The time, talent, and energy of your staff is your organization's most valuable resource. How well do you invest in it? The top-down, hierarchical model of training no longer works. In this one-day workshop, you'll build skills in teaching of others at work and everywhere else . You’ll learn a progressive model of pedagogical theory (how people learn), how to teach to where your learner is, and how to implement it in your professional and personal life. Designed for managers, parents, or anyone who has to communicate knowledge to others in their lives.
Healing Wounds, Mending Relationships
Apologies have been all over the news recently, reminding us there are both good and bad ways to apologize. Good apologies heal the world. They mend wounds, transcend egos, bolster justice, and foster peace. Bad apologies fester and deepen wounds. Learn how to seek understanding of the wronged person’s perspective and why their perspective—not your sincerity or remorse—is the key to healing a relationship.
Do you do any training of others at work? Teaching is a fundamental life skill. The majority of value in any organization is the knowledge of its workers. How do you pass it on and make it more effective?
In this one day workshop, you’ll learn the basics of pedagogical theory (how people learn), how to teach to where your learner is and what they need to know, and how to implement it in your professional and personal life. Designed for managers, parents, or anyone who has to communicate knowledge in their lives.
Transitioning from individual contributor to manager
Being a manager requires a fresh mindset and different abilities than being an individual contributor. This course offers vital skills to managers who have been promoted in the last few years and don't have an MBA.
How did bitters go from traditional digestive medicine to quirky cocktail ingredient? Reclaim ancestral digestive medicinal knowledge and make your own bitters in this hands-on workshop.
We lead hectic, disconnected, and busy lives. Even when we are supposed to be relaxing it can feel like we're just trying to check something off our to-do list. Creating Meditative Plant Art is a practice for getting out of that "always-going," goal-oriented mode and slowing down to notice the Sacred in the ordinary all around you.