When people in Tibet greet one another, instead of saying “Hello”, they press the palms of their hands together and say, “Tashi Deley” – which means, “I Honor the Greatness in You.”
Attendees of this community of practice session will learn about ‘tashi deley’ and its connection to servant leadership through an interview with Rebecca Braden, author of the book “Sanjaygawa and the Yak Whisperer.” The book is a story of hope for “Young Ones of All Ages.” Through Rebecca’s remarks and in small group conversations, attendees will learn and explore the importance of “Honoring the Greatness in Yourself and Others” as a servant leadership practice.
About Rebecca Braden: For over 27 years, Rebecca has been coaching and developing leaders, predominantly in the tech sector, on every continent except Antarctica. Rebecca’s passion is Servant Leadership, a way of leading that presumes the only reason for a leader to exist is to serve those he/she is privileged to lead and help them reach their fullest potential. Her work centers on helping develop conscious leaders who are able to set the performance bar high while keeping people whole and organizations humane – primarily in the context of highly competitive corporate environments.
This month’s dialogue featuring Rebecca Braden is being hosted in support of the Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac Tashi Deley initiative for children and their families in the greater Fond du Lac community. *this session will be taped.