This highly practical, hands-on, in-depth course focuses on leaders learning how to use introspection to develop their leadership competencies throughout their career. It provides tools to address the most crucial aspects of leadership and teamwork. The newest discoveries in neuroscience are introduced to give participants tools that unlock authenticity, self-acceptance, creativity, and spontaneity—giving them the resilient skills required to lead in today's changing environment.
This program is designed to equip participants with the skills to transform groups and organizations into motivated, empowered productive teams. Participants explore how and why they behave in certain ways and how their behavior, feelings and self-concept affect personal and team relations, leadership, decision-making, conflict resolution and life transitions.
The class is based in experiential learning, which includes brief lectures, experiential activities, scientifically based self-assessment questionnaires, group feedback, small group processes, a FIRO Theory Profile, skills practice, and application in the areas of mindful conversations, teamwork, decision making, and leadership.