A Space for Men
to Get Real.
3-Week Live Online Course.
Come on an Adventure
We’ve launched a platform designed for the man starting out on his personal growth journey. It’s a course for men to take a first step into something unknown – a men’s group.
In just three short weeks we’ll give you a solid foundation for moving ahead in your life, and you won’t be going alone. Cohorts Launch Every Month
The Journey Begins.
Men all over the world are hearing a wake-up call. Sometimes it’s hard to hear. The noise of ‘regular life’ can get very overwhelming. Some men are hearing the call all the time, but trying like hell to ignore it.
Are you one of these men?
The call is your soul’s longing. Longing to feel more powerful, to get unstuck, build better relationships, and feel like you’re really doing something to make your life matter. It’s about your connection, inspiration, passion, and fulfillment. Answering the call means taking a risk. And let’s face it, that can be a scary proposition.
This workshop was EXACTLY what I needed at this time in my life and I feel so blessed to have been a part of this container. I met a wonderful group of Black men like myself who inspired me to be a better man in all areas of my life and i plan on keeping in contact with them all for the rest of my natural life if possible.
The ability of these trainers to create a safe place for men to share and be vulnerable confirms the wisdom of the MKP approach to men’s work. I am looking forward to taking the NWTA when it becomes available.
Are you trying to get there on your own?
There is a place on the horizon where you will feel understood, connected, grounded, powerful.
We’re inviting you to the Men’s Work.
Paul Newell is a facilitator of the Men’s Work
Take one step.
In our experience with over 70,000 men around the world … we’ve learned that men can only go so far alone. We can’t heal ourselves, our society, or our planet while we’re still behaving like lone wolves. We need connection. We need tools. We need maps that work.
What you’ll get:
- A space where Men Get Real
- Deeper Self-Awareness
- Communication Tools
- Belonging & Connection to Self
- Emotional Mastery Skills
- A Brotherhood of Connection
- A Path Forward to Energize Your Growth
What it is:
- Maximum 14 Men per Cohort
- 2 Facilitators
- 3 Consecutive Weeks
- 90 Minute LIVE Video Calls
- High Impact Resources and Practices
- Private Facebook Group
- Free Ongoing Weekly Alumni Calls
Al and Rich built the environment that allowed 13 or so strangers to create an amazing sacred container that held the stories of us men and allowed us to stand at our edges and, at least for a moment, reach into the darkness and pull out pieces of our vulnerability and share them without fear.
Will definitely return for more and recommend for any man who is in the pursuit of improving himself and the community around him.
‘the Men’s Work’ is just $75
Your investment of $75 ($25 per 90 minute session!) is worth as much as you want out of it.
When you finish, you will have an open invite to weekly Alumni calls, new resources as they become available, and a connection to one of the largest and most respected men’s personal development organizations in the world, the ManKind Project.
Register Now for July
Every month there are 4 sessions of the Men’s Work open for any man. In addition, every other month we offer sessions exclusively for GBTQ (Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer) and Men of Color (BIPOC).
Sun 11:00 AM
Sun 6:00 PM
Mon 7:00 PM
Thu 8:00 PM
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If there are no upcoming dates for this training, add your name to the Alert List so we can let you know as soon as we have new dates!
Meet Our Facilitation Team
Facilitator / Coach
Paul Newell is a coach and facilitator working with men on showing up and getting healthy in all areas of their lives. He’s a Leader in Training in the ManKind Project. He lives in New Jersey.
Facilitator / Educator
Tom Pagliasotti is a retired educator with 22 years experience at a university and 12 years at an alternative high school. Tom has been involved with the ManKind Project since 2011.
Educator / Facilitator
Todd lives in the Philadelphia area with his husband. He works as a school administrator. Men’s work is hugely important to him, and he hopes to share that passion with others. He completed the NWTA in April 2018.
Harold is a US Navy Veteran Submariner. Harold’s been passionately doing his own work for decades and facilitating men’s work and is a Leader in Training for the ManKind Project. He has been involved in MKP since 2013. He lives joyfully with his wife, Barb, and their labradoodle, Mojo.
Jermaine was Initiated October 2015 in Silver Springs Florida. He is the Multicultural Coordinator for MKP Southeast and on the Executive Council For AFAM MKP.
Aaron is the Invitation Coordinator for the Philadelphia Area and a Leader in Training. He’s been involved in MKP since 1993. He is passionate about his own growth as well as supporting men in theirs. He is a father of two, and a home remodeler.
Rich Paul has been actively involved with the ManKind Project since attending the New Warrior Training Adventure in August of 2008. Now, he is a Co-Leader Candidate for NWTAs. Rich enjoys living in Orlando, Florida with his girlfriend, Jami, and their dogs, Indy and Daisy Mae.
Morgan Sullins is an early alumni the Men’s Work online course. He went on to complete the New Warrior Training Adventure in April 2019 and has returned to offer men a hand as they embark on their own journey. He’s a US Navy Veteran and deeply passionate about making the world a better place, one man at a time.”
Al completed the New Warrior Training Adventure in October 2018 in North Oxford, Massachusetts. He is a United States Air Force Veteran and father of 2 sons.
Charlie has been an advocate of personal growth work and empowerment for 20 years, and he has been a part of MKP since 2008. Charlie enjoys writing poetry, disc golfing, and live music. He currently lives in the Southwestern United States.
David Moravec started his journey with MKP by completing the New Warrior Training Adventure in 2002. He continues to sit in circle as part of an I-Group. David has staffed over 19 weekends and is currently the Area Steward for the Chicago Community. He is very in involved in supporting men in their growth by facilitating trainings. David; “I do this because it connects to my mission.” David is very active as part of the GBTQ contingent in MKP.
Tam is currently a mentor with Boys to Men Mentoring in San Diego and has been part of MKP since 2011 when he completed his New Warrior Training. He has been a martial arts instructor since 1998 with expertise in several arts. He’s passionate about active personal development and is always learning something new.
Facilitator / Co-Creator
Boysen is a Co-Creator of the Men’s Work Introduction. He is the author of ‘The New Macho,’ a credo for the mature masculine. He has been involved in men’s work since 2004 and is the Communications Director for the ManKind Project USA.
A south asian man working on finding his way home, he is deeply committed to his personal growth with the everyday goal to be a better man, husband, son, brother, friend to his loved ones. He has been involved with MKP since completing his New Warrior Training in April 2010 and is passionate about growing love between fathers and children by teaching men to become more open, vulnerable and present in their lives. He loves being a dad to his two furry sons with tails and whiskers.
Since we launched the Men’s Work in late 2018, over 1500 men have completed the three week course. Two men who were essential to our facilitation team in our early days of expansion have passed on. Here we honor their memories, and affirm our commitment to continue offering a loving, grounded, and spiritual place for men to begin their men’s work journey.
Les Gaines is a father, husband, and men’s work facilitator from the Mid Atlantic Area, where he serves as the volunteer Area Steward.
Facilitator / Core Map Coach
Royce is a Certified CORE MAP Life Coach who has worked with more than 300 people since 2001. He has been facilitating men’s work with the ManKind Project since 2000.