23.03.2021 - 24.03.2021
Duration: 5 Modules
Location: Seminar Hotel Leuenberg
Trainer: Alexandra Choutko
Ancient wisdom from any part of the world is firmly rooted in the natural attributes of compassion, empathy, tolerance, sharing and nurturing. These are the same qualities that adorn the feminine personality.
What are we as human beings longing for? Which needs have to be satisfied for us to live the highest expression of ourselves? And why millions cannot experience the latter?
The good-old Indian mentality revolves around the fact that women are backward in their brains. Women cannot think like men when it comes to taking up leadership roles in any strata of society. It is the innate desire of men to overrule women because Indian women cannot achieve great success all by themselves and are incomplete without their husbands.
One of the key features involved in the practice of Ancient Wisdom is integrity. Derived from the Latin word, Integritas, it means wholeness, entirety or completeness. Anything which is not whole or is incomplete will not sustain.
Sarina, co-founder of Komment.org and wirundjetzt is going to teach about small things that can make a difference. This is also an opportunity and invitation to learn more about and experience what Athena OWL programs are like.
In a quest for sustainability and adding real value to the world, all responsible company is seeking objectives beyond monetary gains. Ancient Wisdom throughout the world is replete with advice, philosophies and methodologies to transcend beyond financial gains, into real and lasting objectives
Anais, co-founder of STRIDE and scalign4good is going to teach about new kinds of leadership. This is also an opportunity and invitation to learn more about and experience what Athena OWL programs are like.
Business ethics taught in the Business schools or as practised half-heartedly by many organisations, to suffice the legal requirement or due diligence process, misses out on its purpose. The organisations need to go beyond their individual existence to find themselves as a part of a much larger system. Everything that they do must benefit the whole system.
We will use methods and techniques from our OWL Leadership Program. This is an opportunity and invitation to learn more about our programs.