Join us for a fun and lively dive into the new field of human development: Human Consciousness Architecture.
8-Session Webinar Series
Are you interested in exploring the next evolution of human development? Join us Winter 2017 for an overview of our Human Consciousness Architecture program. We’ll cover the basics and provide both the neuroscience background for expanding our understanding of how to work with people in the most effective way, as well as new tools and resources you can use immediately. While not as in-depth and comprehensive as our in-person workshops, this webinar series will give you a good grounding in what makes Human Consciousness Architecture particularly effective and expansive when helping others grow and develop.
Who is this series for?
This webinar series is suitable for anyone who works with humans — coaches, teachers, managers and supervisors, healers of any kind, leaders, clergy, or just curious individuals.
Dates/Times: Wednesdays 3 pm to 4:30 EST, Jan 25 to March 22 ( Feb 22 OFF)
Location: Your office, living room, or favorite coffee house.
#1, Jan 25: Introduction to HCA, overview of the CATSU model.
#2, Feb 1: Consciousness and co-creation, what is the point of human development; how do we co-create at the highest levels?
#3, Feb 8: Activating the brain, the being and doing of human development
#4, Feb 15: How to give advice that people listen to and take to heart; the three Rs}
Feb 22: No Meeting
#5, March 1: Teaching and Storytelling part one, the critical balance of being “just right”
#6, March 8: Teaching and Storytelling, part two, how to create powerful relevance
#7, March 15: Finding your unique voice in human development
COST FOR WEBINAR SERIES:
$345 / Save $50 and register before November 30, 2016, $295 (Use coupon code earlybirdHCA)
$245 for non-profit organizations and graduates of our Neuroscience, Consciousness and Transformational Coaching Program (Use coupon code SpecialHCA)
NOTE: $150 of your tuition can be applied to an in-person workshop, such as the intensive scheduled for Santa Fe, New Mexico Summer 2017.