In partnership with the Raven Institute, Minerva BC is pleased to present Warriorship: Leading Brave-Hearted, a workshop made possible through the generous support of the Valley First Community Endowment.
Brave-hearted leadership is needed and being called forth; we are at an urgent and disruptive time in human history that calls on our best selves to lead with courage, love and fierce determination. Together, we explore: What is Warriorship? What does it mean to lead brave-hearted? How can we best access this wisdom? And sustain it? And inspire it in others? How do we develop brave-hearted principles as well as practice Warriorship with more grace and mastery? How can we build a community of diverse warriors who can individually and collectively contribute to transformative change?
This engaging workshop will harness the energy and wisdom in the room to co-create a safe and courageous space to explore Warriorship. You will leave with teachings, reflections, and the inspiration to lead brave-hearted.
About Teara Fraser
Teara is an entrepreneur, leader and change maker. She launched her career as a commercial pilot – an experience she credits with helping her find her passion and “truly give her wings”. The next adventure on her horizon is Iskwew Air, Canada’s first Indigenous, woman-owned airline. As CEO of the Raven Institute, Teara holds an M.A. in Leadership and is a Certified Executive Coach. Teara completed the Indigenous Focusing-Oriented Therapy (IFOT) certificate, and is studying Human Development in a Ph.D. program. A Northern Métis woman – her homelands are Fort Chipewyan AB – she was born in Hay River NWT, and raised in Quesnel BC.
8:30 am – 9:00am: Registration and networking
9:00am – 12:00pm: Warriorship workshop
12:00pm – 1:00pm: Lunch
1:00 – 4:00pm: Warriorship workshop continues
4:00 – 4:30pm: Networking
Cost per individual – $10
Click here to register.
Should the fee be a barrier to your attendance, please contact Jackie Dagg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The cost of this workshop is subsidized through a generous grant received by the Valley First Community Endowment through First West Foundation, as well as support from BCLC to provide catering.