Time: May 31, 2013 at 2:30pm to June 2, 2013 at 4pm
Location: Fort Mason
Street: Fort Mason Center Bldg C
City/Town: San Francisco, CA
Website or Map: http://www.deepdemocracyinsti…
Phone: (415) 729-5768
Event Type: weekend workshop
Organized By: Deep Democracy Institute
Latest Activity: May 28, 2013
We invite you to join us for our 3-day seminar on Depth Leadership. You will learn to discover the process, power, and beauty in your lifelong pattern, your “calling” or lifemyth, and how to apply this knowledge and approach in your team, your projects, and your organization. We alternate between mini-lectures, dyad work (to experiment and discover your personal lifemyth), and project based small group work in which you can find the deeper patterns of your team, organization, or project, and then develop a depth leadership strategy. In addition, we will facilitate our own group of participants as an ad hoc organization.
Day 1: Your Lifemyth: Discovering your individual lifemyth, the timeless pattern behind all of your experiences, expressing it, and bringing it into the here and now.
Day 2: Childhood Dreams of Organizations and Movements: Finding the inherent, naturally emerging pattern in your team and organization, and how to use its multileveled and multifaceted magic to blossom.
Day 3: Childhood Dreams of Teams and Relationships: How to facilitate the aspect of the relationship and team that is bigger than the sum of its parts.
WHO IS THIS MEANT FOR?
This seminar is meant for anyone who is interested in bringing together the worlds of self-discovery and personal growth, deeper holistic connections (spirituality), and everyday action and results. Backgrounds of participants are often highly diverse, and include: social activism, corporate business, art, spirituality, coaching and facilitation, healthcare, politics, and transitional phases. In our seminars, commonly young artists work together with seasoned CEOs, social activists connect with politicians, and sustainable farmers interact with software developers, in the spirit of one of our taglines: Deep Democracy—we make unlikely connections inevitable.
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