Conscious Leadership, Part II: Cultivating the Four Competencies of Conscious Leaders
Wednesday, November 6th
What is conscious leadership? One definition holds that “conscious leadership is a purpose-driven practice adopted by business leaders who recognize and cultivate the interdependence of all parties for success: team members, stakeholders, clients, patrons, and mentors. Conscious leaders cultivate deep awareness and authenticity, and offer an inspirational vision for our shared futures.”
In this hands-on workshop, you will be introduced to a framework for assessing your competence and capacities as a conscious leader, as well as practices that you can take on to intentionally develop these competencies and thus cultivate conscious leadership. The four competencies we’ll examine (Awareness, Connection, Insight, and Purpose) are based on the work of Richard Davidson, PhD, professor of psychiatry and psychology at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, best know for his decades’ long research on the neural bases of emotion and emotional style as well as methods to promote human flourishing.
About the speaker
Gina Tesser Phelan, ACC
Executive Coach and Leadership Consultant
Tipping Structural Engineers
For almost twenty years, Gina has been studying what makes leaders effective and how teams and organizations thrive. Today, she works to develop conscious, embodied, and self-generative leaders who view the world with expansiveness and generosity and who inspire those around them to work and create for the betterment of all.
Gina serves as an internal consultant, helping to guide Tipping Structural Engineers’ strategic direction in the areas of organizational, leadership, and employee development, as well as branding, marketing, and business development. She is an Integral Coach® specializing in leadership development. In addition, she has studied and trained since 1995 with some of the world’s leading experts in mindfulness meditation, and leverages the principles and practices of mindfulness in her work on leadership development. Gina is currently engaged in a two-year Zen chaplaincy program with a focus on systems chaplaincy. Her previous organizational experience includes management and design positions at Cahners Publishing and the McGraw-Hill Companies’ School Division, as well directing and managing the publishing arm of a nonprofit organization.
Gina holds a B.A. in Communications from Fordham University in New York City and a Professional Coaching Certification (PCC) from San Francisco's New Ventures West; she is an Associated Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coaching Federation. Lastly, she is an Integrative Enneagram Accredited Practitioner and is a trained facilitator in Inner Relationship Focusing, based on the work of psychologist Eugene Gendlin.
Date: Wednesday, November 6, 2019 // 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Venue: Degenkolb Engineers: 375 Beale Street, Suite 500, San Francisco, CA 94105
Cost: Member: $40 // Non-Member: $50