Program Details

Radical Responsibility™ & Awakened Leadership with Fleet Maull

with Fleet Maull
April 25 / 7:00 PM - April 27 / 6:00 PM

Registration: Click here to register

Venue: Center for Built Environmental and Infrastructure Studies, Morgan State University 5299 Perring Parkway Baltimore, MD 21239 (map link below)

Our policy is to never turn anyone away for financial reasons. Please contact us if finances are an issue. p&

Information about Program:
Radical Responsibility, a forthcoming book by Fleet Maull, challenges us to awaken from the fog of victimization, blame, and self-imposed limitations in order to achieve genuine personal freedom and create authentic and powerful relationships in our personal and professional lives.  Through Radical Responsibility we choose freedom and self-empowerment by consciously choosing to take 100% responsibility or ownership not only for what we clearly create in life but also for whatever shows up, regardless of any apparent connection to our own actions. In this provocative weekend program, Fleet Maull will draw clear distinctions between genuine responsibility and the shame-based blaming of self and others that dominates our culture, while challenging the audience to look at all the ways we give away our power and freedom and compromise our authenticity in everyday life. Radical Responsibility is grounded in the recognition of our own innate, basic goodness and worthiness.  Throughout the weekend, we will engage in contemplative practices and experiential processes designed to help us connect with and develop greater confidence in our innate goodness and worthiness, giving us the resilience we need to step up to the challenge of Radical Responsibility and embrace a life of authenticity and genuine personal power.  This contemplative, experiential workshop will introduce participants to a wealth of practices and skillful means for realizing their limitless potential as awake, responsible, and authentic adult human beings.

This weekend is ideally suited, but not limited for: Business, nonprofit and government leaders and innovators, consultants, trainers and coaches, business and social services professionals, teachers, tech and media professionals, community activists and change agents of all kinds.

Biography of Presenter:
Fleet Maull has been developing and leading innovative trainings in integral, transformative and mindfulness-based approaches to effective communication, authentic leadership, team building and organizational and social change for the past 25 years. He is an author and the founder of the Prison Mindfulness Institute, The National Prison Hospice Association, Peacemaker Institute, and the Center for Contemplative End of Life Care Programs at Naropa University, where he served on the faculty for over 10 years. He is a frequent presenter at conferences on socially engaged Buddhism, corrections and hospice care. He is the author of "Dharma In Hell: the Prison Writings of Fleet Maull", the forthcoming book, "Radical Responsibility", and numerous book chapters and articles on contemplative end of life care, mindfulness-based prison work and peacemaking. He is a senior teacher or Acharya in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition and a teacher or Sensei in the Soto Zen school of Buddhism. He taught Buddhist Psychology, Socially Engaged Buddhism and Contemplative Approaches to Social Action & Peacemaking at Naropa University from 1999 to 2009, where he also founded the Center for Contemplative End of Life Care.

View brief video of Acharya Maull teaching in prison:

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Continuing Education Credits:  This program has been approved for 16 hours of continuing education credit by the National Association of Social Workers for Category 1, and by the Board of Professional Counselors & Therapists and the Maryland Board of Social Work examiners for Category A. 
Fee for Continuing Education Credits: $15

Baltimore Contact People: Eric Laufe LGSW or Robin Williams
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