With Gayle Karen Young Whyte, Elissa Berrol, David Whyte, Akasha, PhD and Monique Schubert
November 13, 2020 - April 30, 2021
THE FIRST IN A SERIES ON LIBERATION A Call to Conscious Leadership: Deepening our Capacity to Navigate Complexity November 13-15, 2020 With Gayle Karen Young & Elissa Berrol Join renowned speakers Gayle Karen Young and Elissa Berrol for the first program in our Liberation Series in collaboration with Kripalu. For one weekend, spend time online in this live program discovering the truth behind leadership, engagement, and vulnerability. Here's what we know to be true. Leadership is contextual, and people and organizations are discovering that if indeed they once had the privilege to be on the sidelines of conversations about race, identity,…
With Julian Griggs, Michelle LeBaron and Joenita Paulrajan, PhD
June 16 - 18, 2021
Learn to unleash the full potential of groups in this advanced training. Move beyond the constraints of conventional models for group facilitation, drawing on four areas of competence: awareness of role and social location, cultural fluency, intuition, and presence. For experienced facilitators.
With Robert Gass
August 4 - 9, 2021
This dynamic, internationally acclaimed program is for leaders actively engaged in making a difference in the world. Through this powerful transformational training, learn to empower and engage others in effective action to broaden the impact of your work. By application.
With Karen Mahon Carrington
August 18 - 23, 2021
Develop new maps to navigate through these times of climate emergency and social upheaval. Discover tools to strengthen your capacity for cultivating joy, acceptance, and right action. Foster personal and community resilience as we work together to restore justice and balance to the world we love.
With Lee Klinger Lesser and Marc Lesser
September 7 - 12, 2021
Amidst a world of busyness, take time to stop, reflect, and renew. Leadership is primarily about cultivating clarity, empowering others, and skillfully responding to change. We are all leaders, and have tremendous capacity for influence in our work, families, and relationships.