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Elisa Franze

Tel.: +49 (0) 831 2523-9570
Fax: +49 (0) 831 2523-9538

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elisa.franze(at)hs-kempten.de

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Alumni-Seminar 2019: Agenda

The focus of this Alumni seminar is on deepening your personal experience of what it is like to Be you through meditation and practices. We will use the three levels of the Leadership Task Model as a structure for an expanding circle of consciousness. Each level will be experienced through the 5 Breath focus on physical, mental, energetic and emotional personal balance, and environmental/ relationship harmony. While the below is an agenda of the topics we will address, the learning philosophy will be to create the space for the important experiences that actualize potential rather than the urgency of the time schedu

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06:00 - 07:00Morning Meditation (optional)
07:00 - 08:00Breakfast (silent)
08:00 - 09:30 Being with You
Meditation, Exercises and Discussion on Being present in relationship
09:30 - 09:45Break (silent)
09:45 - 12:00 Being with Us
Meditation, Exercises and Discussion on Being present Here and Now (space and time)
12:00 - 13:00Lunch (silent)
13:30 - 15:00 Arriving and Unplugging
Checking into the Monastery and Preparing for the Seminar
13:00 - 15:30Bringing Your Experiences Forward: Mindfulness on Why, How, What and Who Development Plan for Walking Your Walk
15:00 - 16:30 The Value of Being in Business and Life
Mindfulness as a Leadership Consciousness
15:45 - 16:30Sharing Experiences and Feedback Closing
16.30 - 16.45Break (silent)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16:45 - 18:15 Being with Me
Meditation, and Discussion on Being present physically, mentally, energetically and emotionally
18:30 - 19:30Dinner (silent)
20:00 - 21:00Evening Meditation (optional)

Alumni-Seminar 2019: Inhalt

PSBT Alumni Seminar 11-01-2019
“Creating the Space to Be”

Dear Alumni,

We hope this finds you well.

We are asking this not merely out of social politeness but as a genuine concern. As you know, the MBA program focuses on both personal and professional development, as we believe leading others begins with leading your self. From both personal declarations and objective statistics from masters’ theses, we know the MBA program is successful in helping the students grow personally during the program and gain rewards professionally post graduation.

However, through discussions with Alumni together with more longitudinal research from various theses, it is becoming clear that the increasing complexity of the work place is making it difficult for the Alumni to continue their personal growth and for some even to maintain the gains they worked so hard to attain. Since we at the PSBT feel an ethical and personal commitment to continued support of the Alumni, addressing this business reality has become a primary focus for us as we search for a way to provide ongoing support and development.

Historically, the Alumni event was an opportunity for the PSBT to share with the Alumni some of the latest developments in the programs and to provide a networking opportunity. It was designed to be an opportunity to refresh and reconnect. Due to the above concerns, we have decided to separate the development and social goals, and to focus on an Alumni event that provides the participants with a more focused and intense opportunity to unplug, recharge and regain the resilience necessary for continued personal and professional growth.

As a result, the next Alumni Seminar on 11–12 January 2019 will be something different. For me personally, your personal growth was always a foundation goal in all the classes we have had together. In each class, alongside the academic topic, there has been the opportunity for you to develop your selfawareness and your skill in living and working at a more mature level, a leadership level. However, personal self-actualization was, for most, a brand new challenge. A challenge that requires personal engagement and development patience over time. Therefore, the focus during the program remained on the important fundamental level of shifting your self-identification from the normal cultural software of “I” to the natural experience of being “me in we”. The 24 hours we will have together in the “Creating the Space to Be” seminar will provide us with an opportunity to take a step further in developing your consciousness of Being and your skill in living and working at that level.

In order to create an environment for this goal, the Seminar will take place at the Zen Monastery at Buchenberg (a short 20 minute drive from downtown Kempten where we have formed a cooperative partnership). The Monastery has created an opportunity for us to stay there overnight and will provide meals for Friday dinner and Saturday breakfast and lunch. We will also have our own meeting room in the facility. I want to emphasize that this will not be a Buddhist retreat. It will be a PSBT Alumni retreat where we will have the opportunity to explore and practice a leadership understanding of Being in Business and Life that allows one to stay calm, clear, connected, centered and grounded in being “me in we” while actively engaging in the creative productivity of doing. To unplug, you will be asked to turn off your phones and computers for the time of the seminar and to respect periods of silence. To recharge, we will use meditation and exercises to give you the opportunity to deepen your experience of your self (“me in we”) physically, mentally, energetically, emotionally, and environmentally to regain and strengthen your experience of Being centered and grounded. While the focus will be on individual experiences, we will enrich your experiences through small and large group discussion and sharing.

Frankly, I am excited about the potential that this type of seminar offers all of us in creating the space to be together. So often in our overloaded, time pressured lives, we focus only on the task and the desired results. As a consequence we often lose sight of Why we do what we do. As a result, we find ourselves doing to try and meet the expectations of others, a human doing. When we are in touch with Why, we bring our authentic self to our doing inspiring us to act in a meaningful, values drive way, a human being. In this retreat, each participant will have an opportunity to sit quietly with himself or herself to ask internally these important life questions.

  • Why? What is the purpose and value to my life that gives me meaning?
  • How? What is the Way I can live my life to experience a purposeful and meaningful life?
  • What? What would the results be in living my life this way? What is myVision for my life?
  • Who? Who enriches my life through my relationships with them?

Enrollment in the “Creating the Space to Be” seminar will necessarily be limited so please contact the PSBT for further information and a reservation if this type of experience interests you. If there is an overwhelming interest in getting together for this purpose, then the PSBT will make the arrangements for future seminars of this type sufficient to support and motivate the ongoing resiliency and development of the alumni.

Please continue taking care,
Mark

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