Tim Boughton, a former military helicopter pilot who served as Colonel of Mental Health Engagement and the lead for mental health in the British Army for the past three years, serves as a member of Worldmaker’s Development Committee. We are …

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Workshop Details Is your concept of adversity purely negative? Yes, going through difficult things can be painful and disrupt our lives in major ways. Yet, our bodies and brains are actually very well-equipped to not only get through difficult things, …

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9th Annual Resilience Summit: Leading Towards a Post-Covid World Join us as we help leaders navigate, recover and grow through the unique challenges of the pandemic landscape. 21st-century resilience experts will start the day by sharing lessons learned from the …

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Hi all, As we were pondering the topic of hope this month, Worldmaker Joe Tye shared his personal perspective. He graciously gave permission for our community to benefit from his wisdom:  I spent much of the past several weeks with …

The Most Powerful Leadership Strategy, a Hope-Building Blueprint & International Resilience Work – July Newsletter Read more »

Dear Friends, Earlier this month at one of my favorite coffeeshops I overheard a greeting between old friends, one a business owner and the other a school principal.  The principal asked warmly, “How are you?” The business owner answered with …

Improving School Safety, A Coffeeshop Revelation & the Best Books on Burnout – June Newsletter Read more »

Dear Friends, This month we are reminded of the power of community to ensure all members of society, especially our young people, are cared for, respected and included in meaningful ways.  The process of worldmaking is one of helping people …

Exclusive Resilience Resource, Communities Role in Child Well-Being and Trailblazers – April Newsletter Read more »