About the Event
“There are very few people who realize what God would make of them…In calling me to live my special qualities and characteristics, God planted deep in myself an original purpose…what my concrete self adds up to and to live out.” – St. Ignatius of Loyola
Life is about facing and managing change —career, personal, family, spiritual. This retreat is an opportunity to reflect on your life and your faith, exploring avenues for new opportunities. You will engage practical career transition content, poetry, and prayer which will allow you to begin clarifying vocational needs and goals.
We all need a vision for our gifts—and language to describe our career/life objectives to ourselves and others. Life-SHIFT will include a variety of activities including discussion, personal writing, film, music, reflective solitude, using the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and one to one consultation. Each participant will set goals, develop resources for change while experiencing imaginative ways to know God’s presence on the journey.
Registration begins at 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
7:00 pm – Dinner.
8:00 pm – First Session. And concludes with lunch on Sunday.
All bedrooms are non-smoking. Please call Kateri at 925-785-9850 if you prefer making your reservation by phone.
About the Presenter(s)Tom Bachhuber, Ed. D.
Facilitator Tom Bachhuber, Ed. D., is President of the Board for The Center for Life Transitions, a non-profit headquartered in Milwaukee, WI. Dr. Bachhuber was Director of the Career Development Center at both the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the University of Maryland-College Park. He has provided consultation services for several Fortune 500 companies and over 150 universities. Tom has served on the Board for KAIROS: School of Spiritual Formation at the Jesuit Spiritual Center in Wernersville, PA. He is also on the Leadership Team for the Ignition Volunteer Corps-Milwaukee. His Masters and Doctorate are from the University of Virginia. Tom has published five books including Directors: A Guide to Career Planning (Houghton-Mifflin) and The Best Graduate Business Schools (Simon and Schuster).
Tom Bachhuber at email@example.com