Program Details

Radical Responsibility- Awakened Leadership: Community Engagement Practices for Creating Enlightened Society


with Fleet Maull
November 21 / 7:00 PM - November 23 / 6:00 PM

In this intensive, experiential workshop, participants will be introduced to an integrated set of transformative communication, leadership and community building skills and practices while cultivating greater personal resilience, empathy, compassion and emotional & social intelligence.  The training will include mindfulness-awareness meditation instruction and practice, experiential exercises, coaching and small group discussions. This weekend is ideally suited for those working in the public sphere: government, business and nonprofit leaders, teachers, social service professionals, therapists, ministers and any other organizational change agents.

Participants will train in a variety of mindfulness and awareness meditation practices: presencing, emotional literacy, emotional regulation, state shifting, self-resourcing, deep listening, the basics of motivational interviewing, giving and receiving feedback - ultimately learning better ways to engage effectively with the various challenges we face in our daily lives.


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 Dharma Network, 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.


NASW CEU credits will be offered for completing the program. 


 


For those who only wish to attend the talk on Friday, the fee is $20. 


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More About Acharya Fleet Maull


Fleet founded Prison Dharma Network in 1989, National Prison Hospice Association in 1991, Peacemaker Institute in 2001, and the Center for Contemplative End of Life Care Programs at Naropa University in 2003.  He served on the Naropa University faculty from 1999 to 2009, teaching courses in psychology, meditation, and socially engaged buddhism.  He also serves as senior faculty with the Upaya Institute’s (Santa Fe, NM)Being with Dying program and co-director of the Upaya Institute’s Chaplaincy Training Program.   

Fleet is also a Dharma successor of Zen master and social entrepreneur, Roshi Bernie Glassman, and a fully empowered teacher or Sensei and senior priest in the Zen Peacemaker Sangha and the Soto Zen lineage of Maezumi Roshi.  As a Zen peacemaker, Fleet serves as a spirit holder of the annual Bearing Witness Retreat at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland and leads street retreats and other bearing witness retreats.


For further information see: www.FleetMaull.com




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