- Would you love to find ways to step into leadership without compromising collaboration?
- Are you eager to break out of power over approaches to power?
- Do you want to learn how to collaborate across power differences?
- Do you long to work effectively with others towards an inspiring shared purpose?
- Are you excited to engage productively with interpersonal, cultural and power differences in service of the whole?
- Would you find it meaningful to grow your capacity to welcome conflict as a call to collaboration?
At this time of unprecedented challenge, no amount of individual change alone will suffice to change the rules of the game. If we are going to change the social structures that shape our lives, we will need to grapple with them directly. Moving in this direction will invariably ask us to collaborate with others towards shared visions.
This is where the task of living the future in the present becomes urgent, so that our way of working for change is equally important to what change we want to create.
Transforming separation, scarcity, and powerlessness in the context of developing new models of power and leadership is a world unto itself, and the journey of learning how to lead without coercing, how to truly combine power with love, will likely take significant individual and collective efforts to achieve. This is the essence of what this 2-day mini-intensive is about.
Miki Kashtan, Ph.D.
Miki is Lead Collaboration Consultant at the Center for Efficient Collaboration and a co-founder of Bay Area Nonviolent Communication (BayNVC). Miki aims to support visionary leadership and shape a livable future using collaborative tools based on the principles of Nonviolent Communication.
Miki shares these tools through mediation, meeting facilitation, consulting, coaching, and training for organizations and committed individuals. Her latest book, Reweaving Our Human Fabric: Working together to Create a Nonviolent Future (2015), explores the practices and systems needed for a collaborative society. Miki is committed to stewarding and using her privilege for the benefit of all.
- Dates & Times: Saturday, May 19 & Sunday, May 20: 9am-5pm
- Cost: Community Board Members – Early Bird, $425 / Late – After April 26, $500 | Public – Early Bird, $500 / Late – After April 26, $650
- Register HERE
- Location: 10th & Mission Family Housing, 1390 Mission Street, San Francisco
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