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As our world reveals new levels of complexity, our automatic response is often to look outside ourselves for answers. We gather information, seek counsel, or explore the latest management book or technique to find what we think we need. Developing new skills and gathering more information are necessary for our growth as leaders. But these external sources of wisdom are only part of the picture.

Each of us also has a vast well of inner resources to draw upon. Largely untapped, our interior worlds offer access to deep wisdom, which helps us develop greater awareness of ourselves, our consciousness, and the world around us. These realizations offer us a path forward as well as a return to the essence of Self—and to our Leadership Essence. From this place, we have greater understanding of and access to our insights and gifts as leaders. We also find an entry point to the broader energetic field, which can help us see the nuances of our experience with others and ourselves. We begin to sense our interconnection with others at a deeper level, which helps us to be more present and authentic in our interactions. We discover how to ground our inner wisdom into how we live our lives both at home and at work.

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Virtual workshop

Navigating Difficult Conversations

23 June – 18 August 2022
(Europe and Middle East Time friendly)

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Have you ever left a conversation and felt uneasy, wondering what the other person is really thinking or feeling, or telling yourself ‘I really messed that up?’

Have you avoided conversations because it felt too difficult to take them on – conversations like giving feedback, dealing with conflict in a close relationship, or addressing sensitive workplace issues?

Grounded in science related to our sense-making process, our emotional ‘survival’ systems and the power of stories, this program gives you the knowledge, skills and practical frameworks to transform ‘difficult’ conversations into ‘relationship-building’ conversations.

Delivered by

John Sautelle and Eleanor Reardon

Fee range

US $695 – Please see Accessibility Fees for financial support.

Contact Person

John Sautelle

Format

Five facilitated 2-hour virtual sessions (zoom) in a small group (maximum 24 participants). Support resources provided for pre and post session work to integrate skill development.

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Virtual workshop

Leading Inclusively Lab

01 September – 08 December 2022
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM US Eastern Time

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The Leading Inclusively Lab is a highly experiential, full immersion experience where you will learn to foster psychologically safe and developmentally appropriate spaces for people across multiple social identity and cultural differences. We need these capacities now more than ever. All across the world, we are seeing that understanding and engaging skillfully across differences is critical and complex. As humans, we’re wired to label each other and construct reasons to elevate our group over other groups. We are seeing more and more the limitations of this wiring, especially when we commit microaggressions against individuals and groups and our unconscious biases get us in all kinds of trouble. Society and our organizations demand that we become more self-aware and inclusive. This demand challenges our identity, simple stories, and the need for control. Sometimes when we try, we get it wrong and this unsettles us. This experiential program is designed to help us bring our most expansive selves to leading in more inclusive ways.

Delivered by

Vernice Jones & Akasha

Fee range

US $1,100

Contact Person

Akasha

Format

This interactive program will run for 7 sessions, including 2 Q & A bonus sessions. It will be hosted via Zoom with a group of up to 24 people accepted to maximize social identity differences such as race/ethnicity, gender, country of origin, age, sexual orientation, and class. 
Between sessions, you will work in small groups. Please note that these in-between formal sessions work with your group is mandatory (we also think you’ll find it a highlight of your experience). 

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Virtual workshop

Have you begun to realize that in today’s world all leaders must be inclusive leaders? This realization is pushing together the fields of leadership development and diversity, equity, and inclusion. If we’re not leading inclusively, we’re actually not leading at all in some crucial dimensions. For coaches and other leaders who grow leaders, expanding our capacities to notice, appreciate, and cultivate the weird and wonderful resources of the most diverse range of human beings has become imperative to our work. If we’re not coaching inclusively, we’re actually not coaching the whole person who stands in front of us as our client. For this reason, the International Coach Federation recently revised its account of the “core competencies” of coaching to hold up the importance of the context, culture, and identity of our clients. Coaching and Leading Inclusively: Gender, Sex, and the Body builds participants’ capacities to be present to diverse human experiences of our bodies, erotic energies, and relationships to gender.

Delivered by

Dominic Longo with Rebecca Scott

Fee range

US$ 999.00 – 1,250.00

Contact Person

Dominic Longo

Format

This workshop will be delivered on Zoom. There will be seven sessions of approximately 2 hours each (exact duration of each session to be specified in the coming months), and participants will meet in small groups between sessions..
All sessions will be recorded and made available in the course environment for the duration of the program.

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Virtual workshop

Navigating Difficult Conversations

October 6th to December 1st, 2022
(Australia, SEA and parts of US friendly time)

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Have you ever left a conversation and felt uneasy, wondering what the other person is really thinking or feeling, or telling yourself ‘I really messed that up?’

Have you avoided conversations because it felt too difficult to take them on – conversations like giving feedback, dealing with conflict in a close relationship, or addressing sensitive workplace issues?

Grounded in science related to our sense-making process, our emotional ‘survival’ systems and the power of stories, this program gives you the knowledge, skills and practical frameworks to transform ‘difficult’ conversations into ‘relationship-building’ conversations.

Delivered by

John Sautelle and Eleanor Reardon

Fee range

US $695.00 – Please see Accessibility Fees for financial support.

Contact Person

John Sautelle

Format

Five facilitated 2-hour virtual sessions (zoom) in a small group (maximum 24 participants). Support resources provided for pre and post session work to integrate skill development.

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