LEAD THE WAY
THE WORLD IS A VERY DIFFERENT PLACE FROM THE ONE IN WHICH MANY OF US GREW UP, AND THE WAY IN WHICH WE LIVE OUR LIVES TODAY HAS FOUND MANY OF US HITTING A WALL OR BURNING OUT.
The world is changing so fast, and we keep speeding up to keep pace with it, believing the more we work, the more we’ll get done. Disrupted by new data streams, businesses and organizations measure everything, ensuring we become lost in numbers and logic. Systems that used to enhance our lives have become disconnected from the very people they were meant to connect.
Old systems from governance to healthcare and education are falling apart, and the new has not yet emerged. We get, stuck in our old ways of doing things, even when they’re clearly not working. The noise of the external world is muting the sound of the internal world, and our intuition is paying the price.
The challenges we face today are both old and new: the polarization of wealth, access to education, jobs and healthcare, environmental issues, terrorism and war have been around for a long time. What’s new is that technology is exacerbating these issues at warp speed and creating new issues we can’t predict. There is no way that old thinking is going to be up to these challenges. We need a whole new approach to our leadership, which is not narrow in focus, but rather broad, open and wisely intuitive.
This final program in the Zen Leadership trilogy completes your journey through the “flips” of The Zen Leader, equipping you with skills and practices by which you can sense the whole picture, seize opportunities and transform visions into value.
January 21 2021, 7:00 pm – January 24 2021, 12:00 pm @ Online – US Central Time Zone
The final course in the HEAL Series equips you with the physical condition to face challenging situations with resilience, joy and a sense of abundance. You’ll deepen your resourcefulness for realizing desired shifts in your practice, clinic, or system. We’ll guide you in taking on a transformation project of your choice, where you apply all the “flips” and practices you’ve learned with support from instructors and peer coaches.