Leading as Sacred Practice: A Retreat & Conference
September 5-9, 2016
Please join me and my colleagues, David Sibbet, Gisela Wendling, and Holger Scholz for an extraordinary five days of learning, reflection, and collective discovery. During our time together we will investigate how ritual, ceremony, and the natural world are central to remembering and recreating the sacred in contemporary times.
Is the sacred purely a personal matter or a critical aspect of our group and collective evolution? Has the sacred become marginalized or ignored in the organizational world? Can the sacred be integrated into our work as facilitators, consultants, conveners, and leaders? What is the role of the sacred in our own lives?
Together, we will explore these questions and seek ways to integrate the sacred in our own lives and in our work with clients.
The conference will be held on the exquisite land of the Beuerhof in the middle of Vulkan Eifel, in Germany. This volcanic soil holds memory of ancient European roots but has also been deeply influenced by Lakota Native American practices. We expect the land itself to be a powerful participant.
We are constantly co-creating the collective fields by which we operate in. This conference represents a living laboratory and celebration of these ideas coming into global awareness.
I hope to see you there. Brochure and Registration:
Alan Briskin, co-author The Power of Collective Wisdom