Leadership Embodiment: Cultivating Presence, Confidence and Compassion
Each of us has patterns that arise when we are confronted with a challenging situation. Often our mind understands what is needed to create a more skillful interaction, yet we are not able to do what we so clearly understand. Under duress, the body always wins.
In this session with Wendy Palmer, she teaches us how our body (limbic) learns in a different way and at a different pace than our mind (neocortex). In order to be congruent, our body needs to learn in clear, simple, patterns that allow a shift from reactive survival actions to skillful, creative actions.
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Running Time 45 Minutes
Wendy Palmer is the founder of Leadership Embodiment, a process that uses principles from the non-violent Japanese martial art of Aikido and mindfulness to offer simple tools and practices to increase leadership capacity and respond to stress and pressure with greater confidence and integrity. Wendy holds a sixth-degree black belt in Aikido and has practiced mindfulness for over 40 years.
She has worked with executive teams and individuals for Twitter, Genentech, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, The Gap, NASA, Gates Foundation, Salesforce.com, McKinsey &Co, Oracle, Unilever, The BBC, Accenture, The George Washington University, Eileen Fisher and The Daimler Chrysler Group. She is also an author of three books, Leadership Embodiment, The Intuitive Body and The Practice of Freedom, and a supporting CD and DVD.
Her coaching organization, Embodiment International offers Coach Training to experienced coaches and facilitators who wish to learn to coach leaders in Leadership Presence.
For more information go to: leadershipembodiment.com