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Tuesday, November 18, 2014 from 8:30am-5pm
The Transformational Resilience Safe Haven Workshop is cosponsored by: Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, City of Portland Department of Planning and Sustainability, City of Portland Bureau of Emergency Management, Clackamas County Health, Housing, and Human Services, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Multnomah County Department of Mental Health and Addiction, Mulnomah County Office of Emergency Management, Multnomah County Department of Aging and Disabilities Services, Multnomah County Office of Sustainability, & The Resource Innovation Group. Workshop Description: To cope and thrive in the midst of stress and trauma, including the direct and indirect adversities generated by climate change, organizations and communities need to become psychological and emotional Safe Havens for employees and stakeholders. Yet, many organizations react to adversity by unconsciously adopting self-protective mechanisms that further stress and traumatize people. The Safe Haven Transformational Resilience workshop will help senior and mid-level executives from public, private, and non-profit organizations understand the differences between a "trauma-organized" and "resilience-enhancing" organization and assess the degree to which their organization is trauma-organized. Using the Sanctuary Model as a guide, the principles and practices of resilience-enhancing organizations will then be explained. Participants will then learn how to develop and implement systems-based change strategies and develop a customized strategy to transition their organization to a resilience-enhancing Safe-Haven. The one-day workshop is only $95.
Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 8:30am through Friday, November 14, 2014 at 4:30pm
8:30am through Friday, November 14 at 4:30pm
The Transformational Resilience Leaders Self-Care Workshop is co-sponsored by: Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, City of Portland Department of Planning and Sustainability, City of Portland Bureau of Emergency Management, Clackamas County Health, Housing, and Human Services, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Multnomah County Department of Mental Health and Addiction, Mulnomah County Office of Emergency Management, Multnomah County Department of Aging and Disabilities Services, Multnomah County Office of Sustainability, & The Resource Innovation Group. Workshop Description: This workshop is designed to help leaders learn how to care for themselves as they care for others in the midst of stress and adversity. The resilient GROWTH© model will be used to teach participants simple neuroscience-based presencing skills to calm and center themselves by countering their body's natural psychobiological reaction to adversity. Participants will then learn simple purposing skills to make values-based choices to guide their actions in the midst of ongoing stress and trauma. The two-day workshop is only $185.
Thursday, September 25, 2014 from 7-9pm
Experience the Pulse Portland: Leading the Digital Revolution Our signature World Pulse LIVE event—Experience the Pulse—is coming to Portland's World Trade Center this September 25th! Come and be inspired by our three grassroots women leaders from Tibet, Nigeria, and the United States. Jampa, Olanike, and Ynanna will share their stories and visions of girls' education, women and climate change, and maternal health, and demonstrate the power digital technology holds in changing lives, creating solutions, and transforming our world for the better. CONNECT in person with the women leaders of the World Pulse network. LEARN about global issues through the eyes of women and what World Pulse is doing to accelerate much-needed change. JOIN THE PULSE and directly connect through World Pulse with women change makers locally and globally and transform lives—including your own! Event Details 6:30 pm Doors 7:00 pm Evening's Program 8:30 pm Mix & Mingle with the Speakers
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