Landmark Forum Leader Josselyn Herman Saccio was recently interveiwed on KCTV5 on the subject of job burnout. This segment is intended to help you both recognize the signs of job burnout and also know what you can do about it. […]
This TEDxHongKong talk by Landmark graduate Charles Caldwell explores a new kind of leadership.
Josh Tickell’s new enviro-doc film Fuel is receiving critical acclaim from across the country, including a Critics Pick from the New York Times, reports Landmark Education News.
Landmark Education News has received links to what appears to be a Self-Expression and Leadership program project taking place in the Central subway station in Stockholm, Sweden.
Shortly before this past mother’s day, Landmark Forum leader David Cunningham appeared on the Daily Buzz television program to discuss the best ways to appreciate and honor one’s mother.
In March, one person’s experience of the Landmark Forum was featured on Positive Living, a Canadian television program. The show also featured interviews with Landmark Education executive and Landmark Forum leader Nancy Zapolski about a variety of different topics (earlier, […]
Recently, one person’s experience of Landmark Education and the Landmark Forum was featured on the Canadian television program Positive Living. Additionally, the show has featured interview segments with Landmark Forum leader Nancy Zapolski about different topics of importance to people. […]
The Canadian television program Positive Living (positivelivingtv.com) recently featured one person’s experience of the Landmark Forum. The program features segments from inside the Landmark Forum, which is led by David Cunningham and Nancy Zapolski. The episode also contains interviews with […]
In the Landmark Forum, aspiring Los Angeles Actor Sarah Culberson realized that she was terrified to find her biological father. Culberson was adopted and grew up in West Virginia, and in the Landmark Forum she decided that she would find […]
When Matt Kerr of Waitakere, New Zealand did Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program, he decided to create adventures for young people. He created Wild Waitakere Warriors, an outdoor Program that trained participants in leadership, courage and having fun. See more below. […]
Jana Scholten of Boston, Massachusetts, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2001. She suffered for several years with serious MS symptoms. In a Landmark Education leadership program, Scholten realized that she had a say about her own body and that she did […]
Rhode Island actor, writer, director and Landmark Education graduate Barry Press started Living Literature as a project in his Self-Expression Leadership Program. The project brought actors into schools to ‘perform’ works of literature, involving students and educators in novels and non-fiction in a […]
[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=vkzpz3Kb6_Y[/youtube] One review of Doug Block’s criticially acclaimed documentary began ’51 Birch Street is everyone’s address.’ Coming from a critic in Ecuador, this comment eloquently expresses the universality of Block’s documentary about his parents, which was strongly influenced by his participation […]
The origins of Where Peace Lives, an incredible new organization for peace in the world, lie in friendship. New Jersey natives Jeff Rudy and Jeff and Donna Clapp completed Landmark Education's curriculum for living and then assisted as Introduction Leaders together over […]
The Whitebridge Foundation was created by Grace Demaio a Melbourne designer who participated in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program. The purpose of the foundation is to collect and send excess clothing from major clothing manufacturers to help dress […]
Seneka Cohen is a midwife and mother who while participating in the Landmark Education Self Expression and Leadership Program determined to make a difference in the exceptionally high mortality rate among Australian Aboriginal mothers and babies. She created The Aboriginal […]
Landmark Forum Graduate Sean Mckeon is a teach and coach at Manual Arts high school in Los Angeles. While a participant in the Self Expression and Leadership Program, he created a community project called LAX in LA. [googlevideo]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=911238804471689711&hl=en[/googlevideo] Here is […]
Youth Making a Difference got its start in the Landmark Education Self-Expression and Leadership Program when Robert Baird determined that he wanted to find a way for young adults to discover their own ability to make a difference. As a business […]
Bob Ballard is a musician who lives in Ojai California. He is the creator of a project called Hearts of Fire that is dedicated shifing the public perception of homeless people. Several years ago while taking a program with Landmark Education […]
A Charity started by a Landmark Education Graduate in 1993 is still going strong nearly 15 years later Cherish Our Children International http://www.cherishourchildren.org/ is dedicated to making a difference for the worlds most needy and vulnerable children. Around the world […]
Landmark Education graduates in the Team Management Leadership program in Los Angeles watched as thousands of American soldiers returned from Iraq with permanent disabilities and knew they wanted to do something. The way Tom Tapp saw it, these soldiers were […]
StepUP Foundation- “If it is possible, it is possible for me, it’s just a matter of how!” Australian Business Woman Ryll Bergin has always wanted to make a difference in lives of teenagers. As a business professional, she wanted to […]
Dr. Jay Grossman is a dentist in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles County. In a neighborhood with so much afluence one might be surprised to find that it home to a non-profit that provides vital services to homeless people. […]
Interior designers Suzanne Perrin and Denise Inskip-Seale created a project to beautify a Habitat for Humanity home using entirely donated material, labor and furnishings. The concept behind the project was simple. Many of the families that work with Habitat for […]
Special Spectators was a project created in 2002 by Blake Rockwell while he was a participant in the Landmark Self Expression and Leadership Program. Blake is a huge sports fan and got the idea to give seriously ill children a […]
Landmark Forum Graduate Ben Zander, best selling business author and conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Symphany was interviewed on Canadian Televsion. He is shown leading a seminar for musicians in Toronto Canada and speaking about leadership, transformation, Landmark and The […]
Landmark Self Expression and Leadership Project called G.O.P.A.T. (Giving Old People A Thrill) New Zealand Self Expression and Leadership Program Participant Max Vodane created a project that brought the Ulysses Motor Bike Club together with the St. Andrews Retirement Community. […]
Everyone at some point has been approached by a smiling kid selling candy bars to raise money for their school or sports team. Most people find these kids and the opportunity to support their endeavors difficult to resist. In fact […]
Limbs For Life From 9NEWS NOW Washington D.C. If there was ever a pitch for a cause, Jessica Rogers knows how to hit it. “Some kids that don’t have legs and arms, they’re gonna get money for them to get […]
Uplifiting Images Of Tenderloin CommunityStudents Help Change Perception Of Tough Neighborhood See the Video From ABC7 KGO-TV/DT San Francisco By Carolyn Tyler Mar. 28 – KGO – We want to take you to a school in a tough San Francisco […]