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Whether you’re seeking personal support to survive a difficult context or leadership development to actively change that context, we have a cohort program for you. You’ll gain frameworks and a group of meaningful relationships that will help you reflect on the particular challenges of your situation.
On July 1st, 2022, President J. Derek McNeil welcomed Resmaa Menakem in Seattle on tour for his newest book, The Quaking of America: An Embodied Guide to Navigating Our Nation’s Upheaval and Racial Reckoning. Their conversation included the impact of white-body supremacy and the origins of racial trauma along with the need for somatic integration and perspective in the healing process for America.
When you feel worn down, it can be easy to lose sight of the truth. The truth is that you are already resilient. Rather than focusing on supplementing, filling in, or fixing our shortcomings, we want to invite you to focus on the strength you already have. We invite you to recognize the resilient person you already are, and to continue to grow that resilience. How can you grow in resilience? To help you discover this, we’re offering our 5-part video series - Resilience 101 - completely free!
We all have practices we do day in and day out, some intentionally and some subconsciously. How do you shift those practices to lead a more intentional and purposeful life? Learn the unforced rhythms of grace and step into a life full of intention, purpose, passion, and wholeness in the context of a supportive community.
Your call is more all-encompassing than any single career. Call is how you put together lots of elements of your life–your relationships, recreation, and non-paid work–into a meaningful whole. No single role in your career can bear all the weight of your need for purpose. That said, over a lifetime you will probably spend more time at your places of work than you spend doing any other single activity.