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We invite you to watch the Zimbabwe Virtual Resilience Symposium held Thursday July 30th, 2020 on Developing Human Resilience in Society: The Role of Leaders in Creating the Right Environment. Thank you to co-host Zimpapers TV Network (ZTN) and partners Consolidated Africa Services PVO, ActionAid and the Zimbabwe Resilience Building
International Resilience Symposium The International Resiliency Symposium scheduled to be held in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe in 2020 is now scheduled for July 29th, 2021. In the meantime, Worldmaker is providing virtual mental health, wellness and resilience education to government ministries, policy makers, business leaders, and community organizations. View our inaugural
Join us Tuesday August 4th, 2020 at 9am PDT/11am CDT as USC Center for Engagement-Driven Global Education (EDGE) invite guests from the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement, National Resilience Institute, and Pearson Online Academy to discuss the emotional and social challenges students face in light of the pandemic.
Resilience expert and Author Eileen McDargh visited the virtual THRIVE Coffee House to help us move through the COVID pandemic with strength. In this clip, she shares strategies from her books and answers questions from others in the coffee house. Seeking connection, real conversations, and best practices to grow your
Worldmakers… shining a light on issues of racial injustice in your community and taking action toward a more inclusive, peaceful and just world. We see you. As a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping create a world where all can thrive – where everyone has an opportunity to create a life
Dr. Mollie Marti interviews Professor Anthony Fleg, MD, MPH, an award-winning innovator in strengths-based approaches to individual and community wellness from the University of New Mexico Medical School. Dr. Fleg specializes in promoting health within indigenous communities. Need a reminder to play to your strengths — or a fresh perspective
The experience of losing her mother at a young age led Hope Edelman to write books that have sold more than 1 million copies. Dr. Mollie Marti talks with the author of Motherless Daughters, Letters from Motherless Daughters and Motherless Mothers about loss, grief, resilience, healing, and post-traumatic growth. Tune
Weekly chats at the Worldmaker virtual THRIVE Coffee House offer a safe space to talk honestly and process what’s going on in our world. In this brief clip, recorded while racial injustice protests were unfolding around the globe, David Richmond, Worldmaker COO and decorated UK Army veteran, shares his thoughts
David Rakel – Can you use your very presence to promote health and healing in others? Dr. Mollie Marti and Dr. David Rakel, physician and Chair of the University of New Mexico Medical School’s Department of Family and Community Medicine, bring to life lessons from his book, The Compassionate Connection.
June — while we are preparing for more challenges as we find our way through a global pandemic and champion for peace and justice for all, know that we’re also dedicated to seeing the opportunities for growth that you bring. When facing increased demands, we can keep our focus on: Bolstering
In Dr. Mollie Marti talks with Tessy Antony de Nassau, an international business woman, philanthropist and humanitarian. Tessy’s lessons from her military service, charitable work and as a former member of the Luxembourg royal family will inspire you to dream bigger in service to others. Check out Tessy’s Zoom O’clock
We’ve neglected one relationship for too long – that with ourselves “Happiness is your nature. It’s not wrong to desire it. What is wrong is seeking it outside when it is inside.” Sri Ramana Maharshi What a beautiful quote. And how entirely apt it is for now when many of