Much of working for The People, is actively knowing how to problem solve, and at the same time, manage projects and programs. Students will learn how to identify the most common logical fallacies (that have impacted you as an individual and your organization) of spirituality. We will examine trends that stagnate productivity and best practices that increase productivity.
Students will examine techniques useful for untangling complex communication (and controversial arguments) from the inside-out and vice versa. Through close evaluation, we will (1) determine how to ask the right questions; (2) will practice fact-finding in the search for the “real” reason something has occurred, and most importantly (3) how to appropriately address the issue(s) as they occur.
Participants will contemplate differences between the conceptual roles of authority, as opposed to leadership, as it’s related to project and program management. Students will be taught the importance of delineation of duties and how to stay within the range of your individual paths. Most importantly, how to materialize (and quantify) intangible events, into tangible outcomes, in association with the end game!
Students will grasp and formulate the baselines of spiritual-success and baselines of spiritual-failure in their respective operation. This strategy will help individuals to specialize in an empirical fix for their direct dilemmas and problem areas. We will discuss the importance of strategic growth and the creation of more infrastructure (and sacred space) in order to force change.
Students will become versed in the power of transparency and the positive effects of hope, focus, and energy, as it pertains to being an active representative of change. Every student will get to hear me rant about the anti-spinning campaign, don’t worry, you’ll love it…
In the spirit of productivity, there has never been a more pressing time in our collective humanity, where a person has the ability to be so connected to modern advancements and so disconnected from nature at the same time. At some point, our intention to become engaged and active in one arena over the other is what will define our usefulness on this planet. —Brian Melendez