About Compassion 2.0
What topics will this conference cover?
Join us in a new "Community of Practice of Compassion"
for leaders of all levels in today's institutions
What happens when an Organization incorporates Compassion throughout its Policies, Procedures, and Culture? How will that organization change?
How does a Compassionate organization impact the results of people working together towards a common goal, be it business, non-profit, educational, governmental?
This Conference will address a wide range of issues that affect institutional culture, employee engagement and productivity, DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) while showcasing how Compassion can have a profound impact on raising morale and greater organizational impact.
Our goal is to establish a "Community of Practice of Compassion" for professionals at any level in an institution, to find resoruces, policies, best practices, other professionals, and other resources to bring back to their organization. Attendees will depart from the conference invigorated and with new techniques and practices to change their organization at the group, team, department, division or entity level!
What happens when we take the next step of self improvement and move from Mindfulness (Center in Self) to Compassion (Center in Other)?
What happens in the organization? How does the work change?
How does the organizations results change?
More 2020 Speaker Announcements Coming Soon
Oshoke Pamela Abalu is cofounder of Love & Magic Company, and pioneers human-centered design solutions that infuse consciousness, energy flow, and inclusivity into global workplace transformations.
Lori is an internationally recognized emotional intelligence and mindfulness teacher known for her compassion and enthusiasm in supporting people to thrive.
Bill was responsible for developing and managing worldwide programs to demonstrably increase well being, increase compassion and sustain performance at Google.
Shauna Shapiro, PhD
Shauna Shapiro, PHD is a best-selling author, professor, clinical psychologist and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness and self-compassion.
Chinedu Echeruo is a serial entrepreneur who founded HopStop, which Apple acquired. He is a cofounder of the Love & Magic Company, an inclusive innovation consultancy focused on transforming companies into what he calls “Beloved” organizations.
Dr. Jim Doty
Dr Doty is the founder and director of the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University of which the Dalai Lama is the founding benefactor.
Laura is the Founder of the Center for Compassionate Leadership, which melds evidence-based principles of leadership and the latest scientific research with the wisdom of contemplative practices.
He is the Author of Gross National Happiness Philosophy (GNH) in schools for Bhutan. One of his recent initiatives was training all 10000 teachers on Neuroscience-based Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness Meditation
After twenty-five years of customer-oriented leadership roles, Scott leads the Compassion and Mindfulness programs at LinkedIn.
Ward (SN) Maillard
Ward explores how in education the implicit curriculum (processes of learning and the relationships that result) impact our society, our environment and the evolution of our humanness.
Ruchika equips & empowers Googlers to live fully, perform sustainably, for positive behavior change, leading to higher well-being and increased resilience.
Venerable Tenzin Chogkyi is a Buddhist nun, activist and popular Buddhist retreat leader and teacher. She loves bridging the worlds of Buddhist thought, current events, and the latest research in the field of positive psychology.
Shelly Tygielski is a Self-Care Activist. Shelly teaches “modern-life mindfulness” with a special emphasis on teaching mindfulness in public schools, at non-profits and in social justice and political organizations.
Jose A. Egurbide is the Assistant to the Chief of the Criminal and Special Litigation Branch at the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, and currently teaches Restorative Justice at Pepperdine Law School’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution.
Corey Custer is the Director of Compassion for Brighton Jones, he takes a leadership role to the Mindfulness-based Emotional and Social Intelligence initiative, philanthropic efforts, to foster an ethos of compassion and put compassion into action.
As Looker's Global Head of Diversity, Cornell is passionate about establishing relationships and collaborating to facilitate cross cultural dialogue and establish more inclusive environments.
Dr Jane Dutton
Passionate about applications of Positive Organizational Scholarship to improve life in and of work organizations, and a co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizations
Speakers come from the following organizations:
Ministry of Education, Bhutan
Full detail coming soon
|Thursday November 19th||Activities|
|4:00pm||Open - On Site Check-in|
|5:00pm - 6:45pm||Dinner & Unconference|
|7:00pm - 8:00pm||Keynote Speech|
|Friday November 20th||Activities|
|7:00am||Optional Yoga/Meditation, breakfast|
|8:00am - 5:45pm||Various Sessions All Day|
|Saturday November 21st||Activities|
|7:00am||Optional Yoga/Meditation, breakfast|
|8:00am -4:00 pm||Various Sessions All Day|
|4:00 pm - 5:00 pm||Closing Session|
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