(bring your own coffee/tea and snacks).
This organizational culture session will encourage small group discussion, collaborative problem solving, and creative presentation skills. Participants will explore personal and professional practices to help make the world a better place for each of us, and for everyone around us, particularly in those places where we hope to work well with others.
- What mindfulness practices might be useful in both personal and professional settings?
- What are the six overarching categories of these considerations that will simplify my own practice?
- How does practicing these things make a difference?
Participants will receive a downloadable daily calendar of contemplative practices for personal use.
At Drum for Change, Greg Whitt facilitates workshops and retreats designed to connect people to one another and to the world around them. He studied holistic lifestyle practices in graduate school through the Transformative Leadership and Social Change program at the Maryland University of Integrative Health. His studies focused on wisdom traditions to benefit modern society and these support his work leading experiential education programs.
Greg creatively connects people in ways that are joyful, engaging, and good for you. He shares hands-on philosophy about how we can live, work, and play well together in community, only it's cleverly disguised as music and delivered as interactive and engaging fun.
NOTE 1: The Change SIG is now SEARCHING for several Zoom-comfortable people to join a group producing our programs on a ROTATING BASIS:
-- Review the Google Drive agenda used to manage the programs and insert handout(s), if any
-- Handle 4th (or 5th) Friday Zoom details 8:15-10:45 AM Eastern
-- Do a 45-minute tech check 4th (or 5th) Monday or Tuesday, with speaker(s) & Mary Charles
-- Many thanks to Richard Kurth who will be our August 30th Zoom Host!
NOTE 2: Do you have an idea to polish or a presentation to try out? The Change SIG is looking for 2023 speakers (March-October).
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-656-9573) or Vickie Bevenour.