In the old model, we often entered our workplace each day and put on a compromised version of our self. In the new paradigm, we bring our full being with our dreams, wisdom and experience, knowing that we must channel our energies in ways that balance our needs with that of the organization. We’ll explore the meaning of workplace culture, best practices for dealing with negativity (ours and others!) and methods for getting out of our own way. Join us in an interactive process where we “go deep” about what it means to do good work, be at work, and experience stronger results, more meaning, and greater fulfillment.
The workshop begins on Sunday evening after a 6:00 pm dinner; and then there are morning, afternoon, and evening sessions on Monday, concluding with a morning session on Tuesday and lunch. There are plenty of breaks to enjoy this special place, and as an added bonus, your cell phone won’t work and you can’t check the Internet!
Your Breitenbush fee covers lodging, six yummy vegetarian meals, and the use of the facilities. The rates per person (not per night!) are $236 for a cabin with a toilet and sink, $194 if you’re willing to make the short trek to the bathhouse, and $150 for one of the limited rooms in the lodge. The workshop fee is $125. Class size is limited to 16, and we often reach the maximum. Members of Certified B Corps, IC-SVN, nonprofit organizations, and college students are eligible for a $50 rebate.
Flip Brown has worked with socially responsible organizations for over 18 years in Vermont and across North America, and is the sole proprietor of Business Culture Consultants. He has experience in international business, non-profit service, depth psychology, executive coaching, rock ‘n’ roll music and organic gardening. He loves his job. He is the author of Balanced Effectiveness at Work: How to Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor without Driving Yourself Nuts. A copy will be provided to each participant.