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Building Bridges: Valuing the Feminine | Truth & Reconciliation Week
The feminine is out of balance with the masculine in politics, business, society and our own lives. This imbalance holds consequences for the planet, for organizations and for human well-being. Can you imagine it differently? I can too.
- Kristin Engvig

The current world has made more women and men realize that the qualities of the feminine - receptivity, beauty, intuition, long-term thinking - are the keys to creating a better future. Are these qualities valued enough? By others and ourselves?

Over centuries we have lived in patriarchal systems where feminine qualities were undervalued, disregarded and overlooked, especially in the workplace and in leadership. People are now realizing that caring is needed in society and business more than ever. Although increasingly appreciated, many women and men whose shining light has been their feminine values and qualities, have at times been ignored, harassed, passed over or even abused. Let’s share our stories to begin to transform the shame, the fear and the regrets as we move forward fully anchored in the moment, ready to receive and to set a vision for what our ideal world can be as whole human beings.

This session will begin with a few examples from speakers who lead projects to expand the value of the feminine. We will give everyone a chance to share in intimate groups. We will then move forward with increased confidence and awareness of our human journey as leaders in the world, at work and more than anything, of your own life.

Knight Muteti, Daughters of Kenya
Megumi Ishimoto, NPO Women’s Eye
Tina Tinde, IFRC
Kristin Engvig, WIN

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Jul 22, 2021 07:00 PM in Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi

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