Join in Our Community Conversations
November 11, 2020
Connecting to consolidate learning, share best practices,
and gain wisdom from one another. 

In-person events are energizing and exhausting. Energizing because of the interesting conversations. Exhausting because you come home with piles of new ideas along with a crammed schedule from when you were gone. With IPEN’s conference online this year, we get a chance to revamp the experience—taking the best of what works and adding new twists. That’s why you’re invited to the Community Conversations on November 11, 2020.

Here’s how it works. Enroll and attend the IPEN conference on October 27-29, 2020.

Participate in the event; learn from the speakers and visit the booths. Take lots of notes, gather all the information in the booths. Take the week after the event to organize and assimilate. What stands out? What are you excited about? If you were to give someone one key learning that you gained, what would it be?

Then, on November 11, bring your notes (along with a cup of tea or coffee) and join a Community Conversation! Facilitated by Wholebeing Institute, this is a chance to chat with others to consolidate learning, share best practices, and gain wisdom from one another.

Register for a Community Conversation now.

Register for the time that works best for your schedule and we'll email you reminders
with the Zoom link to join the conversation

Register for the time that works best for you.

12:00PM ET
6:00PM ET
3:00PM ET

Conversation Moderators

Megan McDonough

Megan McDonough is the founder and CEO of Wholebeing Institute, a global educational organization where adults learn—and then live into—the applied science of human flourishing, serving the work forward for the good of all. With a degree in nuclear medicine, decades of leadership experience, in-depth collaboration with thought leaders such as Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar building positive psychology experiences, and 25 years of teaching and practicing yoga, Megan combines intellectual understanding with an embodied approach to teaching and leading. An award-winning writer, she is the author of four books on mindfulness. Her work focuses on helping people and organizations thrive.  

Henrique Bueno

Henrique Bueno is the CEO and founder of Wholebeing Institute Brazil and the World Happiness Fest Brazil, as well as an international speaker; facilitator of happiness, leadership, and communication programs; and guest professor at several universities. He has offered lectures, workshops, and positive transformation projects for more than 80 companies, schools, and public organizations in Brazil and abroad.