retreat for leaders, managers and entrepreneurs
- April 2020, Slovenia
Gain embodied skills to be effective under pressure, lead in the midst of instability, ambiguity and complexity. Boost emotional intelligence and self awareness, get tools to better connect with your team.
EASTERN PRINCIPLES MEET WESTERN PSYCHOLOGY
The concept of embodied leadership is derived from somatic coaching, a unique approach that brings the body forward to create a place for structure, order and stability.
It combines action, breathing, feeling and meaning and is based on the idea that the mind and body are inextricably linked. Body-mind connection is a catalyst of continuous and profound personal development.
OUR PROGRAM IS BASED ON 3 PRACTICES: MINDFULNESS, AIKIDO AND CONTACT IMPROVISATION.
It is designed for leaders who wish to access a deeper dimension to their leadership.
This retreat will make you more aware of your internal source of energy, show you ways to manage it, energize yourself and motivate others. The training will also give you a powerful set of practical tools to apply in your daily life and the life of a leader.
Aikido, a discipline for modern day heroes, will let you reshape your posture, allow new ways of acting and relating to others with increased balance, grace, and effectiveness in stressful situations.
Reach the inner source of your creativity to find out of the box solutions for dealing with complex sets of circumstances.
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:
- understand and recognize your own reactive stress patterns
- shift into a more centered state under stress or pressure
- radiate inspiration in challenging surrounding
- recover your centre while dealing with resistance and opposition
- deal with difficult people and unexpected situations from the jitters into a dance
BY THE END OF THE PROGRAM YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
Find new energy and balance
Deepen self-awareness and boost your EQ
Resolve conflicts with less words
Connect to the core of leadership
Better motivate and lead yourself and others
No prerequisites required.