Leading Through Divisive Times: Join Byron Katie & Trium on February 26th

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We’ve only just begun addressing the leadership questions around diversity, equity, and inclusion in an effective and authentic way

Join us for a unique experience as we explore how best to lead
in today’s challenging and divisive landscape

February 26th  in Los Angeles

This one-day leadership workshop will feature world-renowned speaker and New York Times best-selling author, Byron Katie, with an opening by educator and TED speaker Eldra Jackson. Using Byron Katie’s powerful methods, we will take a new approach to the dynamics and challenges of creating truly diverse, equitable, and inclusive cultures. Katie’s simple yet powerful process will help us authentically examine this landscape from the inside out. You will leave with tools, practices, and awareness to lead with greater connection and clarity – as well as a fundamentally different perspective on how best to create meaningful change. Join a committed group of executives to collaboratively engage in this ground-breaking dialogue.

Byron Katie
  • Time Magazine calls Katie “a spiritual innovator for the new millennium”
  • New York Times Best-Selling Author of “Loving What Is”
  • Eckhardt Tolle says “Byron Katie’s Work is a great blessing for our planet”

 

Eldra Jackson
  • Speakerwriter, leader
  • Co-Executive Director of Inside Circle
  • Spent 24 years in prison

 

Event Details:

When: February 26, 2019 10am – 3:30pm
Where: Mr. C Beverly Hills in Los Angeles
Lunch will be served

 

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