You’ve experienced the flips of Zen Leadership or the power of resonance, or perhaps you’re oriented toward embodied leadership and are just now finding this pathway. If you’re sensing it can take you further than any other, you’d be right.
Become a certified Zen Leadership Instructor, qualified to teach Zen leadership in your work, expand our curriculum through your expertise and join the pool we draw from in staffing our programs.
In addition to Practitioner pathway courses and FEBI certification, Zen Leadership Instructor certification requires regular attendance at our annual Master Class and instructor-level training with our sister organization, Chosei Zen, including at least two intensive 4-day sesshin or keishin (i.e., online training).
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Who is it for?
You’re a teacher, facilitator or leadership development professional who wants to help leaders break free of ego-based limitations
You’re motivated to train in Zen and want to integrate Zen and Zen leadership principles into your teaching or facilitation
You’d like to qualify for paid teaching work with IZL
Prerequisites: experience in teaching, facilitation, leadership or leadership development. Ask us if you have questions about qualifying.
How does it work?
The Zen Leadership Instructor pathway starts with one of the Practitioner pathways (i.e., Zen Leader or HEAL Practitioner pathway) and FEBI Certification. It adds personalized guidance from instructors, regular connection to the IZL community, instructor-level Zen training with Chosei Zen and regular attendance at IZL’s annual Master Class.
What will you learn?
How to teach the flips of Zen Leadership and associated curriculum
How to apply Zen leadership to personal, professional and societal challenges
How to apply best practices and feedback from others in strengthening your own teaching
How to deepen your own exploration of teaching from connected consciousness
How to apply Zen leadership to better care for people (including racial justice and social change) and the planet.
Online, live, cohort-based program
Weekend starts Thursday evening, runs through the weekend, and finishes Sunday at lunch