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The Evolution of AloHā- An Indigenous Path to Personal Reflection

Minimum 2 hours

 

The Evolution of AloHā is an Indigenous practice that helps us intentionalize our thoughts, words, and deeds without causing additional harm. It honors the energy (mana) and life found in aloha — compassion — and helps us focus on addressing the concerns at hand. 

 

The guiding principles found in the acronymic tool of A.L.O.H.A is intended to navigate triggering conversations, examine our own bias, and provide a foundation for personal growth. 

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The Resilience Advantage™

Minimum 3 hours

 

Based on more than 20 years of HeartMath’s published, peer-reviewed research on the science of resilience, The Resilience Advantage program provides a powerful skill set and engaging technology to prepare individuals to thrive in a world of flux, challenge and opportunity. 

 

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Whole Systems Leadership

Minimum 12 hours

Integrate a working and practical understanding of Whole Systems Design within organizations. The principles of systems thinking and design such as emergence, feedback, and resilience give leadership and staff a method for processing and understanding the relevant times we live in and their place within them. This professional service aims to increase awareness of individuals in the organization and their connection to the whole, provide insight into how to intervene within systems, and guide participants towards organizational growth through personal development.   

 

 

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Organizational Equity Through Personal Decolonization™

Minimum  16 hours

No one likes to deal with the past. There are so many questions that arise. What am I responsible for? How does this affect our present? Are we just adding fuel to the social fire?

These questions are worthy of exploration and so is our connection to past systems that have inevitable, current world consequences. It is impossible to fully move on as a society from the trauma of the past if we are not willing to examine it. However, this exploration must be an invitation of inclusion for everyone to participate.

 

This workshop will take you and your team on a journey of finding the systemic connections today to decisions and social constructs of the past. Together, we can learn to see, analyze and dismantle the paradigms that no longer serve us as teams, individuals and as a society.