Matrix Essentials for Professionals

The 4-day intensive training will include learning the Matrix Essentials™ to form groups as a Matrix Leadership Network. When a group has generated the capacity to function as a living system, evolutionary collaborative leadership can meet today’s ever-changing global demand. The training introduces the Matrix Group Dialogue Process™ as an alternative to mechanistic assumptions of conflict. Read more...

Thursday, Jan. 17, 10a-6p;
Friday, Jan. 18, 10a-6p;
Saturday, Jan. 19, 10a-6p;
Sunday, Jan. 20, 10a-5pm

Trainers: Amina Knowlan, Jody Gold and Lauren Golten

Location: Boulder, CO

Tuition:
$650.00 for registration by Friday, December 21.
$750.00 for registration after Friday, December 21.
We offer Group discounts and payment plans are available upon request.

Deposit:
A $100.00 deposit is required to reserve a place for this training.
For cancellations made by Friday, December 21, the deposit minus a $50 processing fee is refundable. For cancellations made after Friday, December 21 the deposit is non-refundable. Fifty percent may be applied to a future Matrix program occurring with 1 year of the originally scheduled event.

Contact us

We look forward to your participation, so please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Matrix Leadership - 303-997-6176


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Impact

What we really trained in was a language of connection (verbal and nonverbal) so that where we were once limited, we are now expansive, where we were once stuck we are now spacious, where we were once paralyzed by fear, we are now ready to lean into discomfort.
— A. Lessing
High School English Teacher
Chicago, IL