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14th Annual McPhee Lecture & Workshop

The Mindful Leader

featuring Michael Carroll

October 15-16

Seminary of the Southwest

Michael Carroll is the COO of Global Coaching Alliance and author of Awake at Work, The Mindful Leader, and Fearless at Work and has held executive positions with Shearson Lehman/American Express, Simon & Schuster and The Walt Disney Company. Mr. Carroll has been practicing meditation since 1976 and is an authorized teacher in the Kagyu-Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddism.


Upcoming Programs

Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 4th August 12noon-1pm

“3D” Compassion: How to Bring Compassion to Life!
Wednesday 5th August Aug 5, 12, 19 (W) 6-8pm

Summer Leadership Intensive: Fearless at Work
Thursday 6th August Aug 6 (Th) 8am-3pm & Aug 7 (F) 8am-12noon

SoulCollage® Open Studio
Saturday 8th August Aug 8 (Sa) 9:30am-12:30pm

Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon
Tuesday 11th August 12noon-1pm

All Programs

Featured Programs & Services

Summer Leadership Intensive: Fearless at Work

“When we are afraid of ourselves and afraid of the seeming threats the world presents, then we become extremely selfish. We want to build a little nest, our own cocoons, so that we can live our lives in a secure way. But we can be much more brave than that… We must try to think how we can help this world. If we don’t help, nobody will. It is our turn to help the world.”

?Chogyam Trungpa, quoted in Fearless at Work by Michael Carroll

“What would you do if you weren’t afraid?” This is one of the most compelling questions a teacher can ask, and as leaders it is a question we should regularly ask ourselves. Voices of fear, judgment and unquestioned assumptions can limit our leadership and hold us back from the awakened leadership that enables us to bring about transformative change in the world. In this one and a half-day workshop we will draw from the thousand year old Buddhist contemplative tradition of slogan practice or lojong to close the gap between career-oriented values and character-strengthening values. We will examine how mindfulness practice can produce the clarity, insight and courage that enable us to step forward and help the world.

Patricia Speier, DMin

Joe Barry, MA