Manage episode 221158562 series 2394286
This week’s guest is Priya Parker, a master-facilitator and the founder of Thrive Labs where she helps activists, elected officials, corporate executives, educators and philanthropists create transformative gatherings. Priya is also the author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters, which really dives into how to create gatherings, in all types of contexts, that meaningfully connect people.
This conversation is all about how to infuse intention and connection into those gathering opportunities. Priya talks about the idea of code switching, what that does at an individual level and how it led her to group conflict resolution.
She also talks about how self-care is relational, and how we can host or guest gatherings in ways that foster self-care with some tactical tips and questions to reflect on.
Priya and Robyn also talk about the idea of a spiral supper, encouraging listeners to participate as a virtual community.
Join our Facebook Group
Subscribe: join the tribe!
Priya Parker is a master facilitator and the founder of Thrive Labs, at which she helps activists, elected officials, corporate executives, educators, and philanthropists create transformative gatherings. Trained in the field of conflict resolution, Parker has worked on race relations on American college campuses and on peace processes in the Arab world, southern Africa, and India. She studied organizational design at M.I.T., public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and political and social thought at the University of Virginia. She is the author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters. Find her online at www.priyaparker.com and @PriyaParker on Twitter and Instagram.
Show the Feel Good Effect Love
If you loved today’s episode be sure to leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts so we can keep bringing you more content like this! Share the show on Instagram, tagging @realfoodwholelife so that we can connect and highlight listeners on my feed.