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You'll have access to those talks and bonuses for 48 hours. The following day you will have access to the next talks and bonuses for 48 hours and this will continue for all 10 days of the conference.
If you want to own the recordings or can't listen during this period, the upgrade package gives you lifetime access to all 30+ talks, including videos, audios, bonuses, and full transcripts for just $197.
We're thrilled that you're here and hope that you enjoy the wealth of information, insights and inspiration that these incredible leaders and teachers have shared with us!
Warmly and in service,
Eric Forbis, Co-Founder & Managing Director
Dawa Tarchin Phillips, Co-Founder & Co-Host
Sandra Yancey, Event Co-Host & Co-Producer
Lifetime Access to over 30 Hours of Training Videos, Audios, Transcripts, and 20+ Speaker Bonuses
Total Value: $2087
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Sexual Harassment and Gender Dynamics: What the Science of Power Teaches Us About Being Better Leaders
Dacher Keltner, Ph.D. is the founding director of the Greater Good Science Center and a professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. After receiving his Ph.D. from Stanford University, Dacher has devoted his career to studying the nature of human goodness, conducting ground-breaking research on compassion, awe, laughter, and love. He is also a leading expert on social intelligence, the psychology of power, and the emotional basis of morality. He has written more than 100 scientific papers and two best-selling textbooks, Social Psychology and Understanding Emotions. He is the author of The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence and Born to Be Good, and a co-editor of The Compassionate Instinct. He has twice presented his research to His Holiness the Dalai Lama as part of a continuing dialogue between the Dalai Lama and scientists, and his work is featured regularly in major media outlets, including The New York Times, CNN, and NPR. In 2008, the Utne Reader named him as one of 50 visionaries who are changing our world.
In this session, Dacher will cover:
- How feeling powerful changes the way people behave
- Warning signs that someone may be abusing power
- Steps to embolden yourself if you're feeling harassed or bullied
- How we can galvanize social change to reduce sexual harassment
How to Inspire and Motivate Others for Excellence in Work and in Life
Transformational speaker, author, executive coach and corporate consultant, Mary Morrissey has over 40 years experience empowering individuals in the areas of abundance, authenticity, and success. As a sought after expert on the “invisible side” of success, Mary has spoken three times at the United Nations, and worked with His Holiness The Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela. Mary has a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology, an honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters and is the author of two best-selling books, No Less Than Greatness and Building Your Field of Dreams, which also became a PBS special. Among all of her achievements and degrees in higher learning, Mary’s favorites are the two black belts she has earned; one in Success and the other in Failure.
In this session, Mary will cover:
- The tools and skills you need to keep your team inspired and aligned with your mission
- How to build a core mission statement in order to build a strong team
- Why a great business must cultivate a great work environment in order to succeed
- How to create collaboration and get groups to work for the common cause
Dawa Tarchin Phillips
What Mindful Leadership Is and Isn't
Dawa Tarchin Phillips is the co-founder of the Mindful Leadership Online Training Conference, a mindful leadership author, serial entrepreneur, and global spiritual leader. He is the Founder/CEO of Empowerment Holdings, and President and Co-Founder of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association. Dawa completed two 3-year meditation retreats and teaches mindfulness and meditation, spiritual awakening, awakened business and awakened leadership around the world. He is a member of the prestigious Transformational Leadership Council and the Association of Transformational Leaders, and a leading voice in the mindfulness movement. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Men’s Fitness, Forbes and Fast Company.
In this session, Dawa will cover:
- How to lead with intelligence, integrity and inspiration
- How to squash self-imposed limitations and evolve your self image in a productive, positive way
- The differences between Mindfulness and Meditation
- Why being present will help you identify more choices and better solutions
BONUS SESSION FROM 2017 CONFERENCE
Tara Brach, Ph.D.
How to Lead with a Wise Heart
Tara Brach, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist, an internationally known teacher of mindfulness meditation, and author of the bestselling Radical Acceptance and True Refuge. Her podcast explores the role of mindfulness in the realization of human potential, and receives more than a million downloads each month.
Dr. Brach’s work is prominently featured in the New York Times guide to meditation and other major media outlets including the Washington Post and Tim Ferris. She has given keynote addresses at conferences offered through Harvard Medical School and Salesforce, among others, and has contributed numerous articles to popular magazines and websites.
Dr. Brach regularly leads accredited workshops for mental health professionals, as well as retreats for wider audiences, at centers in the United States and Europe. She has been invited to teach classes to United States Congress members and staff, to judges of the D.C. Superior Court, and at the Smithsonian. In addition to her public teaching, she is active in bringing meditation into schools, prisons, and underserved populations around the Washington, D.C. area.
In this session, Tara will cover:
- How to understand emotional reactivity--judgment, anger, fear--from the perspective of evolutionary and Buddhist psychology.
- How to apply a mindfulness strategy that gives more choice in responding to stressful situations.
- How to lessen self-judgment and the reflex to judge others.
- Tools that help increase compassion for self and others.