Who is this workshop for?
For women of any age and any experience. For women in formal leadership positions,
and for those who exercise leadership without a formal title … in business, schools,
homes, offices, parishes, anywhere.
What is it about?
The aim is to support women to explore their unique gifts – as people, as women and as
leaders. Framed within the Benedictine tradition, participants will develop the
confidence and the skills to understand their value for the world by leading in a range of
contexts. They will leave encouraged to do so.
The venue itself is significant. Set within the rainforest of Jamberoo Mountain, the quiet
contemplative space of the Abbey offers the opportunity to be reflective and to
experience the peace, the life and the hospitality of the Benedictine community.
How will it run?
The workshop program will include presentations, workshop activities, dialogue and
discussion, time to reflect, and the opportunity to take part in the liturgical life of The
Abbey, if desired. While it is strongly research-based, the experience and insights of
participants will be paramount. In short, there will be time to think, to listen, to talk
together, to laugh and to be still.
This is a residential program. Participants will be accommodated in The Abbey
cottages, arriving in the afternoon of Thursday 4 July, and leaving after lunch on
Sunday 7 July, 2019. Because of the nature of this workshop, numbers are limited.
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