UPDATE: September Workshop announced
We need a new kind of leadership. Business and society are at a turning point: away from the old industrial, “command and control” models towards ecological, interdependent models of collaboration and complexity. Women are ideally placed to take a lead in this movement and benefit from coming together and supporting each other on the journey.
The next stage in leadership development is for women to not just attain senior positions, but to succeed on their own terms. When women stop emulating conventional stereotypes of leadership and start becoming themselves, everyone will benefit.
In this 2-day workshop with Hetty Einzig and Liz Rivers, we will work with discussion, dialogue, exercises and reflection. We will also work on embodying the learning so it becomes part of your “muscle memory”, leading to sustained change in behaviour, not just great ideas that can often evaporate under pressure. We will draw on insights from neuroscience and Leadership Embodiment to create lasting change, real courage and deep power, rather than the bravado with which many of us get by.
If you are leading an SME or a department in a company, professional services firm, public sector organisation or NGO – or stepping up into a leadership role, this workshop is for you.
Hetty Einzig has been coaching leaders in private, public and corporate sectors globally for over 20 years. She worked alongside John Whitmore to design the leading edge Transpersonal Coach Training and delivers leadership programmes around the world, combining her background in languages, transpersonal psychology,
psychoanalytic and systemic approaches. Hetty is a founder member of Be The Change, and is currently facilitating a leadership programme for young women leaders from North Africa. She is also the editor of the AC Global Bulletin.
[more about Hetty | Hetty on Women in Leadership]
Liz Rivers specialises in coaching women leaders. A former City lawyer, and a highly experienced commercial mediator, she knows about the challenges of being a woman in a man’s world. She combines over 25 years business experience with a profound understanding of psychology and human behaviour, drawn from her immersion in psychotherapy, mindfulness, Leadership Embodiment and eco-psychology. Liz is active in the global Earth Law movement.
Where and when
The programme will take place at Matrix Chambers, Grays Inn, London WC1, on Monday-Tuesday 11-12 May 2015.
The cost is £650+VAT (limited concessions available)
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