Important Information for Staffing the Upcoming Noble Man Workshop
Welcome to the logistics page for staffing your upcoming COR Weekend! This page includes all the information you will need to prepare, including:
◇Required Staffing Components & Agreements
◇ Travel Information
◇ What to Bring
◇ Logistics FAQs & Contact Information
Please take a few minutes to look over all the information, and bookmark this page for your reference.
COMPLETE YOUR QUESTIONNAIRE
If you do not complete your questionnaire at least four weeks before the workshop, you risk forfeiting your spot in the workshop to someone on the waiting list, and are subject to our cancellation policy.
Required to staff
◇ You must be present at all mandatory staff meetings and for the entire duration of staffing.
◇ Take some time to review our Staff Guidelines and make sure you understand and agree to what we are asking of you. If you have any questions you can ask them during our conference call, or email us at email@example.com. If you are not ready, willing or able to comply with what we are asking of you, please let us know by Sept 24th, 2020.
These meetings are mandatory and an essential part of holding the space for the workshops participants. This is the first time where we all come together and create the depth and safety of the container for the participants. You will be informed about the overall flow of the weekend and your part in it, and all other logistics you will need. If you absolutely can not make the call, please email client care by the end of the day Friday (before the call) and you will receive a recording that must be listened to within 48 hours. Thank you.
The first meeting will be a group conference call on Monday, Oct 12th at 6pm EST.
The conference number is (712) 770-8061 and the access code: 453414.
The second meeting will be on-site on Thursday, Oct 22nd at 10:00am.
Our completion meeting will also be on-site Sunday, Oct 25th after breakdown, at approximately 3 pm.
Staff Completion Conference Call
This completion Zoom meeting will be held to support you with post-workshop integration, and in addressing any concerns or triggers that may be present for you after your experience in holding such tremendous space on staff. To help resource you, we will have a video/conference call
Thursday, Oct 29th from 6:00–7:00pm EST
Access the conference by
Video: https://zoom.us/j/531915621 or Telephone: (408) 638-0968
Please arrange your schedule so that you can attend.
◇ Please be on time and plan to arrive by 9:15am to check in.
◇ You will need to provide your own lunch for Thursday, but dinner will be provided.
◇ You are welcome to arrive on site on Wednesday afternoon/evening, and many staff choose to do so in order to connect with other staff and get settled in.
◇ Please make your travel arrangements for Sunday to accommodate you leaving the site no earlier than 4pm.
◇ Camp Weed is located in Live Oak where the Suwanee and Santa Fe Rivers meet. It is just west from Interstate 75 and Interstate 10.
◇ Please note travel time is 90 minutes back to Jacksonville International Airport.
WHAT TO BRING
◇Loose comforting clothes, for 4 days
◇ Layers for warm/cool weather
◇ Yoga or workout clothes
◇ A shawl or light sweater
◇ Socks and/or slippers
◇ Walking shoes and slip-on sandals
◇ A bathing suit for swimming
◇ An umbrella and/or rain gear in case of weather
◇ A wrist watch
◇ A journal and a pen
◇ A large, covered water bottle
◇ A covered thermos for tea service
◇ Any supplements, or special dietary items you may need
◇ Toiletry items, make up, jewelry….
◇ An alarm clock
◇ A flashlight with working batteries
◇ Female Staff – Please bring with you an outfit for the Friday night ritual, which should be white or light colored, and a special outfit for Initiation Day.
◇ Male Staff – Please bring a special outfit that expresses the Noble Man in you for Saturday’s Initiation.
◇ Staffing starts at 9:15am on Thursday, Oct 22nd and ends at 4pm on Sunday, Oct 25th. You must be present for the entirety of staffing.
◇ We strongly recommend that you take off work the Monday after the workshop to relax and integrate your experience.
◇ We request that you limit your cell phone use for the duration of the retreat, or even turn it off completely, to limit distractions and give you the maximum benefit of the experience. Please give loved ones our Event Manager’s phone number in case of an emergency:
Kristie (407) 619-1315
PARTICIPANTS’ INTEGRATION SUPPORT (OPTIONAL)
As part of COR’s integration process, we are offering the participants a 30-day Everyday Noble Man follow up program to work on their relationship with the women in their actual day to day lives. This consists of four weekly Video Conference Meetings. In the third week, TBD, we would like to invite four to six staff women to participate in the video conference to assist the men in this process. You will be asked to be available for the men to answer questions or to step in as proxies (similar to horseshoe work in NM). The goal is that the men can practice challenging conversations with women and get feedback from you, as well as get the feminine perspective on questions/struggles they have. You will have the opportunity to volunteer for this after the workshop.
Many of the answers can be found on this page, but in case you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact our Client Care Specialist with any questions or concerns:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the accommodations like at the workshop?
We handpick our venue sites for comfort, accessibility, and a concentration on the natural beauty around us. Each site is different. Most sites do offer separate rooms for staff, shared with several other staff, but in some cases staff is required to sleep on floor mats. We put a lot of thought and effort into making sure each staff is as comfortable and well-resourced as possible, asking for sleeping preferences before the workshop. An on-site event manager is there to see to any concerns that come up. If you have questions about your specific event, please contact our Client Care Specialist to ask for more details about the site and event you’re staffing at.
What IS the food like at the workshop?
We have an on-site chef present to cook healthy meals for all participants, who attempts to cook with as much organic, natural food as possible. We ask for any food allergies or restrictions in the questionnaire, and we can accommodate most needs, including dairy-free, gluten-free and vegetarian. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or concerns, and we will do all that we can to accommodate those needs. In the rare case that we are not able to, we’ll make sure to communicate that beforehand and provide space for you in the refrigerators on site.
can i do this workshop with a friend or relative?
Yes absolutely! Many people choose to staff the workshop of a close friend or family member, and it’s a very bonding experience. We encourage you to invite anyone who you are close to, and who might also benefit from the weekend.
You are welcome to join our affiliate program as well, which is free and easy to join. You can receive a $100 referral fee for anyone who registers for COR Woman or Noble Man through our affiliate program.
What if i can’t get there in time, or have to leave early?
You cannot staff unless you can be present for the entirety of staffing. If a conflict comes up that would make it so that you cannot be present the entire time, please consult the cancellation policy, and contact our Client Care Specialist immediately.