A Valuable Experience for You
The leadership journey of nonprofit leaders involves constant challenge and the need for renewal. The more passion one brings to one’s work, the more vital it is to renew one’s spirit, reflect on one’s meaning and purpose, and reconnect with what one does. To meet this pressing need, Fieldstone Leadership Network offers leadership retreats for nonprofit executives and emerging leaders. Each retreat offers a transformational experience that engages nonprofit leaders in an experiential learning process that is reflective, inspiring, and rejuvenating.
The Courage Way: Fortifying Nonprofit Leaders
Serra Retreat Center – Malibu, California
Monday, November 5 – Wednesday, November 7, 2018
In these turbulent and challenging times, we often need courage to stay true to our deeply held values amid the complexity of our roles and responsibilities. For those of us who lead and serve our communities, it’s especially crucial that we make time to renew our spirits, and reflect on the purpose and passion that underlie our work so that we can sustain ourselves for the long haul.
At this 3-day, 2-night Courage & Renewal® retreat you’ll discover a unique kind of professional and personal development—one that deepens your self-awareness and renews your energy to live and lead with authenticity, integrity and courage.
Join us for a unique opportunity to:
- Renew heart, mind and spirit as you explore the connection between what you do and who you are;
- Reconnect to your vocation by identifying and honoring your gifts and strengths, and also acknowledging limits;
- Engage with like-minded peers in a safe space for honest dialogue, careful listening and deep connection that honors diversity in person and nonprofit experience;
- Learn to create trustworthy environment for others that help communities learn and grow together;
- Develop healthy ways to hold the tensions inherent in a life of leadership or service;
- Discover self-reflective practices for leadership that help you gain clarity about deeper questions and become more intentional about your work.