God's fingersMy North American partners and I, Ms. Gina Paigen and Mr. Jeff Hendler, are excited to reveal that we are offering two separate 3-hour advanced-release trainings (one in the morning, one in the afternoon) to small groups of leaders or managers in the private or public sector who would like to be innovators with us (pre-early adopters) on this leading edge organizational work.  We are offering this for organizations located in the Silicon Valley/Peninsula South Bay area.  We have created a stand-alone training module that has to do with cultivating intuition and resilience in ourselves and in our relationships at work.  We have the following stake and outcomes to offer you: Our stake: When we expand our capacity to be with discomfort and ambiguity, when we expect them as a necessary part of growth and when we recognize them as part of the human experience, we strengthen the flexibility, creativity, resilience and courage required to lead through increasingly uncertain times.  The outcomes are these–Participants will:

  • Increase awareness of their own signs of discomfort
  • Learn to lean in to “I don’t know”, as a door to possibility; and play with “All things are possible, we just haven’t discovered the path, yet.”
  • Gain agility to dance with the unexpected, and open to what is emergent
  • Tap into the resilience the comes with the strength of leaning into ambiguity, uncertainty and discomfort
  • Grow a new muscle for incorporating the resilience into your day-to-day life

We are offering an innovators price for these workshops. We want you to be satisfied with what you get when you push the edge of your professional development in this way AND we need your support after we succeed in doing so!  So please let us know that you are ready to up your game and look into the transformation that is possible when we cultivate our intuition and grow our resilience through leaning into the unknown.  It’s coming up soon so contact us now!

 For leaders, vulnerability often looks and feels like discomfort.  When you identify the discomfort, you’ve found the place where a leader is needed.  If you’re not uncomfortable in your work as a leader, it’s almost certain you’re not reaching your potential as a leader.

Seth Godin