How to Be a Conscious Leader
Beyond Awesome Member Price: Free
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January 27 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Via Zoom link provided United States
Sharon Podobnik Peterson, Founder of The Center for Conscious Leadership
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Date: Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Time: 5pm – 6:30 pm PT/7pm – 8:30pmCT/ 8pm – 9:30pmET
Lead in the present and become your best, most conscious self! Leadership requires us to be increasingly self-aware and world-aware; to consider the individual alongside the social structures impacting the individual. With the constant swirl of news, competing priorities, multitasking, and never-ending to-do lists, it is hard to lead (and live) in the moment. Enter “conscious leadership.” Conscious leadership is the result of living fully awake, present to ourselves and a part of the world around us.
Join us to explore strategies that lead to increased health and happiness, stronger relationships, more equitable teams, and a more peaceful and just society.
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Sharon Podobnik Peterson, founder of the The Center for Conscious Leadership, supports exceptional leaders in visioning and realizing a future that others cannot yet see. As an educator, serial entrepreneur, and coach, Sharon is a master at evoking possibility in people, ideas, and organizations, and catalyzing ideas into action. She believes that lasting transformation requires deep reflection, calm power, courageous action, and a willingness to experiment with tiny shifts in being that create dramatic results in our outer world. Sharon works with clients to bring to light their most powerful and authentic leadership identities, and cultivate an embodied, effortless leadership presence that increases confidence, clarity, and the ability to be joyfully and intentionally disruptive. She most enjoys working with highly accomplished individuals and teams who are moved to combat systemic inequality and envision a more just, peaceful, and equitable world. Sharon is a graduate of the Georgetown School of Continuing Studies Leadership Coaching Certificate program and holds ICF ACC credentials.