Leading Meaningfully for Sustainable Growth: A Zen Retreat
Meaning making is universal to all humans. When we find our work meaningful, we willingly commit ourselves to excel beyond the call of our duty. Meaningful work and high performance go hand in hand. As a leader who manages a diverse workforce, would you like to tap into the power of meaningful work and grow yourself and your organization in a sustainable manner?
At this one-day retreat at Shunkoin, a Zen temple in Kyoto, you will explore through reflection and discussion: 1) universal principles of meaning-making; 2) how you make meaning in your work; 3) how you can apply these principles to further excel in your work; and 4) how you can create environments conducive to others’ positive meaning-making.
Join Shizuka Modica, PhD, ACC to discover new ways of leading.
Renowned Rev. Taka Kawakami (Deputy Head Priest) will lead one of the two meditation sessions.
Date: Monday, November 13, 2017
Retreat details and registration: http://www.imi-sustainablegrowth.com/programs/
Fees: Early bird registration fee (on or before October 15): 17,000 Japanese Yen
Regular registration fee (on or after October 16): 19,000 Japanese Yen
For additional information, please contact Shizuka Modica, PhD, ACC: firstname.lastname@example.org