Workshopping Moves Management
This hands-on session provides an opportunity for participants to plan moves management activities for their prospects and donors, with the goal of “moving” them closer to an initial or higher level major gift. Panelists will provide a brief overview of moves management best practices, and then lead breakout groups to workshop prospects. Please bring your prospect names and profiles to this session!
Panelists: Shernaz Polad Boga, Associate Director of Leadership Gifts, ACLU Foundation of Northern California; Susan Corlett, Susan Corlett Consulting; Katiti Crawford, Director of Donor Engagement, SFJAZZ; and Brenda Laribee, Fund Development Consultant; Moderator: Lisa Hoffman, Coach – Consultant.
What Is the Most Important Thing?
An interactive and experiential exploration of San Francisco Zen Center founder Shunryu Suzuki-Roshi’s teachings in Zen Mind Beginner’s Mind, which frequently mention “the most important thing” and “the most important point.” Please be part of this 4 week class during the summer of 2019 – we will apply the core class question to what we actually prioritize in our day-to-day actions. Included in our study will be related Buddhist precepts and the Four Foundations of Mindfulness as touchstones and tools for embodying this ancient wisdom in our modern lives. We will look at what we have explored in relationship to our own experience: What is the most important thing? How do we hold true to it in navigating relationships, work, self-care, these charged political and cultural times…? Monday, July 15 – Monday, August 5. Registration not yet open.
Transforming Depression and Anxiety: A Path of Skillful Compassion
Please join a gentle day of compassionate mindfulness, meditation and therapeutic practices to find ease and comfort in dealing with depression and anxiety. You’ll learn how to identify and interrupt automatic, entrenched thoughts and feelings that so often lead to that familiar downward spiral. You’ll also find support and kind community as you try out skills and tools to reduce the pain and challenge of these difficult states of mind and heart. The workshop takes place at San Francisco Zen Center’s serene and beautiful Green Gulch Farm, a 45 minute walk to Stinson Beach. Registration not yet open.