Online Course for New Warriors
As a New Warrior, incorporating Integral Thinking into your life could be your next challenge and opportunity to make an even greater difference in the world. This self-paced online course gives you tools to make more sense of the world while guiding you to greater levels of personal development.
The weekend gave you a new perspective of yourself and your relationship to others. This Integral Thinking course offers you the ability to take the next steps to becoming a man whose very presence can powerfully impact others and the outcomes for many.
Who This Is For:
New Warriors who are ready and open to seeing the world in a way that empowers them and everyone they come into contact with.
What You Get:
- Seven self-paced video sessions
- Comprehensive course workbook
I’ve heard various things about integral thinking and spiral dynamics over the years, but always in a vague and evangelical way which didn’t inspire confidence. I took this course on the recommendation of a friend and found it surprisingly powerful and immediately useful for understanding how different people approach participation and learning. This course made integral modular and accessible: I could use what I wanted, as I wished, in the amounts I chose. Lots of immediately useful insights make me want to go back for more, practical and actionable ways of framing and understanding how others may see the world.
The course was a comprehensive introduction to the richness of the Integral Thinking and gave me great interest in deepening.
Since completing the course I can see how Integral Thinking supports me in my own growth and me supporting others including those I work with. As a result I’m a better asset everywhere in my life!
Take the Integral Training course. It will give you an insightful burst into your own possibilities as a human being in service to the work of your life–whatever that is. It is even helpful for discovering the potential of an evolving MKP.
Meet Our Trainers
Trainer / Co-founder of the NWTA
Known as the ‘Heart’ of MKP, he served as President for its first 12 years. He played a central role in the creation of the Leader Body and oversaw the institution of the Elders and LKS.
Trainer / Purpose Coach
Craig is the creator of Purpose Mapping. He was a founding member of the Boulder Integral Center and served on the Integral Education committee at Integral University in the mid 2000’s.
Trainer / Past MKP USA Chair, PhD Integral Institute
Julien Devereux has a PhD in Human and Organizational Transformation, Past MKP USA Chair, Past Lead Link of Curriculum Circle, Senior Trainer for Gender Equity and Reconciliation International.
Trainer / NWTA Full Leader, Leader Trainer, Psychotherapist
Craig became a CoLeader in 1996, a Leader in 1999 and Leader Trainer in 2001. He has lead over 150 NWTAs & Leader Trainings throughout North America, UK, Germany, France, South Africa, Australia & New Zealand.
Kodo Mike Elser
Trainer / Past MKP USA Chair, Current Chair Integral Zen Inc.
Kodo served on the Board of Directors of MKP USA from 2012 through 2017 and sat as the Chairman of Board for two of those years. Currently he leads the Integral Mondo Zen Retreats for MKP USA.
Trainer / Past MKP Chairman, NWTA Leader, Leader Trainer
David Kaar has been called the “fourth” founder of the ManKind Project. He has held almost every position in MKP and the New Warrior Network including chairman of both MKP and MKP-International.
Trainer / Past MKP USA Chair, Full Leader Emeritus
Robert holds a PhD in Philosophy, with an emphasis on American Metaphysics and, in particular, the work of Alfred North Whitehead, one of the acknowledged masters in the Integral lineage.
Moderator / MKP USA Communications Director
Boysen Hodgson is the Marketing and Communications Director for the ManKind Project USA and author of “The New Macho,” a 21st century credo for the mature masculine.
Facilitator / Core Map Coach
Carmil Surritt is a Life Coach with over 3 decades of experience helping men and women get what they want in the world. He’s a member of the ManKind Project Northern California Area.
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