Los Angeles, California: Join Us for an Activist Workshop!
Are you an animal rights activist struggling with exhaustion and burnout who feels frustrated and hopeless when others don’t make more compassionate choices despite your attempts to encourage change? In honor of Activist Appreciation Month, we’re co-hosting a workshop to empower animal activists to collaborate more effectively and have a bigger impact with leadership and communication specialist Dave Rubin.
If you find it difficult to resolve conflicts with fellow activists and work effectively with volunteers, this workshop is for you. Dave will share four life-changing concepts and techniques to build trust and resolve conflicts so you can collaborate successfully. These tools will help you have a bigger impact and prevent burnout. You will gain mastery of your feelings to take better care of yourself, overcome challenges, and influence others without sounding “preachy.”
This workshop is co-hosted by In Defense of Animals and the organization “Our Planet. Theirs Too.” To cover costs and to invest in your activist toolkit, we ask for a nominal fee: $12 if you purchase your ticket by Sunday January 27, $15 if you purchase your ticket by Friday, February 1, and $18 after that (while supplies last). Please have lunch prior to arriving. Vegan snacks will be provided.
What: Workshop for Activists: Working Together and Influencing Others
When: Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 2 PM – 5 PM
Where: 9757 Delco Ave, Chatsworth, CA 91311
To register, please contact Lisa Levinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-620-2130.
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Dave Rubin specializes in coaching individuals, teams and organizations with a mission of positive change. He was trained in leadership development at Envision Global Leadership; an institution accredited by the International Coach Federation, and has expertise in Marshal Rosenberg's "Nonviolent Communication" (NVC). He has helped hundreds of people to master leadership and communication skills, to develop their emotional intelligence, and to harness their natural resourcefulness, so they can collaborate more effectively and have a bigger impact on the world.