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Lions Roar : January 2010
Today’s most successful organizations are courageous, flexible, creative. They are responsive to the complexities of rapid, interconnected change. They tap into the power of human ingenuity, wisdom, and compassion. “My week at the Summer Institute was extremely enriching and profound. It gave me the ability to look at the world with new eyes and see possibilities within the challenges.” — Ann Flynn, OD Manager, City of Fredericton, New Brunswick For nine years the Shambhala Summer Institute has been a training destination and gathering place for leaders at the frontier of social and organizational change. Whether you are a business leader, entrepreneur, middle manager, or front line worker in government, health, business, community or education, please join us for the 10th annual Summer Institute. Come for two, six, or eight days and deepen your leadership practice while acquiring the skills you need to move your organization to its living, leading edge. Tenth Annual Summer Institute June 3-12, 2010 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada The Summer Institute includes skill-building modules led by world-class faculty, meditation, creative process, and dialogues focused on some of the critical questions of our time. The celebratory 10th Institute will feature highlights from a decade of leadership events. 2010 faculty include Adam Kahane, Barry Oshry, Wendy Palmer, Otto Scharmer, Margaret Wheatley, and Shambhala artists Barbara Bash, Steve Clorfeine, Jerry Granelli, Lanny Harrison, and Arawana Hayashi. Also available in 2010 Pathways of Authentic Leadership in Action. This new certificate course draws on the ALIA Institute’s renowned faculty and transformational curriculum. Begin with the 2010 Summer Institute and then continue with distance learning, peer coaching, a mid-program retreat, and an action- learning project. Over nine months you will acquire the deeply understood concepts, practices, and frameworks that support a lifelong practice of authentic leadership in action.