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Fleet Maull, PhD, is an author, consultant, trainer and executive coach who facilitates deep transformation for individuals and organizations through his philosophy and program of Radical Responsibility™. He is a tireless and dedicated servant leader working for positive social transformation as a meditation teacher, consultant, trainer, social entrepreneur, peacemaker and end-of-life care educator. He is an empowered senior teacher in two meditation traditions, a holder of the Way of Council, and a certified trainer with Partners in Leadership, New Line Consulting, Prison Mindfulness Institute, Center for Mindfulness in Corrections and The Event Training.
Fleet Maull is a fully empowered, senior mindfulness meditation teacher in two highly respected mindfulness meditation traditions with ancient roots and international scope. He is an acharya (highest teaching credential) in the Shambhala International Meditation Community, global movement founded by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and now led by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche with over 200 retreat and meditation centers world wide. Fleet Maull was a senior student of Trungpa Rinpoche; and as an acharya in Shambhala, he is a personal representative of the current Shambhala lineage holder, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche. He is also a sensei (senior Zen teacher) and Dharma Successor of Roshi Bernie Glassman in the Zen Peacemaker Community, an international movement integrating Zen with social action and peacemaking throughout the world with deep lineage roots in the Soto and Rinzai Zen lineages of Japan. Acharya Maull has been practicing mindfulness meditation for more than 40 years and teaching mindfulness meditation for 32 years. He leads mindfulness meditation programs and retreats for newcomers and advanced students at meditation centers and retreat centers around the world.
Acharya Maull has developed cutting edge mindfulness-based leadership training, consulting and coaching programs, which he delivers in diverse business, nonprofit and government settings, including his pioneering work in mindfulness-based emotional intelligence training programs.