social sustainability

Conscious Capitalism & Working for Good: Foundations for Innovation & Sustainability

Through stories, conversation and active practice, Jeff brings the idea of Conscious Capitalism to life and illuminates its power to create more resilient, sustainable and healthy businesses, and to elevate humanity. Jeff will also engage participants with the practical skills of Working for Good, to expand their awareness and enhance their functioning at work. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of the philosophy and framework of Conscious Capitalism, and its implications for themselves, their teams and their businesses, and with practical tools they can apply in their work, on Monday!
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SSU School of Extended Education

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Our Vision

The School of Extended Education is a 21st century organization dedicated to serving diverse learners by providing access to Sonoma State University's intellectual, cultural, and educational resources.

Our Mission

The mission of the School of Extended Education is to support and complement the overarching institutional goals of Sonoma State University. The rapidly changing educational needs of lifelong learners has focused the mission of Extended Education on three critical elements:

1) develop sustainable infrastructure and relevant inventory of programs that will serve and support the needs of the diverse SSU student population;
 
2) enhance collaborative relationships with the local communities, the region, and internationally to foster educational, social, cultural, and economic development; and

3) provide essential services to extended education students and our academic partners.

Eris Weaver, Facilitator & Group Process Consultant

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Sustainability is about more than building materials and energy use! To create truly sustainable communities we need to include sustainable social systems and collaborative decision-structures.

Eris Weaver is a facilitator, mediator, consultant, trainer, and public speaker known for her clarity, forthrightness, and humor.

Her services include meeting design and facilitation; graphic recording; mediation; training and coaching in communication skills, conflict resolution, and consensus.

A founding member of FrogSong Cohousing in Cotati and former Board President of the Cohousing Association of the US, collaboration is not just how she makes her living, it is her life!

Current and past clients include Cohousing Partners LLC; Affordable Housing Associates; American Medical Student Association; North Bay Industries; Unitarian Universalists of Petaluma; Sonoma County Resource Center for Nonprofits; Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors; Oak Creek Commons; Ukiah Valley Cohousing; and North Oakland Cohousing. 

She is a member of the International Association of Facilitators, the International Forum for Visual Practitioners, and a current participant in the Leadership Training for a Sustainable Future.

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