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Try a Little Tenderness: Mindful Self-Compassion (Dates are postponed. New dates will be announced soon)

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Who is this for?

Coaches and other leaders.

What will participants learn?

The science behind self-criticism; how our inner critics hold us back; and how application of mindful self-compassion can assist in our and our clients’ vertical development.

Why take this workshop?

Impostor syndrome and inner critical voices hamper our development and make it difficult to take other perspectives and address suffering in a constructive way. MSC is not the only antidote but is easily learned, proven effective and offers coaches a transformational new set of tools for working with clients.

Dates & Time

Dates for this course were postponed. We will announce the new dates soon.

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Accessibility ~ Fees

The full price is US $600. We have a limited number of spaces at US $450 for individuals working in non-profit organizations.

We also offer a self-selected reduced fee of US $150 for participants who belong to historically underrepresented groups, e.g., people of colour, indigenous people, and those outside the western business paradigm.

We hope to keep this learning circle accessible for all that wish to attend.  If cost is still an issue, please reach out to Rebecca Scott.

Cancellation & Terms

Payment is fully refundable up to 28 days before the start of the event, less a 13% processing fee; it is not refundable thereafter. If the event is under-enrolled, we reserve the right to cancel 28 days prior to the event start date, and refund your registration fee in full.

“Remember that if you really want to motivate yourself, love is more powerful than fear.”
~ Kristin Neff, Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself

Faculty Bios

Mark Rovner

Mark Rovner, PCC is an executive coach with a long track record working with nonprofit leaders and other world changers. He brings abundant warmth, clarity and humor to his work as a coach, consultant and trainer. Mark has been a student of compassion for many years, beginning in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and more recently weaving in social science and neuroscience. He is a trained teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion and a trained Immunity to Change facilitator. Marks spends many of his off-hours underwater and has yet to meet a shark he didn’t love.

Rebecca Scott

Rebecca Scott is a leadership coach who is passionate about helping people living with chronic conditions live full, purposeful, and joyous lives. She believes in the transformational power of meaningful conversation, celebrating all your victories, and feeling all your feelings. She also believes in kindness, including to oneself... which is easier said than done. Rebecca is also a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory and loves talking about the delights and challenges of working across difference.