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Targeting a Change of Heart

Targeting a Change of Heart – HIGHLIGHT

A leadership coach and consultant explores how confidence in Basic Goodness influences his work. by Diederik Prakke, Senior Trainer-Coach, Hanoi, Vietnam edited by Jayne Sutton, Shambhala Times Volunteer Editor Phanlany was a happy girl, her grandfather’s sweetheart. He taught her to play the flute, and she touched hearts when ... continue
Posted August 16, 2013 by
Maritime's First Regional Gathering

Maritime’s First Regional Gathering – HIGHLIGHT

by Jean Ahlgren, Fredericton, New Brunswick In May, Shastri Veit Weber accompanied by Vallie Stern, attended the 3 Pillar Leadership Training gathering with Sakyong Mipham at Karme Choling. Inspired by what they had learned and wanting to share this with others, they arranged to have a Canadian ... continue
Posted July 31, 2013 by
Institute for Compassionate Leadership

Institute for Compassionate Leadership – HIGHLIGHT

Chelsea Nenni recently sat down with Shambhala sangha member and teacher Lodro Rinzler to discuss his most recent venture, the Institute for Compassionate Leadership. Primarily targeting the millennial generation, it is the only leadership institute to combine executive coaching, mentorship, and job placement under one umbrella. ... continue
Posted July 8, 2013 by
Invitation to Co-Creation

Invitation to Co-Creation – HIGHLIGHT

Report on Three Pillars Leadership Gathering at Karme Choling by Dan Glenn Executive Director, Shambhala Center of Boston photos by Rick Fiske Shambhala Times photographer Over 200 leaders from the Shambhala community gathered this past week at Karme Choling for the Three Pillars Leadership Gathering with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. The event ... continue
Posted May 25, 2013 by
Daring to Lead, Authentically

Daring to Lead, Authentically – HIGHLIGHT

by Jayne Sutton Shambhala Times Correspondent In the late 1990s, Susan Szpakowski was working as a curriculum writer for the Nova Scotia education system. She and other like-minded students of Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche began exploring a question that will sound very familiar to Shambhalians in 2013: What does ... continue
Posted March 26, 2013 by
Second Annual Leadership Tea at the Kalapa Court

Second Annual Leadership Tea at the Kalapa Court – HIGHLIGHT

photos by Terry Rudderham On Tuesday, February 12th, the Sakyong hosted the Second Annual Tea for Leaders at the Kalapa Court in Halifax. This event is particularly designed for new leaders or people taking on new leadership roles to make a pilgrimage to the Sakyong and Sakyong ... continue
Posted February 19, 2013 by
Director of Shambhala Online, to Leave

Director of Shambhala Online, to Leave – HIGHLIGHT

Heather Scott, Director of Shambhala Online, is leaving her position after 5 years. In this Shambhala Times interview, we learn a little more about the turning point of her decision to go back to school for leadership, thereby taking the Shambhala teachings out into the world. “I ... continue
Posted December 14, 2012 by
Ancestors, Investigated

Ancestors, Investigated – HIGHLIGHT

Charlemagne Equestrian statue 9th century, from www.shafe.co.ukWho might be considered the Western Ancestral Sovereigns of Shambhala? by Greg Lubkin, Los Angeles Some of my friends in Nova Scotia have been talking about the idea of Western Ancestral Sovereigns and wondering why there hasn’t been more written about that ... continue
Posted September 19, 2012 by
Leadership Gathers with Sakyong

Leadership Gathers with Sakyong – HIGHLIGHT

“One of the key things this year that I have been thinking about personally is how I can make the most use of my time,” remarked Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche at a recent gathering for regional Shambhala leaders at Karme Choling. “I have been asked to do ... continue
Posted June 22, 2012 by
Dorje Khyung Dzong Welcomes New Directors

Dorje Khyung Dzong Welcomes New Directors – HIGHLIGHT

[caption id=”attachment_29983″ align=”alignright” width=”300″ >Dorje Khyung Dzong After sixteen years as Resident Directors of Dorje Khyung Dzong (DKD), Bruce and Melissa Robinson will be retiring from this post in early September. I wanted to let those of you have a special connection with Dorje Khyung Dzong know ... continue
Posted May 3, 2012 by
Boulder: Tea for New Shambhala Leaders

Boulder: Tea for New Shambhala Leaders – HIGHLIGHT

story by Sarah Sutherland, Regional Secretary to the Sakyong Wangmo photos by Marvin Ross, www.marvinrossphotography.com On the beautiful early spring afternoon of March 11th, nearly 30 new Shambhala leaders gathered at the Kalapa Court in Boulder for a tea and reception with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. A similar event was ... continue
Posted March 19, 2012 by
Tea, Teachings and Sacred Texts

Tea, Teachings and Sacred Texts – HIGHLIGHT

photos and story by Terry Rudderham, Co-Director of Shambhala Media The Sakyong and Sakyong Wangmo invited Shambhala leaders to a tea at Namgyal Portrang, the Halifax Kalapa Court. This gathering arose from the wish of the Sakyong that leaders of the Three Pillars strengthen their connection to ... continue
Posted March 2, 2012 by
The Once and Future King

The Once and Future King – HIGHLIGHT

Guest article on King Arthur and Enlightened Leadership by Gregory Lubkin, Director of the Shambhala Center of Los Angeles People yearn for a society based on fundamental human goodness, an enlightened society that is brave, compassionate, honest, wise, dignified, playful, and creative. A vital element of ... continue
Posted January 3, 2012 by

A New Kind of Governance

[caption id=”attachment_4404″ align=”alignright” width=”150″ >click here. By Shastri Rebecca Hazell In mid-February, one of several governance conferences around the world was held in San Francisco. Victoria Centre Director Layth Matthews, Practice and Education Director Mark Hazell, and Shastri Rebecca Hazell (me) attended this huge gathering. People came from ... continue
Posted March 6, 2011 by James Northcote

Overwhelm as a Path to Peace – HIGHLIGHT

Bob Pressnell writes about Cultivating a Community of Kindness, a contemplative retreat for leaders in Shambhala. Everyone knows the experience of kindness, but can it be learned? Can it be taught in the frame of a day-long program? And beyond that, can kindness be practiced in the ... continue
Posted September 2, 2010 by

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