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We are looking for men who are interested in being part of an intentional community. The ManKind Project is a global not-for-profit organization that conducts challenging and rewarding trainings for men and supports ongoing men's groups and communities. We help men through any transition, men at all levels of success, men facing almost any challenge. We offer enhanced quality of life for men at all stages of personal development. The ManKind Project is not affiliated with any religious practice or political party. We strive to be increasingly inclusive and culturally aware.

This Meetup group is for activities sponsored by the Mankind Project Mid-Atlantic Area. This is a geographical region bounded (roughly) to the north by greater metro Baltimore, to the west by the north-eastern 'spur' of WV, to the south by Charlottesville and Richmond VA, and to the east by the eastern Maryland border. The area includes communities in NE West Virginia/NW Maryland, Baltimore metro area, suburban Maryland north and east of Washington, Washington DC, Northern Virginia, Charlottesville, Richmond, and Annapolis/Eastern-shore.

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For more information about the ManKind Project, visit: www.mankindproject.org (http://www.mankindproject.org/)

For more information about the New Warrior Training Adventure, visit: https://nwta.mkp.org/

Upcoming events (5)

Baltimore Integration Group

GLCCB

We are a group of men of diverse race, background, sexual, and gender expression who gather on a regular basis to create an intentional space for personal growth and connection. We are part of an international group (ManKind Project, or simply MKP) that teaches men about healthy masculinity – a new way of being in the world. As a result of work done in our circle, men grow by: - Moving from head to heart in order to become emotionally authentic - Stepping into leadership to achieve a personal vision, or life mission - Living a life of integrity by taking full ownership of words spoken, actions taken, and their consequences - Clearly communicating needs and wants that enable the realization of personal truths We invite all self-identified and presenting men to attend our weekly meetings in the GLCCB at The Bank of America building Charles Street & 26th Street. Please use the buzzer to the left of the door entrance.

Baltimore Integration Group

GLCCB

We are a group of men of diverse race, background, sexual, and gender expression who gather on a regular basis to create an intentional space for personal growth and connection. We are part of an international group (ManKind Project, or simply MKP) that teaches men about healthy masculinity – a new way of being in the world. As a result of work done in our circle, men grow by: - Moving from head to heart in order to become emotionally authentic - Stepping into leadership to achieve a personal vision, or life mission - Living a life of integrity by taking full ownership of words spoken, actions taken, and their consequences - Clearly communicating needs and wants that enable the realization of personal truths We invite all self-identified and presenting men to attend our weekly meetings in the GLCCB at The Bank of America building Charles Street & 26th Street. Please use the buzzer to the left of the door entrance.

Community Leadership Training Program

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Purpose, Vision and Mission Thursday, November 14 - 7:00 to 9:00 PM ET Class held via Zoom Call (Call-in details below) All organizations identify purpose, vision and mission (PVM), either written or unwritten. This training explore the leader's relationship to PVM. Understanding PVM can change the way you work in an organization. You will gain: A better understanding of PVM as a key leadership element More awareness and clarity about how your personal and organizational PVM relates to your leadership roles An awareness of the impact and responsibility has for personal and organizational PVM Excitement about CLTP training ==================================== HOW TO PREPARE: Before the call, read the following definitions of Purpose, Vision, Mission and the Scenario. We will be working with these definitions, the Scenario below, and the questions that follow: DEFINITIONS: Purpose: The reason the organization exists. Vision: Some future state in the world, based on your organization being the best it can be. Mission: The thing you and your organization are going to accomplish. Values: The qualities, operational principles, and rules of the organization. THE SCENARIO: You are a volunteer who leads an all-volunteer grassroots advocacy organization of about 30 people. This organization's: Purpose is to further equal representation in government; Vision is a government elected by 100% of the population governed, and that this population is knowledgeable about the issues and the stands of all the people who represent them about those issues; Mission is to support and defend the interests of marginalized local residents in the political environment by advocating for political change and addressing social concerns; and Values are, diversity, fairness, and unified voice in politics. You work with a coalition of service organizations, religious institutions, and other grassroots associations that share the same objectives. These organizations use different approaches, providing a common base for individuals expressing shared interests and social concerns. The organization's aim is to bring about the effective collaboration of a diverse constituency large enough and vocal enough to effect political change and support services benefiting the community. The organization that you lead serves as a broader and more active community voice, educating the general public, reconciling individual understandings, and building cooperative liaisons between different organizations and individuals. QUESTIONS we will explore: How does your leadership align with the organization's purpose and vision? How might leadership project the organizational vision? How do you present organizational Values through leadership? How can you measure your success? We hope you will join us for this informative and educational training on a regular basis. The CLTP Core Team: Tom Caruso ([masked]) Cal Simone Ron Henderson Dexter Fox ==================================== CALL IN and CONTACT INFORMATION: Let us know you plan to attend. Contact Tom Caruso ( [masked] ) Classes are held via Zoom call. Use the following information to join the CLTP Zoom event: Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/404391393

Baltimore Integration Group

GLCCB

We are a group of men of diverse race, background, sexual, and gender expression who gather on a regular basis to create an intentional space for personal growth and connection. We are part of an international group (ManKind Project, or simply MKP) that teaches men about healthy masculinity – a new way of being in the world. As a result of work done in our circle, men grow by: - Moving from head to heart in order to become emotionally authentic - Stepping into leadership to achieve a personal vision, or life mission - Living a life of integrity by taking full ownership of words spoken, actions taken, and their consequences - Clearly communicating needs and wants that enable the realization of personal truths We invite all self-identified and presenting men to attend our weekly meetings in the GLCCB at The Bank of America building Charles Street & 26th Street. Please use the buzzer to the left of the door entrance.

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Baltimore Integration Group

GLCCB

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