The WORK @ work – What is holding YOU back?
May 26 - 27, 2012
Edmonton, AB, Canada
The work that you offer to the world can be a powerful and meaningful part of your life. Whether you are a leader, CEO, artist, self-employed person, writer, plumber, business owner or teacher—your work is a place you meet the world with much of your life energy and your own gifts.
Stressful thinking, limiting beliefs and fear, can make it challenging to step fully into your work, and offer the best of yourself. Work can become overwhelming, unhappy and 'stuck' when our minds are confused or closed.
Fear about other people's judgments, failure, conflict, money or the future; difficulty working with others; competition; stress and beliefs about ourselves can make it difficult or sometimes even impossible to have an effective, enjoyable and healthy work life.
The Work is a powerful and skillful tool to support you in opening your mind in your professional work inviting it back to it's creative, intelligent and peaceful nature. From a more clear place, you can see more possibility, think more clearly and act wisely and decisively.
“I have found working with Caitlin an incredible addition to my life … combined with a daily meditation practice it is an ongoing journey to self knowledge. My capacity to find inner clarity and host myself has risen dramatically and out of that my capacity to host others continues to grow.”
—Tim Merry, Facilitator, Social Entrepreneur and Coach, Myrgan Inc, Nova Scotia
“For me, The Work has been transformative, in every dimension of my life (personal, relationships, work). Caitlin is incredibly gifted in this practice and an amazing coach to help us find our way to all that is waiting for us just below the surface of our thoughts. I’ve loved being introduced to the Work with her and would love to spend many weekends with her!”
—Teresa Posakony, Organizational Consultant and Process Facilitator. The Berkana Institute
As well as anyone I know, Caitlin invites work at a deeper place of freedom and ground. Perfect for these times, whether as individuals or groups. To go to next levels of learning, it is a gift to be with someone who has done their own work. Caitlin is one of those gifts. -
—Tenneson Woolfe, Management Consultant, facilitator and coach, Utah
Cancellation Policy for This EventAll cancellations must be submitted in writing. If your cancellation is received nine (9) days in advance of the workshop, your tuition will be refunded less a $100 processing fee. If you do not send advance written notice of your cancellation, if you do not attend, or if you leave the workshop early, your payment is non-refundable and non-transferable.
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Saturday, May 26, 2012:
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 27: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Alumni House, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
$465 registered and paid before
April 20, 2012
$525 after April 20th.
Lodging and Meals
This workshop is non-residential. Accommodation is available on campus. See University website: http://www.asinfo.ualberta.ca/en/ConferenceServices/Accommodation/GuestRooms.aspx
For more information about the workshop, contact Caitlin Frost:
This workshop is presented in partnership with Bridgeworks Consulting, Edmonton, Alberta http://www.bridgeworksconsulting.ca/coaching.htm
This event counts as 11 hours for Candidates in the BKI Facilitator Certification Program. Participants must attend the entire event in order to receive credit.
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