A Sutton-Bey LLC
Training and Consulting Services
A Sutton-Bey LLC
is a culmination of projects spearheaded by Alia Sutton-Bey. Her experience in workforce development, youth development, community development, cultural arts development, and, most importantly, a profound sense of duty to her community is the driving force behind the projects.
Alia founded PACE Coaching Academy, a training and coaching program designed to move people and organizations through change and loss. The PACE Method promotes forward movement through experiential activities with a coach/consultant. We focus on self-awareness, personal and professional strengths, confidence building, goal development and execution, and accountability.
Alia hosts a weekly internet-based radio show, “Community Connections with Alia Sutton-Bey,” where she interviews local entrepreneurs, business leaders, and everyday people with the intent of creating connections that promote growth and prosperity.
Alia works with nonprofits and organizations through A Sutton-Bey’s consulting and human-centered design facilitation services, which focuses on supporting organizations with finding solutions around DEI, organizational wellness, employee retention, and leadership development. Our approach is at the intersection of DEI, Trauma-informed practice, and economic justice. Cross-sector collaboration and communication that spur innovation and creative solutions are our frameworks for solving broadly relevant problems impacting our communities. We understand that systems-level change creates better and safer spaces that promote healing, growth, and prosperity.
A Sutton-Bey takes a holistic approach to consulting and coaching with a deep understanding of the roles of intersecting ideas and identities.
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Strategy
Career Readiness Feedback Tool
Program design and evaluation
Trauma-Informed practices in spaces and places
Human-Centered Design Workshops and Facilitation
Professional Development Training and Coaching
Workforce Essential Skills
CultivateCare: Trauma-Informed Management Series
ElevateX: Middle Managers' Mastery Series
Group and Individual Coaching
Expert Interviews and Panels
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Six tips for fostering managerial support.
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Alia has been busy over the past 30 years, from traveling abroad as an Artistic Director to providing mental health services in city schools. Alia’s work has allowed her to draw on her profound sense of community and justice to promote the development of high-quality programs for underserved and underrepresented communities.
Alia spent 19 years with the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation, where she honed her program development skills.
I liked and benefitted from Alia's facilitation style. She made sure to guide us through understanding the supervision framework, and also offer us space for self-reflection. I also appreciated how she connected the supervision framework to being trauma-informed. The link between the two was evident as she gave us specific ways and directions to be more trauma-informed in our day-to-day supervision and the potential progressive discipline of team members.
Participant Trauma-Responsive Manager Series
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