The Ki of Cooperation 2023

A Live Online ITP Training Program

October 24 & 31, November 7 & 14, 21 & 28 and December 12
Online Event via Zoom

Cooperation is essential for solving the momentous challenges we face in the world and in our daily lives.

Cooperation lives in our bodies, our bones, all living beings, the Earth. We spot cooperation in fish swimming downstream, a team prepping for a launch, a family packing up for a holiday. Cooperation blends the potentials of all engaged to produce a shared goal and reach desired results together.

We feel the magic when cooperation is working and feel its absence when it's not. What keeps us from working toward a shared purpose we all hold dear? Cooperating with others takes clear intention, awareness, skill and practice - and starts from within. Cooperation is an inside job!

About this training

The Ki of Cooperation is a live online training to help people worldwide develop the inner capacities for successful cooperation. Presented by ITP International, the program features concepts and exercises drawn from Integral Transformative Practice, along with influences from Aikido, Nonviolent Communication and Appreciative Inquiry. Now more than ever, we need greater cooperation for us to survive and thrive. The Ki of Cooperation training cultivates the human capacity for harmony. Read the forward from The Ki of Cooperation guidebook, by Emanuel Kuntzelman, Greenheart International and Global Purpose Movement/Purpose Earth founder & ITPI Board member.

Ki highlights

Introducing powerful mind/body tools and practices for you to:

  • Speak your mind clearly and with confidence
  • Listen deeply to oneself and others and inquire to understand
  • Gain clarity about your values and a clear picture of what matters most to others 
  • Stay open to new ideas and differing points of view
  • Build kind, compassionate relations from the inside out
  • Explore how energy in a group can create synergy
  • Reach desired outcomes with greater relaxation and ease

Some background here

Our Ki of Cooperation teams have taken a close look at cooperation. Our 2-year study culminated in the creation of The Ki of Cooperation Guidebook and Training, an interweaving of foundational ITP concepts and practices with influences from the martial art of Aikido, Nonviolent Communication and Appreciative Inquiry.

Members of the original team included: Sally Mahé, Marcia Beauchamp, Shu Liu, Charlotte Hatch and Pam Kramer.

In 2020, our International Ki team delivered a pilot training to test our approach for building confidence and competencies for cooperation across boundaries - the program's overall aim. 16 people from 6 different countries participated. Their positive feedback and key insights and suggestions inspired the next generation of the Ki of Cooperation we are excited to launch this fall.

The Ki training is designed and presented by The Ki of Cooperation international team: Charlotte Hatch, Pam Kramer and Roger Marsh (ITPI USA), Ann Horn (ITP Sweden) and Armando Cardenas (ITP Mexico).

What's Ki got to do with it?

The power of the word Ki, defined as vital life energy, moves us forward to change, grow and evolve as individuals and as a human family. Watching water is a good way to understand how ki, or energy, moves. When two rivers travel from separate directions and meet, they blend. Each river current contributes to creating a larger, more powerful flow in a new direction. Ki is what urges us to grow our capacity for cooperation, the process of working together towards a common goal, and creating a world that works for all.

Program details

  • Interactive workshops offered via Zoom, 14 workshop hours
  • The Ki of Cooperation Guidebook, a comprehensive description of the framework, including tools, exercises and reference materials 
  • Access to ongoing conversations and support, new resource materials and practice opportunities through the online Ki of Cooperation Community House
  • Personal guidance and support offered by program leaders


All program sessions: 8:00 – 10:00 am PT

October 24 & 31

November 7, 14, 21 & 28

December 12


$750 Public

$675 ITPI Members

Program limited to 20 participants

See the value and need financial support? Financial assistance available.

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Program Facilitators

Pam Kramer

Pam Kramer is President of ITP International, a non-profit organization that stewards ITP and the work of its founders, George Leonard and Michael Murphy. Pam is an ITP Mastery teacher, is on the faculty of Esalen Institute and presents workshops at venues in the US and abroad. She is engaged in training ITP teachers, helping to form ITP groups and bringing integral principles and practices to the workplace. Pam is a performance consultant and executive coach with 30 years' consulting experience for organizations and entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Charlotte Hatch

Charlotte Hatch, a dedicated practitioner of ITP, has been practicing ITP since its inception in 1991 when she was a member of George and Michael’s “experimental group.” She is an ITP Mastery teacher, founder of ITP San Francisco in 2006 and is a 4th degree black belt in Aikido. Charlotte has been instrumental in the design and implementation of the Mastery, Integral Leadership and the Ki of Cooperation trainings and leads workshops in LET and ITP. Charlotte leads our Annual ITP Practice Challenge.

Roger Marsh

Roger Kenneth Marsh is committed to evolving humanity to a more peaceful, joyful and love-based state. He has been practicing ITP since 2004 when he helped establish and lead ITP Walnut Creek in Northern California. Roger has continued to develop his leadership through all ITP Mastery programs since 2008 and has been co-leading and convening ITP Group Leader gatherings since 2012. Through his company, Beyond Belief LLC, Roger is a leadership coach opening the hearts and minds of leaders around the world.

Ann Horn

Ann Horn has been an ITP practitioner since 2011 when she was introduced to the practice at a conference in San Francisco. She decided there and then to bring it back to Sweden, her home country, where she started ITP Sweden, and has since attended other ITP trainings in the US and online. Ann is a business consultant focusing on sustainability. A big part of her life revolves around nature conservation, dogs and other animals and ways to live life in line with earth’s natural rhythms and boundaries.

Armando Cardenas

Armando Cardenas is an ITPI member and dedicated practitioner, blending his ITP practice with the  SantMat 'science of the soul' meditation practice he began in 2012. Residing in León, Mexico, Armando, a social entrepreneur, developed his own brand of vegetarian Mexican food (Iskal), based on the concept of conscious business, the power of community and universal cooperation. His curiosity, drive and ability to self-educate garnered attention from one of the fastest-growing fintech companies in the SF Bay Area, where he serves as a CyberSec data engineer.