Leadership Embodiment for Coaches: Building Authenticity through Somatic Intelligence
Thursday, December 8, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The 1/2 Day Leadership Embodiment (LE) Course for Coaches will cover some of these foundational tools:
- Leadership Embodiment Language and Principals
- How we study ourselves – Personality & Center
- The Science of Stress and Recovery Hormones
- Signature Stress Patterns - How We Organize Under Pressure, your 1 minute assessment -- quicker than a 360, and just as accurate!
- Centering Under Pressure – The LE Recovery Practice
- Taking the Centering Practice into a “Real Life” Difficult Conversation Practice
- Using the Centering practice to Speak Up without being aggressive or giving up
- Tools for recognizing the body’s early stress signals
- Centering exercise
- Quick reference Guide
- Inspiration practices
- Practice guides for using the LE practices in “real time”
The workshop will be offered in partnership with Leadership Embodiment facilitated by Wendy Palmer. Wendy Palmer is the founder of Leadership Embodiment and author of three books, The Intuitive Body, The Practice of Freedom and Leadership Embodiment; How the Way we Sit and Stand can Change the Way we Think and Speak. She holds a sixth degree black belt in Aikido and has practiced mindfulness for over 40 years.
When & Where
George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership
The Center for Excellence in Public Leadership is committed to developing public leaders who make a positive difference in their organizations and the lives of the people they serve. For us, this means that we, in turn, must seek to make a positive difference in our students' lives and their professional capabilities so that their impact and influence are deepened and expanded. Our experience has taught us that, for our leadership development programs to have the impact we desire they must integrate challenge and support, real-world action projects and opportunities for reflection, individual stretch assignments and peer learning support, and safe spaces for experimentation with new thinking approaches and leadership behaviors.