTI seminars and workshops are offered virtually and in person. Thurman believed that the future of democratic life hinged on the creation of what he called “apostles of sensitiveness, small groups of individuals, who would need to work from the ground up to ensure that America lived up to its political and spiritual potential.” 


This customized seminar utilizes the pioneering work of the spiritual and moral dimensions in Howard Thurman's thought and introduces participants to his writings and meditations. The classes are structured around three themes: spirituality and social transformation, faith communities and cultural change, and democratic life and practices.


These customized workshops introduce participants to Thurman’s seminal work, Jesus and the Disinherited, and explores its relevance to spiritual and social justice issues, including racial equity and justice, multi-cultural and interreligious dialogue, and action.


These facilitated retreats engage participants in spiritual and ethical practices devoted to personal development and social transformation. HTI retreats can be from 1 -5 days, depending on the client’s needs and capacity.


Pre-College Program in Ethical Leadership Practices of Character, Civility, and Community

This facilitated program targets emerging leaders in high schools and colleges. Workshops and online courses are devoted to spirituality and ethics in leadership's formation and public performance. The core curriculum includes meditation, reflection, lecture, group discussion, project work, athletic and artistic expression. Though wide in breadth, it is quite flexible, lending itself to customization. The training relies, in part, on lectures, presentations, and discussions to build competence in the vocabulary, habits, and practices of spirituality and ethical practices and includes art, debate, and critical thinking. This program is open to a spectrum of practitioners, including high schools, colleges, public and private sector organizations, and faith communities. 

The three-phased program includes an Ethical Leadership Orientation; and two Ethical Leadership Institutes.

Ethical Leadership Orientation (ELO)

One week one program targeting professionals and specialists (e.g., key stakeholders: C and B suite executives, nonprofit leaders, faculty and staff, alumni, youth development specialists, community college and university students, public and private partners [P/P] who serve as mentors) to acquaint them with ethical leadership principles and practices. (While one week is preferable, training can be customized over a more extended period to accommodate busy professionals’ schedules.)

Ethical Leadership Institute I (ELI1)

1–2-week training program that probes into a deeper foundation in ethical leadership theory (diversity, equity and inclusion, resiliency, conflict resolution, and decision-making). Professionals trained in ELO will have the opportunity to observe and participate in a complete program facilitated by certified trainers. Ethical Leadership II (ELI2), customized, in-depth training of participants who have completed ELO and ELI1 in ethical leadership theory and practice. Trainers Initially facilitate this last phase, but over time training will be facilitated by certified alumni/ae of the Ethical Leadership Institutes.

Our Services Are Delivered Via 3 Methods:

Online Experiential Learning

Our pedagogy is based on experiences and utilizes an action-reflection model. Because most of our programming is short, as compared to traditional semester-long coursework, each training session immerses participants in intense experiences and reflection that challenge entrenched belief systems and develops foundational ethical leadership skills.

Residential Programming

The residential training program requires 24-hr engagement and is designed for implementation on campuses or recreational sites, where the environment is particularly contemplative and residential facilities are available.


The training program employs a “train-the-trainer” model, wherein certified facilitators train individuals within the client group (e.g., executives, teachers, youth development professionals, religious groups). Post-training, these individuals are allowed to serve as (1) Peer Leaders and (2) ELT consultants to ensure that Ethical Leadership principles and practices are institutionalized, monitored for quality control on the client site.

Along with the WEFA Ethical Leadership Online Course, workbooks and facilitator guides will be available as curricular support for training exercises.

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