Real connection, shared knowledge, and creative curiosity.
Reinvention: the action or process through which something is changed so much that it appears to be entirely new.
29th April to 6th May, Nevis, West Indies
What to expect:
- Connection (with self and others), candor, curiosity, community, and FUN!
- A seven-day, seven-night workshop at The Hermitage. The Reinvention Retreat has exclusive use of the property and grounds.
- Daily full breakfasts, dinner each evening, and a Welcome Reception on Saturday night.
- Coming together each morning to learn tools and skills for reinvention.
- Exercises and creativity prompts to get your reinvention juices flowing.
- Opportunities to explore the island and discover the magic of Nevis.
- Planned activities each day to warm the soul, stretch the body, and delight the senses.
- Relaxing in swinging hammocks and on open-air porches.
- Gathering each afternoon for content integration and application
- Dinner discussions of the day's adventures.
- Homemade meals from the award-winning Hermitage kitchen.
The Hermitage is a small, boutique inn on the island of Nevis, West Indies, owned and operated by the Lupinacci family since 1970. Described by The New York Times as “the nearest thing to Eden …” in a tranquil, historic, and charm-filled setting, The Hermitage celebrates West Indian culture and tradition and is renowned for its restaurant which offers a fine-dining experience celebrating a Caribbean-infused menu.
The best flight options are flying into St Kitts (SKB) and Hermitage will arrange a taxi to greet you at the airport and take you to Reggae Beach for the 5 min water taxi ride to Nevis. Another taxi will be waiting to whisk you to the Hermitage. Once you have your flights, send us your itinerary.
Reinvention exploration will be part of everything we do. Plans will change, we'll practice pivoting.
Saturday, April 29th
- 7pm Welcome Reception - Introductions, drinks, and dinner in the Main House
Sunday - Friday (all sessions optional)
- Early morning yoga
- 8-10am Breakfast
- 10-12pm Morning discussion and reinvention exercises
- 12-4pm Daily excursion or Free time at The Hermitage
- 5pm-7pm Afternoon debrief and content review
- 7pm Drinks on the South Porch
- 8pm Dinner in the Main House
- Evening discussion
Saturday, May 6th
- 8 - 10am Breakfast
Compelling facilitation designed to enable folks to wrestle with topics of relevance to them in new and nuanced ways and incorporate diverse voices and perspectives into the conversation. We'll work together, in smaller groups, and one-on-one. Expect to emerge feeling supported and connected, sharing common language, and having crafted mini-actions. We'll reconnect virtually after the retreat to explore challenges and celebrate outcomes.
We all have enormous gifts and potential that lie dormant until activated. We often doubt and wonder who we are to step forward. We may hide who we really are or play small. Together, let's explore something even better.
Experienced facilitators inspired and/or trained by Brené Brown, Amy Edmundson, Nadya Zhexembayeva, Martha Beck, and David Emerald, senior facilitators and presenters will facilitate learning experiences, integration and practice.
We'll work together, in smaller groups, and one-on-one. Expect to emerge feeling supported and connected, sharing common language, and having crafted mini-action plans. We'll reconnect virtually after the retreat to explore challenges and celebrate outcomes.
Christine Cavalieri, PCC, CDTLF, CRP
As an Executive Coach, Organizational Consultant, and Senior Facilitator, Chris partners with leaders seeking to increase performance, foster resilience, and spark innovation. She has coached leaders and their teams through high-stakes challenges of all kinds, ranging from role expansions to performance leaps, and she’s guided many companies on their journey toward adopting and embracing changes.
Known for her candor, humor, and enthusiasm, Chris is a natural relationship builder, easy to connect with and trust. She listens deeply, asks the right questions to help gain insight into the impact of behaviors, to examine personal and professional goals, and existing resources and strategies. As an ICF-certified coach, Chris blends her organizational insight and strategic thinking to comprehensive engagements. In June 2019, Chris was trained by Dr. Brené Brown to become a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. Chris is also certified in The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety, The Leadership Circle Profile, and is a Certified Reinvention Practitioner.
Compelling facilitation designed to enable folks to wrestle with topics of relevance to them in new and nuanced ways and incorporate diverse voices and perspectives into the conversation. Experienced facilitators inspired and/or trained by Brené Brown, Amy Edmundson, Nadya Zhexembayeva, Martha Beck, and David Emerald, will facilitate learning experiences, integration and practice.
Yoga & Movement
The Cycle of Change
Donna is a leadership and transformation coach inspired by her training with Martha Beck. With a deep belief in the power of interconnectedness, Donna brings humor and a natural curiosity to her coaching practice.
Interpersonal Meditation Practice
Tristana Pirkl, Certified Circling Facilitator
Tristana has a BA in Human Biology with a concentration in Women & Children's Global Public Health from Stanford University. She serves on the Governance Board and is Director of the School Garden Support Organization.
Fabulous experience! Chris is an awesome facilitator and designed high levels of engagement and interaction. It was so helpful to exchange and practice the models that we learned. We had plenty of time to dig in. -- Monica K.
I loved having the ability to connect on a personal level. Our shared vulnerability made the constructive feedback and diverse viewpoints so much richer. Chris set expectations but was so kind and curious. -- Maria D.
Great content, great energy, great opportunities to connect in small groups. Got to mix with different people, which was so powerful! At the same time, I so appreciated the time and space to disconnect, to reflect, and drill down. -- Erin D.