The Practice of Living Your Values Workshop

April 5 - 7, 2024

DoubleTree Hotel, Warren Place
Tulsa, OK

Values reflect what is most meaningful and natural to you at your core, in short, what matters most to you. In this workshop, we will examine our personal values, those of others, and of the group. Each member will create a practice to live with their values in the most creative, harmonious ways.

Sessions include experiential practices to skillfully navigate disruption and create accord when challenged by different values from ones we hold dear. As a practice group, we will lovingly challenge ourselves to find a unifying value shared by the whole group. This exercise in finding common ground can serve as an example of co-creating harmony within a group and the joy in doing so together.

Workshop highlights:

  • Identify your core values and share them with others
  • Experience the felt sense and energy of your values in body, mind, heart, and soul
  • Strengthen your ability to listen and inquire to understand another’s values 
  • Gain clarity on when and how to peacefully disengage with another or group
  • Practice blending, staying current, getting off the line, and balancing and centering
  • Design a personal practice to live in harmony with your values
  • Create alignment on a shared value experienced by the entire group

Our meetings take place at the Doubletree Warren Place in the Aspen room beginning on Friday evening, 7 - 9 pm, Saturday 8:30 - 5:30 pm, Saturday evening dinner party from 6:30 pm - 9 pm and Sunday from 8:30 - 1 pm. The cost is $300 for ITPI Members, $330 for the General Public.

For questions on the workshop, contact Lucy, and for registration support, contact Robert Stewart

Workshop Facilitators

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 5th-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.

Pam Kramer

Pam Kramer is President of ITP International, the 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.

Location Details

6110 S Yale Ave,
Tulsa, OK 74136

36.073009, -95.924204