Presented from The Men's Inquiry
Men's Work – The Value of Healthy Fellowship.
How do men's groups positively impact our relationships, personal effectiveness, children, and society?
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What is "men's work"? How do men's groups contribute to our society? How many men do you know that have close male friends who they can
truly confide in about their joys, passions, fears, and desires?
Who do most men turn to in emotional pain? How many just isolate
This presentation, gives attendees a compelling glimpse into the book “Finding Our Fire—Enhancing Men’s Connection to Heart, Passion and Strength” and CD "What Does it Mean to Be a Man of Your Word" by Martin Brossman. Drawn from a men’s discussion group he founded called The Men’s Inquiry*, the book includes Martin’s personal anecdotes plus contributions from over 100 men who responded, as they do in the Inquiry meetings, to thought-provoking questions with authentic emotion and surprising insights. Hear Martin describe the three types of men & how they affect women and offer practical methods for men of all ages to mature and change. Martin has worked on this material for over 10 years and reveals what he has found, as well as his personal experience, in this presentation.
This is a 20 min. to 1.5 hr. engaging presentation for men & women on men's
issues in our culture today. It is dedicated to revealing the normally
unexpressed benefit of men investing their time in getting together with
other men in groups, with the intent of developing a healthier relationship
and deeper connection with each other. With questions and answers, Martin
will be discussing the real value possible from men truly supporting each
other, what resources are available for men, and what works in supporting
men in taking advantage of these resources. Martin has been leading the
Triangle Men's Inquiry Meeting since 1996 and has participated in and led
training on men's issues. He has also assisted Warren Farrell, author
of 5 men's books including “Why Women Don’t Hear What Men Don’t Say” and
“Why Men Are The Way They Are” at Farrell's Esalen Institute workshops.
Martin will be sharing from this wealth of experience, including both a
personal perspective and that of other men who have participated.
What people said about Martins work:
“A gift from a dedicated leader in personal growth,
particularly the development of the healthy male ego, “Finding Our Fire” is
a must read for psychotherapists, life coaches and anyone interested in the
wounding and healing of the male psyche.”
"In Finding Our Fire,
Martin Brossman gives from the very depth of his soul, from his fire. Turn
the page and your fire will be sparked. Turn the next page and your heart
will be opened. Turn the next page and you will find strength. Turn and
turn, and you will be awakened to what is alive in you! For both men and
women, Finding Our Fire will stimulate the best in you and open your world
to a deeper connection with the energy needed to create a more harmonious
*The Men's Inquiry is a venue where healthy men explore questions about their lives together. Questions such as "What does it mean to be a leader or mentor? What type of son were you to your father? What works in keeping a long-term relationship passionate and alive? What does it mean to you to be a man today? The Men's Inquiry is not faith-based, and men of all walks of life are welcome.
About the developer and presenter: Martin W. Brossman has a passion for enhancing relationships. Martin is the founder of both the Men's & Women's Inquiry . He has been interviewed on national talk shows, published in local and national magazines, and assisted with relationship courses at Esalen Institute in CA. He is the VP of The Triangle Men's Center. His personal training in 'Men's Work' includes The Sterling Men's Weekend and the ManKind Adventure - New Warrior Training. In his Success Coaching he has helped men and women enhance their prosperity and their relationships for over 10 years. In 2007 Martin received the Ron Harring, Mission of Service award for living his mission in the world.
He is also the Director of Martin Brossman and Associates, an organization committed to supporting people in living lives they love. He is a trainer and personal coach, specializing in communications, career direction, conflict resolution, coaching, and team effectiveness. A graduate of St. Andrews College, he has 20 years of professional experience including organizing and operating small firms and a personal consulting business. At IBM he received the "IBM Means Service" award, the top award given for customer service. In 2000 he was honored with the NC Governor's Volunteer of the Year Award for his service to the Laugh Mobile Program at Duke University Hospital. Martin has been a speaker and trainer for corporations, government agencies, and medical centers including; IBM, The Environmental Protection Agency, Duke Medical Center, the Granville County Health Department, and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. He has been a featured presenter at the National Leadership Training Forum of the American Society for Training and Development.
For more information and to register call: Martin Brossman @ (919) 847-4757 or Martin@CoachingSupport.com or send your check to Martin Brossman, CoachingSupport.com, 6260-100 Glenwood Ave.. Suite 251, Raleigh NC 27612
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