Exploring the emerging future after the polar shift; cultivating practices for embodiment and emergence.
Greetings Friends of KCC!
You are invited to join us to:
- Engage in deep conversations with like-minded practitioners and seekers who are inviting spirit into living and working and into this great time of change
- Explore embodied presence and leadership practices based on the movements of the U process
- Experience the mystery and magic of emergence – be surprised
- Renew connections with old friends and create new relationships
We will explore together in small (family) and large groups, learning through experience while engaging in specific movement practices and dialogue. There will be ample free time to rest, commune with nature, connect with friends and colleagues, and enjoy fine food and conversation.
Saturday afternoon we will “Open Space” – an opportunity for participants to lead a small group session on any topic. If you would like to share a particular model, creative approach, emerging insights, theme, book, or anything that has been inspiring you in your work or your life, or even just lead a group in singing songs or making snow angels, please bring any necessary materials and come prepared to share your offer.
Saturday evening’s entertainment will include a ‘Show and Tell.’ So, bring along your own gifts and talents (and your own props). Creative collaborations are definitely encouraged!
Feel free to forward this invitation to anyone you think might enjoy the KCC community and this offering. Also, visit the KCC webpage at: www.spiritintheworkplace.com
The conference begins with dinner at 6pm on Friday and concludes with lunch on Sunday.
Fees: Onsite weekend – $255 (including meals and accommodation), Commuter – $165 (meals only). This includes a reduced administration fee. The KCC vision counsel has agreed to suspend membership fees and reduce administration fees for 2013. Space is limited so sign up early. If you have any questions, please send an email to email@example.com
In service, your design team:
Allie Middleton, Nancy Plumer, Paul Ward