It is becoming increasingly obvious that humanity needs a new story of self. We need to redefine our sense of purpose and place on this planet at an unprecedented scale. Fortunately, humans are excellent storytellers and our capacity to enact the world around us is immense. The language we use to tell that story and the maps we have to navigate its emergence are critically important and must be able to hold and engage with the Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous context of our reality.
The Integral Project Design for Social Transformation course will provide you with the necessary language, maps, and tools to be able to rise to meet this moment with clarity, connection, and confidence.
Whether you already have a project you’re working on, but are unsure what to do next, or you simply feel called to show up more fully for those around you, this course will meet you where you are at.
By the end of the course you will have gained:
- A greater understanding of the basic concepts of Integral Theory and why they are relevant for addressing the “wicked problems” facing humanity today
- The ability to turn your idea into an integrally-designed and actionable project
- A more comprehensive understanding of the context of your work
- A greater awareness of your own meaning-making patterns
- An increased capacity to communicate with your team and your community
- A new story of how you are, and will be, participating in transforming your society
- A clear action plan detailing your next steps towards your transformative vision
This is an 8-week course kicking-off on Saturday, October 17th at 10AM Pacific Time with a live community call.
Important: the term “project” is not limited to community/international development work. The knowledge and skills taught in this course are relevant for any type of project, including ones related to designing your own social business.
Recommended by Ken Wilber, The Integral Vision:
“I highly recommend Integral Project Design for Social Transformation. In partnership with Centro Integral Colombia, it is being presented by Integral Without Borders, one of the most effective and truly integral organizations anywhere in the world, with a deep and profound understanding of the Integral approach in areas of personal and social transformation. You don’t want to miss this brilliant program! ”
Special Pricing (purchase at bottom of page):
Mentor package: Receive personalized one-on-one support from our experienced integral practitioners, Andrew Becker and/or Julian Chang. Either Andrew or Julian will facilitate three 1-hour sessions, at the beginning, in the middle, and at the end of the course in which you will improve the design of your project and discover and work with how your internal dimensions directly influence your projects. You will also receive detailed feedback on your final project design.
Economic hardship pricing: We understand that our human collective is going through a difficult time right now, and so we are offering a large discount to those of you who feel called to participate, but cannot afford the full price of the course. We hope you will still join us! And if even the discounted price is too much for you right now, but you truly feel called to participate, please reach out to us and we can discuss other options.
Download the full course syllabus here: IPD Syllabus Fall 2020.pdf
For questions, contact us at email@example.com
Andrew Becker - Executive Director - Integral Without Borders
Andrew views himself as a facilitator of development who works to discover where he might encourage the emergent development of others; primarily at the community level. Before joining the IWB team, he lived in Guatemala, where he designed and managed a community finance program, empowering local leaders to support their communities through financial education workshops and savings group trainings. He has a bachelor's degree in economics and a master's degree in community development.
Gail Hochachka - Co-Founder - Integral Without Borders
Gail has carried out integral projects in Nigeria, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia, and El Salvador, on themes as diverse as leadership development, value chain sustainability, climate resilience, community development, integral evaluation, and environmental capacity enhancement. She is gifted at facilitating group processes and communicating to different worldviews, and has a unique ability to unite complex theory with practice to engage the major issues of our time. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Oslo, with a climate change research project AdapationCONNECTS, "connecting old and new knowledge to enable conscious transformation for sustainability."
Julian Chang - Creative Content Director - Colombia Integral Center
Julian has six years of experience as a certified life coach. He studied ontological coaching and has a master's degree in neuro-linguistic programming. He has designed and lead various leadership programs throughout Colombia, and has been a key promoter of the integral movement in Latin America. He is also an author and philosopher that enjoys exploring the deeper dimensions of reality.
Danielle Huffaker - Member, Board of Directors - Integral without Borders
Danielle holds a B.A. in Anthropology from UC Berkeley and has diverse professional experience from marketing for sustainability projects at eBay to community development with small nonprofits in Guatemala. She is also a graduate student at the Centre for Development and Environment at the University of Oslo, where she is conducting research on the role of worldviews and the Maya cosmovision in transformative climate change adaptation.
Santiago Jimenez - Director - Colombia Integral Center
Santiago is an industrial engineer, a musician and a Zen monk authorized to teach in the lineage of Zen Master Genpo Roshi, and Shinzen Young. He is the current director of the Integral Center Colombia, and of the Hispanic-American Integral Conference. Santiago specializes in spiritual development, with a focus on clarity and depth. As a facilitator, he has worked in different countries with individuals and groups ranging from indigenous tribes to transnational executives, sometimes in the same setting.
Note: See course syllabus (above) for curriculum details.