Fearless at Work: Saturday Workshop

with Michael Carroll

March 16th (2013)

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  • $140 Patron
  • $110 Sustaining
  • $85 Supporting
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Room: Main Shrine Room
Program Registration is Closed.

Join us Friday Evening for a talk and book-signing reception with Michael Carroll. Free of charge when you also register for the Saturday workshop. Register Here

Work is such a crucial part of our life and yet we often struggle with the numerous challenges it presents. Whether it's job insecurity, making peace with (or leaving) an unfulfilling job, or dealing with office conflicts, we often experience fear and a sense of groundlessness - just at a time when we want to be our most creative and resilient.

How can we become more confident in our work life?

Join bestselling author Michael Carroll, author of Awake At Work, The Mindful Leader, and the forthcoming Fearless At Work, for this one-day workshop exploring how mindfulness meditation can help us discover our innate intelligence, bravery, and joy on the job.

Michael Carroll is the author of Awake at Work (Shambhala 2004) and The Mindful Leader (Shambhala 2007) and over his 28 year business career has held executive positions with such companies as Shearson Lehman/American Express, Simon & Schuster and The Walt Disney Company. Michael has an active consulting and coaching business with client firms such as Procter & Gamble, Google, AstraZeneca, Starbucks, National Geographic Expeditions, Merck Pharmaceuticals  and others

Michael has been studying Tibetan Buddhism since 1976, graduated from Buddhist seminary in 1980, and is an authorized teacher in the lineage of the Tibetan meditation master, Chogyam Trungpa.  He has lectured and taught at Wharton Business School, Columbia University, Swarthmore College, Yale University, St. Mary’s University, Kripalu, Cape Cod Institute, Zen Mountain Monastery, Shambhala Mountain Center, Karme Choling, Omega Institute (assisting Pema Chodron) and many other practice centers throughout the US, Canada and Europe.