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The HOW Institute for Society
Remote, New York Metro Area, United States
28 days ago
The HOW Institute for Society
Remote, New York Metro Area, United States
28 days ago

Description

Please apply by including a resume and cover letter. If you are not located in the NY Metro Area currently, please indicate in your cover letter if you are willing to relocate to the New York Metro or already have plans to.

About the HOW Institute for Society

The HOW Institute for Society is seeking a Program Facilitator to join our growing team. The ideal candidate will find deep resonance with the HOW philosophy and be committed to our mission of building and nurturing a culture of moral leadership, principled decision-making, and values-based behavior that enables individuals and institutions to meet the profound social, economic, and technological changes of the 21st Century.

The HOW Institute for Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening a world rooted in deep human values and rekindling a social fabric of truth and trust. The Institute channels philosophical reasoning to address modern problems and is animated by a belief in the urgent imperative of HOW. Today, HOW we do what we do matters more than ever and in ways it never has before.

Our work builds on seven imperatives:

  1. Institutions must be guided by values and shaped by moral leaders.
  2. Moral authority and formal authority must be united to create meaningful and enduring impact.
  3. Individuals must be guided by moral principles and frameworks.
  4. Trust and shared truths are essential to bringing people together as communities, organizations, and collaborators.
  5. Business and society must shift focus from “how much” to HOW we behave and HOW we can work together to build something greater than ourselves.
  6. Healthy values-inspired communities are the building blocks of a better society. We must learn what makes them work and create models to scale their success.
  7. Leaders must frame paths ahead as journeys of significance, embracing the inevitable ups and downs, but remaining resilient and committed.

About the NXT-GEN Fellowship for Moral Leadership

The NXT-GEN Fellowship is an accelerator for emerging organizational leaders navigating our increasingly interdependent and morally activated world and workplace. Drawing on lessons from history, current events, and moral philosophy, fellows wrestle with the principles, nuances, and applications of the pillars and practices of moral leadership through discussions, readings, videos, workshops, case studies, and guest speakers. Supported by 1:1 coaching, intentional community building sessions, and a toolkit of practical activities, fellows emerge from the experience both equipped and connected, inspired to continue and scale their moral leadership journeys within their organizations and beyond.

Moral leadership, as explored in the fellowship, is explicitly not about moralizing but rather about how one leads, earns moral authority, and wields that influence to bring others on a journey of shared trust, truth, meaning, and hope. This skillset and orientation are particularly imperative at this moment. The pandemic has amplified and further revealed our interdependence, that we rise and fall together, along with some painful truths about society, justice, and fairness. Leaders within organizations need new frameworks, playbooks, and communities to navigate unprecedented and often grey leadership challenges. At the macro level, this is playing out through the rapid integration of virtual and hybrid work models that are disrupting business models, team structures, existing relationships, and trust. At the personal level, we’re being reminded that our colleagues aren’t human resources, but full human beings with complex hopes, fears, concerns, and interests.

The fellowship is an opportunity for likeminded but diverse emerging leaders to invest in themselves, and each other, to navigate these challenges in a more elevated way. The highly interactive curriculum is put into action through a practicum project which challenges fellows to apply moral leadership mindsets, ideas, and practices to a current critical work project. For example, one of our fellows in business resilience and safety at their organization crafted a global organization wide values-based Covid vaccine framework, another fellow is focused on establishing return to office rituals. Regardless of their practicum, all fellows are practicing their ability to instigate action, balancing levers of coercion, motivation, and inspiration and having the meaningful conversations that lead to shared truth and trust.

The fifth cohort of the fellowship will launch March 1, 2022 and will be the third that is fully virtual. To date, the fellow community includes some 200 individuals, from over 20 countries, 6 continents, and 16 organizations, including Mastercard, Levi Strauss & Co., GSK Consumer Healthcare, among others. We are growing our NXT-GEN team with the expectation of scaling the size of the fellowship 5x over the next 2-3 years, with a target of graduating 500 fellows a year.

Role Description

The NXT-GEN Program Facilitator will be an instructional lead for the fellowship and will work closely with the fellowship’s Program Director and Program Coordinator/Analyst, as well as a second Program Facilitator to be hired. This role will primarily focus on live virtual facilitation of workshops and asynchronous facilitation of online learning modules. This role will also contribute to the enhancement of the NXT-GEN curriculum as we respond to feedback and look to bring more global examples and case studies to the experience.

This role requires time flexibility, including occasional after-hours work and weekends, the ability to work with colleagues who may be working remotely, and comfort with the rapid growth and change of an emerging organization.

This full-time role reports to the NXT-GEN Program Director.

Essential duties and responsibilities

Live Virtual Facilitation (25%)

  • Lead the facilitation of orientations, workshops, train-the-trainer, and networking sessions.
    • Update, adapt, and continuously improve existing lesson plans.
  • Conduct background research on guest speakers and support in their content preparation.
  • Collaborate with technical producer for live technical production and recordings.
    • Manage technical backend of zoom calls and/or delegate to part time technical producer (screen sharing, breakout rooms, chat, wait room, etc.).
    • Review recorded live events and manage edits to recording and posting online.

Online Asynchronous Facilitation (30%)

  • Provide feedback on fellow assignment submissions.
  • Provide feedback on discussion threads and incorporate key themes into live events.
  • Design a systematic way to celebrate exemplar fellow contributions.
  • Craft reminder communication for fellows to ensure they complete activities required to participate in workshops.
  • Curate prompts for small group virtual workspace discussions.
  • Mediate online and live communications for any interpersonal conflict and flag anything that could be organizationally sensitive (IP, customer info, etc.).

Fellow Content Support (15%)

  • Serve as primary point of contact for fellows for all things content related.
  • Flag and/or respond to content related feedback posted on the online learning platform.
  • Meet with fellows individually or in small groups to offer support and guidance.

Curriculum Design (10%)

  • Curate additional activities, modules, and toolkits that enhance the NXT-GEN curriculum, especially with an eye towards non-U.S. case studies, trends, and frameworks.

Collaborate with other NXT-GEN team members (15%)

  • Collaborate with Program Director on:
    • Thought leadership, case studies, industry events
    • Repacking pre-recorded video content
  • Collaborate with Program Coordinator/Analyst on:
    • Live event polling and feedback collection
    • Distribution and copyediting of communication to fellows
    • Tracking completion of graduation requirements

Support other organizational activities (5%)

  • Support activities of the NXT-GEN graduate community.
  • Support organization wide relationship building and facilitation activities.
  • Support activities of the Executive Chairman, Managing Director, and Board of Directors.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Additional Details

  • The HOW Institute has a virtual office with most colleagues located in the New York Metro Area.
  • Salary range ($80K-$100K), commensurate with experience.
  • Highly subsidized health insurance and other benefits.
  • Applicants need to be eligible to work legally in the United States.

The HOW Institute embraces, honors, and celebrates our differences across race, gender, age, ethnicity, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, gender orientation, physical abilities, socio-economic class, and the other characteristics that construct our unique identities. Our ability to be an agent of change, and the quality of the decisions we make are all rooted in our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We strive to create an environment in which all staff members can bring their full identity and experience to our work.



Requirements

Knowledge, Education, and Experience

  • 7+ years of instruction/facilitation experience. Preference for: experience teaching and facilitating virtually; experience in corporate leadership development, organizational development, organizational transformation; experience with executive and/or transformational coaching.
  • Comfort/experience with online learning and facilitation tools, for example, online/interactive learning platforms and polling platforms.
  • Experience and demonstrated success within entrepreneurial environments. Role requires self-directedness, navigating ambiguity proactively, as well as the ability to quickly gain and maintain a solid understanding of The Institute’s brand, language, philosophy, and core values.
  • Outstanding writing and speaking abilities, with skill in telling stories and framing messages for audiences from diverse sectors and global regions.
  • Project management skills – ability to design, manage, and complete multi-step projects with excellence and in collaboration with multiple stakeholders.
  • Strong curiosity about and understanding of news, technology, social media, popular culture, and social trends.
  • Excellent cultural competence and experience working across race, ethnicity, economic status, and geography.
  • Academic backgrounds in philosophy, psychology, sociology, history, and/or economics beneficial.
  • Working knowledge of current theories, trends, thought leadership, and resources in leadership development preferred.

Please apply by including a resume and cover letter. If you are not located in the NY Metro Area currently, please indicate in your cover letter if you are willing to relocate to the New York Metro or already have plans to.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 60618117
  • Location:
    Remote, New York Metro Area, United States
  • Position Title: Leadership Development Program Facilitator
  • Company Name: The HOW Institute for Society
  • Industry: Colleges, universities, and professional schools,Management consulting services
  • Job Function: Coach,
    Instructional Designer,
    Professor/Educator,
    Trainer/Facilitator
  • Job Type: Full Remote
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: None
  • Min Experience: 5-7 Years
  • Required Travel: 0-10%
  • Salary: $80,000.00 - $100,000.00 (Yearly Salary)

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