Is your kindness taken for weakness? How can you get others to stop behaviors that are controlling, manipulative, or dominating – without adopting those behaviors yourself? Join us for this special 2-hour online event full of skills and concepts to help you confidently engage in interpersonal encounters with dominating approaches, while remaining firmly in an ethos of partnership. The Center for Partnership Studies is delighted to be teaming with pro-social behavior practitioner, Zuzana Žilková starting Saturday, July 29, 2017 for Strong Kindness: Practicing Skillful Responses to Dominating Behavior. Workshop Strong Kindness: Practicing Skillful Responses to…Read more
Thanks to the overwhelming positive response to the 2015-2016 Power of Partnership workshops, we are offering this in-depth series again in 2017. The Power of Partnership course, based on Riane Eisler's book The Power of Partnership: Seven Relationships That Will Change Your Life, explores ways to put partnership into action through every life relationships. Whether you are new to Riane Eisler’s Partnership model, or have been inspired by it for years, this transformational learning journey into the heart of the Partnership way is perfect for anyone ready to deepen and enrich your personal…Read more
Leaders are working together around the world to advance the Caring Economy and Partnership movements. The Center for Partnership Studies and the Caring Economy Campaign honor our program graduates who are making the world a better place. We are continually inspired to learn about the many creative ways that alumni are actualizing Partnership and Caring Economy principles in the world; their success stories re-energize us for the next leg of our journey. Are you an Alumni of CPS’ Leadership & Learning programs? Want to stay involved, learn how leaders worldwide are creatively applying Partnership and engaging the Caring Economy conversation in their communities?…Read more
We are excited to share with you articles in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Partnership Studies issue on Caring Democracy. Riane Eisler, president of the Center for Partnership Studies and founder of the Caring Economy Campaign, is the Guest Editor for the Winter 2017 issue. Articles include "Building a Caring Democracy: Four Cornerstones" and "Roadmap to a Caring Economics: Beyond Capitalism and Socialism" by Riane Eisler,"Getting Back on Track to Being Human", by Darcia Narvaez, "Core Support for the New Economy", by Neva Goodman, "Women's Rights, Human Rights, and Duties: From Domination to Partnership" by…Read more
On March 16, The Next Systems Project Associate Cecilia Gingerich interviewed CPS founder Riane Eisler about her path to discovering the need and ideal methods for establishing what Eisler calls Whole Systems Change. In the interview, Eisler discusses specific economic elements necessary for a partnership system and how nations can move to bringing those elements to the forefront of policy. The interview also includes Eisler's report "Whole Systems Change: A Framework & First Steps for Social/Economic Transformation," which was part of the New System Project's "New Systems: Possibilities and Proposals" series.Read more
Join Riane Eisler on May 4 for the Caring Economy Starter Course. Learn about the Economics of Care and how you can help create a more just, prosperous, and sustainable way of life. Learn why GDP = Grossly Distorted Picture and Care = Prosperity. Caring Economy Starter Course Wednesday, May 4, 2016 11am-noon Pacific Free More Information Register “Your Starter Course presentation was one of the best I have seen in a long time! You all are Top Flight!” —Carolyn Cook | Washington, DC Founder of United for Equality, LLC and representative for the ERA Campaign Network…Read more
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