Charles Vogl, M.Div. 

Exec. Coach, Speaker & Author 

Workshop Registration

This workshop is for executives, executive level managers, executive directors, and HR directors.

Sat. April 7, 2018 8am to 1pm, then included lunch after San Francisco, Location TBA  

Pricing: $498 1 Participant $749 2 Participants (Bring a colleague)  

Participants will: 

  • Identify organizational belonging culture quickly 
  • Develop a lens to understand how organizations grow belonging culture 
  • Learn tools to use right away to grow organizational connection

Do you want to attract and retain the best talent? 

The quality of your company culture determines whether talented people join and stay.  

Leaders at companies and organizations have a choice: Invest time and money to learn how to cultivate a culture of belonging that will attract, enrich, and ultimately keep a talented team together and growing.  

Or, let your culture develop haphazardly and without direction. Then and invest time and money in a harmful process of rehiring, retraining, and recycling talented people who will come and go without connection to your business or organizational objectives.  

This highly experiential workshop invites leaders to develop a culture of belonging by applying the same principles of business and organizational rigor they use to monitor their bottom-lines.  

  • Define the goal: build a resilient connected and nattractive community.
  • Observe the reality: know how the workforce culture is changing and employee expectations are changing.
  • Develop a vision: develop the principles which will anchor your company or organization in turbulent times and allow it to thrive in stable times.

This workshop will allow leaders to do this by:

  • Identifying elements of organizational belonging quickly.
  • Sharing tools for leaders to grow and thicken organizational connection.
  • Root these tools in time tested principles of how to strengthen and reinforce belonging.

“Powerful, practical and inspiring... emerging or veteran leaders who integrate these principles will build communities that are more resilient, passionate and harmonious in the face of adversity and uncertainty.” -Alan Price, Founding Director, The Global Leadership Initiative at Harvard Business School and author of “Ready To Lead?”  


“A brilliantly intentional, well-composed plan for engaging and developing communities. This book is both an inspiration and a field guide for those who wish to connect deeply and build the communities our world so desperately needs.” —Thomas A. Kolditz, PhD, Brigadier General, US Army (ret.) Director, Ann and John Doerr Institute for New Leaders


Instructor: Charles Vogl, M.Div

Author | Speaker | Executive Coach 

Charles Vogl, M.Div. (Yale) works with leaders in tech, finance, media, government, and social good organizations to make the world safer and more just. 

He draws from the realm of spiritual traditions to understand how individuals build loyalty, strengthen identity, and live out shared values. These principles apply to both secular and spiritual leadership. 

He guest lectures at the Yale Leadership Institute and Yale School of Management. He has presented in numerous venues from Google Headquarters to Harvard Law School and the San Francisco City Hall. 

His book The Art of Community: 7 Principles for Belonging (Berrett-Koehler 2016) is distributed internationally and slated for a forthcoming China release. www.charlesvogl.com/aoc

The Art of Community

Winner | Nautilus Book Award for Business & Leadership

 “This book is full of rich wisdom and simple tools to help make community real. I never truly understood what it meant until reading this book.” 

—Jason Jay, PhD.

Director, Sustainability Initiative, MIT Sloan School of Management

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Who is this for?

This workshop is only for those in formal or informal leadership roles whose success depends on bringing others together around shared values or goals.


Requirements

All participants must act to encourage connection between members of an organization or group. 

This can include areas of: 

  • Professional success 
  • Faith 
  • Philanthropy 
  • Social Good 
  • Political change 
  • Family

Questions: 

Tuquynh Tran, Coordinator Tuquynh@charlesvogl.com

Based In beautiful Oakland, CA 

www.CharlesVogl.com