Warriors for the Human Spirit: Cultivating our Capacity to Serve with Meg Wheatley
November 09, 2013 - November 11, 2013
Warriors for the human spirit willingly work in troubling and difficult situations, striving to use skills of insight and compassion rather than aggression and fear. This is difficult work, but rich in meaning and purpose. This retreat gives time to explore some of the essential skills of warriorship, all of which focus on developing trust and confidence in our capacities: identifying our right work; identifying what triggers aggression and fear; maintaining presence in the midst of chaos; developing inner peace.
: Margaret Wheatley
, EdD, received her doctorate in Organizational Behaviour and Change from Harvard University, and a Masters in Media Ecology from New York University. A global citizen since her youth, she writes, teaches, and speaks about how we might organize and accomplish our work in chaotic times. She was a practicing consultant for 30 years, is co-founder and President emerita of The Berkana Institute, and has written four books and numerous articles. www.margaretwheatley.com
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