Building Personal Mastery

Create a more self-aware, balanced and inspired social change practice.

May 5 - 9, 2018  

Building Personal Mastery

Create a more self-aware, balanced and inspired social change practice.

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  • Reconnect with your values and what motivates and inspires you.
  • Identify root causes of inner conflicts and develop new tools for moving old issues forward.
  • Turn this internal self-awareness into more effective external actions, deepening your leadership and creating new ways of approaching change work.
  • Approach polarizing situations with a wider perspective and more skillful capacity to intervene.
  • Nourish your commitment and activism for the long haul by deepening connections to the natural world which sustains us.
  • Build bonds of connection, celebrate diversity and honour contributions to social change.

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Building Personal Mastery is led by:

  • Jean-Pierre Guilhaume (Learning as Leadership)
  • Jackie Larkin (The Work That Reconnects)
  • Parker Johnson (Equity, Diversity and Intercultural Education)

Course Dates: May 5 - 9, 2018
*Accommodation includes the evening of May 4, 2018 to ensure all participants arrive at the Haven on Gabriola Island on time, ready to begin the course at 9am on May 5. The final session will end at 3pm on May 9, 2018.

Cost: $1450* + accommodation ($CAN)
*Building Personal Mastery includes a 360-degree Feedback Process

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Tuition Bursaries are available. Learn More

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All Inner Activist courses are grounded in the understanding and awareness that individuals and groups working for social change do so within the context of social inequity and power difference.

"This course gave me insight into all the ways I get in the way of my own success. I feel my capacity as a change agent is about to blossom as a result of taking this course." Jodi Kobernski, Executive Director, Organic Council of Ontario"