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What a Himalayan Adventure Taught Me About Connection and Dialogue

Join Henry as he shares his Himalayan motorcycle adventure through pictures and video as well as what he learned about identity, connection, and dialogue. His talk provides the audience with practical ways they can leverage what he learned without going as far or as high. Trained as a lawyer, Henry Yampolsky is a mediator, facilitator, and conflict coach. He is passionate about leading transformative conversations and about empowering individuals and organizations to respond to conflict with strength, clarity, and ease. Henry has worked with hundreds of complex conflicts around the world and is the co-founder, President, and CEO of the Living Peace Institute. Henry is the co-creator of the mindfulness-based conflict coaching tool, called Dis-Solving Conflict from Within™ and is the author of revolutionary mediation training curriculum which incorporates mindfulness and yoga into conflict resolution training. Henry is also a Master-Level teacher of Sattva Yoga, trained in Rishikesh, India. More information about Henry and his work is available at www.livingpeaceinstitute.com. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

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Henry Yamposky

Henry Yamposky is the co-creator of the mindfulness-based conflict coaching tool, called Dis-Solving Conflict from Within™ and is the author of revolutionary mediation training curriculum which incorporates mindfulness and yoga into conflict resolution training. Henry is also a Master-Level teacher of Sattva Yoga, trained in Rishikesh, India. MORE >

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