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mar. 27 févr.


CICR at Saint-Paul U, Ottawa

“The Right Use of Power” - CoP with Tejumo Ogouma - In-Person Event

Join us for our next in-person Community of Practice on February 27 at 6:30 pm, where Tejumo Ogouma will guide us through “The Right Use of Power - Using Power to Create Positive Change.” This free workshop is open to all leaders, managers, and peace practitioners, especially our TPN graduates.

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“The Right Use of Power” - CoP with Tejumo Ogouma - In-Person Event
“The Right Use of Power” - CoP with Tejumo Ogouma - In-Person Event

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27 févr. 2024, 18 h 30 – 20 h 30

CICR at Saint-Paul U, Ottawa, 223 rue Main Street, Saint Paul University L207, Ottawa, ON K1S 1C4, Canada

À propos de l'événement

The Right Use of the Power – Using Power to Create Positive Change.

In a world in turmoil, it is easy to associate power with the abuses of power we witness daily in our personal and professional lives, politics, the news, and social media. This is not only disheartening, but it erodes our trust.

Yet when power is paired with wisdom, compassion, and courage, it becomes the ability to initiate positive change. The Right Use of Power is power with ethics. It provides us with the view and the tools to move toward a greater understanding of power dynamics and self-awareness of our use of power.

This interactive and experiential workshop introduces the basic principles of the Right Use of Power. It includes talks and practical exercises. Participants are asked to bring a “power object” (i.e. scarf, stone, artifact or any object that is meaningful to them and gives them a sense of confidence and pride).

Where love rules, there is no power, and where power predominates, there love is lacking....  The one is the shadow of the other.” - Carl Gustav Jung.

Facilitator - Tejumo Ogouma

Tejumo is a TPN graduate, an accomplished meditator, conflict resolution practitioner, and facilitator keen on Non-Violent Communication. Tejumo is being trained as a coach through the Co-active Training Institute and the Right Use of Power Institute.


CICR Community Room L213 is located at Saint-Paul University, 223 Main St, Ottawa, on the second floor of Laframboise Hall.

Please park on the street or use the SPU Visitors Parking lot located at Hazel St, operating on a pay-and-display policy. The street address closest to the Laframboise Hall doors is 233 or 249 Main St.

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