Forgiveness Workshops, Seminars, Keynotes
Building Better Businesses Through the Power of Forgiveness
Lyndon is available to offer workshops and seminars for businesses, and/or HR networks on what Forbes Magazine describes as the “least understood leadership trait in the workplace”: FORGIVENESS. Drawing upon research on the significant impact forgiveness training has had for a Fortune 100 company, Lyndon will share developments in the new science of forgiveness, and ways to apply forgiveness in the workplace to build better businesses. Research based on the work of Stanford researcher, Dr. Frederic Luskin.
The Prodigals’ Feast
Lyndon is available to lead retreats for faith communities on the power of forgiveness to heal the past and inspire new beginnings for individuals and communities. The yearning to return home is archetypal: it’s Odysseus yearning for Ithaca; it’s Dorothy longing to return to her family in Kansas. We will explore this biblical narrative to identify which character participants most resonate with: the prodigal son, the older brother, or the loving father? We will then explore the science of forgiveness, and ways forgiveness can transform conflict, create new beginnings, and heal past wounds.
Healing the Past, Creating the Future: Pastoral Excellence through Forgiveness
Lyndon and his colleagues Dr. Frederic Luskin (Stanford Forgiveness Project) and Jed Rosen (M.S.W. – clinical social worker and psychotherapist in practice for 40 years) are available to consider a “Train the Trainer” 32-hour course for groups (20 participants or more) of pastoral caregivers and faith community leaders on the Forgive For Good methodology of the Stanford Forgiveness Project. To explore possibilities, pricing, and options, reach out to Lyndon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lyndon is available to offer captivating talks and keynote addresses for conferences and community gatherings. Lyndon has given talks and keynotes near and far: in addition to talks and keynotes in the US, Lyndon has spoken in Kigale, Rwanda; Melbourne, Australia; South Africa (Durban, Johannesburg, and Cape Town); Mumbai, India; Israel/Palestine; Beirut, Lebanon; Barcelona, Spain; and Bogota, Colombia.
The Challenges of Self Forgiveness
Psychological research and literature make clear that self-efficacy is key to one’s health, happiness, and flourishing. Self-efficacy reflects one’s confidence to make meaningful goals for one’s life, and to have a reasonable means to meet those goals. Self-forgiveness is essential for attaining self-efficacy and flourishing. This workshop will examine what forgiveness is and is not, and explore challenges to self-forgiveness by identifying them: regret, guilt, shame and self-attack, remorse and perseverative rumination about mistakes made. Participants will be taken through the 12 Steps to Self Forgiveness. Dialogue and small group work will be utilized.