Registration is now open for all members of the Association for Spiritual Integrity to attend the next scheduled webinar with Dr. Cedar Barstow,, M.Ed., C.H.T., D.P.I., Founder and Director of the Right Use of Power Institute. The topic for this second webinar event with Dr. Barstow is “Power & Leadership Challenges”.
Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Time: 11:00 am Pacific time zone
Description: Let’s talk about power and leadership challenges. As spiritual leaders/teachers, we witness and experience misuses of power. We have personal dilemmas in our power roles. What should I do when I get caught up in a challenging power dynamic? How can I repair a relationship break when I’ve made a mistake? Our discussion will be seeded by an informational offering from Dr. Barstow about both the neurobiology of power and some of the perils of power. Come to this event prepared with some observations about power issues in your own experience as a spiritual leader.
“Power & Leadership Challenges” Handouts: Below are links to download handouts from Dr. Barstow that will be used for reference throughout this webinar. If you can print them all, great!
Note: Registration for this webinar is for ASI Members only. If you would like to join the ASI (and also attend this event) please see the Join for Free webpage for details.
Members, please click the button below to complete the simple registration form to attend:
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Thank you, and see you soon!
About Dr. Cedar Barstow, M.Ed., C.H.T., D.P.I.
My primary passion and focus is spreading several practical and relationship-centered ideas. Power can and must be used with compassion. Power, as simply the ability to have an effect or to have influence, can be used to heal past harm, resolve conflicts, repair relationships, and evolve situations. Ethics, in its broadest and richest context, is the right use of power and influence. In addition to good intentions, there are theories and skills involved in learning more and more about using the power that you already have wisely and well. More info…