Partnership Explorations Course Participation
[To locate your Legal Terms and Informational program requirement form or to find the
“Join” button on the first day of your course, go to your Landmark Worldwide account and sign in.]
Requirements and Coursework
The Community Book
The Community Book is one of the key components of exploration in the Partnership Course. You are invited to begin your Community Book and bring it to the first weekend.
Through the year-long inquiry of the Partnership Explorations course, you will have many opportunities to impact and alter the network of conversations that form the clearing for your relationships. To get the most out of this, we recommend that you select 20 people from your Originating Circle who are critical to determining the quality of that network of conversations and use them to create a Community Book.
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Partnership Explorations Community Book
Wisdom Community Gatherings / Saturdays or Seminar Participation
Attendance in Wisdom Community Gatherings/Saturdays and/or in the Landmark Seminar Series is a required part of your participation in Partnership Explorations. There are several options, as follows:
- Attend Wisdom Community Gatherings in cities where Wisdom Courses are held. See the Universal Schedule
- Attend Wisdom Community Saturdays in cities where Wisdom Courses are facilitated through the web, or any facilitated Community Saturday. The information on the hours of the Community Saturdays and more details for attending these events will be available at the first Partnership weekend.
- Landmark Seminar Series if you cannot attend Community Saturday Gatherings or Facilitated Community Saturdays, you are required to participate in the Landmark Seminar Series for the duration of the Partnership Explorations Course. This will work out to two or three seminar series over the course of Partnership (depending on the seminar schedule in your area.) Tuition is included for all seminars except Master Class seminars during your participation in Partnership.
Pacific Course – This tuition waiver applies to all seminars starting on or after July 23, 2022, first weekend of the course and any seminar that starts prior to the last weekend of Partnership, April 1, 2023.
Atlantic Course – This tuition waiver applies to all seminars starting on or after June 25, 2022, first weekend of the course and any seminar that starts prior to the last weekend of Partnership, March 11, 2023.
This scholarship applies to seminars in North America, Europe, and Australia/New Zealand.
Master Class Seminars are not included. Participation in a Landmark Master Class seminar will satisfy this requirement, however the tuition waiver will not apply.
If you wish, you may attend Wisdom Community Gatherings/Saturdays or Facilitated Wisdom Saturdays AND participate in seminars.
Keeping Possibility Alive
To expand the possibility of the course for you, we suggest that you attend Partnership coursework events with people who are in the current Partnership course in your area.
Pre-Course Inquiry Sessions
You’re invited to attend a series of Pre-Course Inquiry sessions as part of your participation in the upcoming Partnership Explorations course. These sessions are led by senior participants of the Partnership conversation. On these calls, you will inquire into the distinctions and possibilities of your upcoming Partnership Course. These sessions are not required, but many participants find them enriching, enlivening, and very beneficial.
For Persons Registered in Partnership Explorations 2022 – 2023 Courses
Pre-Course Inquiry Calls resume Friday January 7 and Saturday January 8, 2022
Fridays, 5:30 p.m. Pacific time | 8:30 p.m. Eastern time
Saturdays, 12:30 p.m. Sydney, Australia time
Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. Pacific time | 12:00 noon Eastern time
5:00 p.m. UK time | 6:00 p.m. CET
Join the Zoom session from anywhere.
[Zoom Meeting ID: 847 0116 0182 | Passcode: 447669]
One part of the Partnership Explorations Course is Book Discussions,
which are intended to expand the boundaries of our thinking.
There is a list of the books that will be discussed during the sessions. You may notice that the books vary in ease of understanding; some are more difficult than others.
Reading these books is an optional, not mandatory, part of the course.
Book Discussions will begin during the second weekend.