Events

7 December 2017

The Art of Saying No: Save the Deal, Save the Relationship, and Still Say No, with William Ury

Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School

Cambridge, MA

The Art of Saying No will show you how to say “no” while preserving important business relationships and will teach you how to: Protect your own interests; Reduce stress and anxiety; Defuse attacks, manipulation, and guilt tactics; Build healthier relationships to produce win-win outcomes. Author of Getting Past No: Negotiating with Difficult People and The Power of a Positive No, William Ury has literally written the book on how to say “no” while advancing your core interests. With this one-day seminar, you’ll learn how to turn destructive conflict into constructive engagement when you harness the power of the “positive no.”

Ongoing

Praxis You

Daniel Goleman (More Than Sound) and visiting instructors

Online

This year, More Than Sound will launch the beta version of Praxis You, an online learning platform for personal and professional development. You’ll have the unique chance to connect with a bevy of experts in leadership, emotional intelligence, and mindfulness through well-rounded, practical, and engaging courses. How it Works: Our one-of-a-kind learning sessions are designed to help you harness the knowledge necessary to achieve your full potential. The content includes the latest research, real-life experiences, relevant guidance, and proven-effective tools.

Instructors include: Daniel Goleman, Joseph Grenny, Elad Levinson, Mirabai Bush, and many others.

 

ongoing

Uncovering Happiness Symposium with Elisha Goldstein

Udemy, Elisha Goldstein

online

In the past 15 years cutting-edge innovations in neuroscience have led to one of the most powerful insights in human history…that within each and every one of us there are natural biological potentials for real happiness. In this course, you will learn how to harness your brain’s own natural anti-depressants and uncover your true potential for joy. Led by Elisha Goldstein, PhD

31 May - 2 June 2017

Immunity to Change Facilitator Workshop

Minds at Work

Cambridge, MA

The Immunity-to-Change™ approach is specifically designed to help individuals, work teams, and organizations make those personal and collective changes that are most important to them– but have proven resistant even to thoughtful plans and heartfelt intentions. This three day workshop is the first step in deepening your knowledge and experience with ITC. Here, you will learn how to facilitate workshops using the ITC method to create powerful individual ITC maps and uncover the hidden immune system that prevents change. Facilitated by Robert Kegan & Lisa Lahey.

11-14 July 2017

Making Change Happen

Dialogix

Newton, MA

Making Change Happen is a unique programme providing leaders, coaches and organisational development professionals with the tools to work at a much deeper level within groups and systems. Making Change Happen in Agile Teams is a version of the programme tailored specifically towards those working in the technology sector. It provides an opportunity to learn how to apply Dialogue and Structural Dynamics in agile environments.

16-18 July 2017

Shadow Work® Weekend Seminar

Shadow Wisdom, Facilitated by Mark Massoni and Karin Green

Perth, Australia

Shadow Work® is a personal growth process, based on Jungian philosophy, Gestalt, and psychodramatic techniques, which brings hidden powers out of the shadow and into the light. We all have the archetypal powers of Sovereign, Lover, Warrior, and Magician within us. We have learned to hide parts of ourselves that may have been hurt in the past so we don’t get hurt again. In Shadow Work®, we explore the inner landscape and discover the gifts available in our shadows. It is a way to become more and more who we really are, and to learn how to live more fully. Shadow Work® is especially devoted to providing a setting that allows us to explore and evolve safely, with choice and without pressure. See www.shadowwork.com for further details and examples of Shadow Work®

23-25 November 2017

Coaching for Complexity

Growth Edge Coaching

Wellington, New Zealand

More and more we notice and hear that people are finding their worlds more and more complex to thrive in, and that ultimately survival will rely on being able to accept and function in ambiguous and ever changing Complexity. Coaching for Complexity is a new offering and like the topic itself the workshop will be an experiential and emergent experience. We will bring our own thinking and research to the table and we will be wide open to be influenced by the group who gathers and by what we are learning together.

25-28 April 2017

Making Change Happen

Dialogix

Santa Monica, California

Making Change Happen is a unique programme providing leaders, coaches and organisational development professionals with the tools to work at a much deeper level within groups and systems. Making Change Happen in Agile Teams is a version of the programme tailored specifically towards those working in the technology sector. It provides an opportunity to learn how to apply Dialogue and Structural Dynamics in agile environments.

10-15 September 2017

Changing Behaviour in High Stakes

Dialogix

Wiltshire, UK

An intermediate level course in using Structural Dynamics to fully understand and manage high stakes behaviour in individuals and teams. By deconstructing the structures that sit behind our reactions and reaching into the past to explore story and identity, it becomes possible to understand and change the disruptive patterns of behaviour that can erupt in individuals and teams without warning. Using David Kantor’s theory of Structural Dynamics we explore the powerful, but invisible forces which drive our face to face interaction when the stakes are high.

2-7 August 2017

Leadership In Action Two

Strozzi Institute

Petaluma, CA

You’ll build on the core somatic practices you learned from Leadership in Action One, including notably, how to use conflict as a generative experience that creates trusting and authentic relationships. You won’t just “learn” to be a better leader: you leave with actionable skills that will help you show up in the world as the leader you want to be.

 

 

7-12 May 2017

School Of Embodied Leadership (Men’s)

Strozzi Institute

Petaluma, CA

The School of Embodied Leadership is leadership in a living laboratory. It is not an academic exercise, but a rigorous training in mind, body and spirit. In this intensive training, you will be developing yourself as a leader, by learning to value, motivate and bring out the best in both yourself and the people with whom you work. This program will not only increase your self-confidence; you will find yourself experiencing greater endurance, strength, flexibility and agility. It will focus all your talents into purposeful action and you will create the capacity to produce valuable results.

2-7 October 2017

School Of Embodied Leadership (Women’s)

Strozzi Institute

Petaluma, CA

The School of Embodied Leadership is leadership in a living laboratory. It is not an academic exercise, but a rigorous training in mind, body and spirit. In this intensive training, you will be developing yourself as a leader, by learning to value, motivate and bring out the best in both yourself and the people with whom you work. This program will not only increase your self-confidence; you will find yourself experiencing greater endurance, strength, flexibility and agility. It will focus all your talents into purposeful action and you will create the capacity to produce valuable results.

19-23 June 2017

Movement and Stillness – A Silent Meditation Retreat

Strozzi Institute

Petaluma, CA

Taught by Strozzi Institute founder, Richard Strozzi-Heckler, this is a 6-day retreat offered at the Dojo in Petaluma, CA. This silent retreat combines sitting and walking meditation with somatic practice. New and seasoned meditation practitioners are welcome.

20-22 June 2017

Leading & Learning for Sustainability

Society for Organizational Learning

Ashland, MA

Learn how to successfully lead lasting systemic change in your organization. This program focuses on joint capacity building through collaboration and partnership throughout your organization, your supply chain and your community. Join Peter Senge and Darcy Winslow for this 3-day, intensive hands-on leadership workshop.

15-18 August 2017

Executive Champions’ Workshop

Society for Organizational Learning

Stowe, Vermont

The Executive Champions’ Workshop is a special setting for nurturing new thinking and relationships among executive leaders in today’s rapidly changing economic and social landscape. Through a series of strategic dialogues on issues of most concern to participants, the program taps into the wisdom that resides, often below the surface, in our collective experience. Offered by invitation for executives who are champions of change, the ECW is a unique opportunity to reflect, refocus, and recharge, preciously rare activities in today’s frenetic business world. Facilitated by Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer, and Arawana Hayashi. 

26-31 March 2017

The Art of Transformational Consulting

Social Transformation Project

Oakland, California

The week-long intensive master class (led by the exceptional Robert Gass) is a unique professional development opportunity for consultants serving the progressive movement. It provides participants a solid grounding and experience in the theory and practice of transformational consulting, and is a chance to meet and learn from peers, workshop real case studies, and receive invaluable feedback on your work.

7-9 April 2017

The Natural Singer: Find Your True Voice

Kripalu

Stockbridge, MA

Come celebrate the magnificent healing power of your voice. Claude Stein has a remarkable ability to channel the beautiful music and messages that lay within each of us. Receive personally tailored exercises and learn to sing out fearlessly in a program that provides a 100 percent positive environment to practice and sing your heart open.

8-10 December 2017

Trauma Intensive

Relational Life Institute, Belinda Berman-Real

Cambridge, MA

The Trauma Intensive is a closely led small group, limited to five men and women, that provides the opportunity to explore issues from one’s childhood – less than nurturing experiences that set up the particular difficulties one experiences as an adult. These difficulties may be as troubling as addiction, depression, anxiety, or more simply, they may be problems in sustaining the loving relationship you deserve with yourself and with others. Taught exclusively by Belinda Berman-Real.

Ongoing

Embodied Living Podcasts

Deirdre Fay

Online

Embodied Podcasts are designed to give you an experience of living inside your skin. For many people in our day and edge that’s a foreign concept. When there’s been trauma and attachment wounding it is even more complicated.  Led by Deirdre Fay, a former supervisor at The Trauma Center; former trainer for Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute trainer; certified Internal Family Systems; and qualified trainer in Mindful Self-Compassion, she is the originator of the Becoming Safely Embodied skills used throughout the world.

4-9 June 2017

The 2017 Next Practice Institute Summer Gathering

Mobius Executive Leadership

Ashland, MA

The Next Practice Institute (NPI) of Mobius Executive Leadership sponsors transformational training programs for our practitioners, partners, and clients. These programs operate at the nexus of “best practice” in such areas as organizational development, culture change, and adaptive leadership, and “next practice” in neuroscience, somatics, energy work, music, yoga, and other expressive/devotional arts. Together we are creating a global community of practice devoted to the craft of transforming people into stronger leaders and building a better world for everyone. Each summer we conduct a week-long professional development immersion outside of Boston. The Summer Gathering brings together practitioners (including coaches, mediators, interventionists, and facilitators), business leaders, human resources and organizational development professionals, strategy and search consultants. We come together for renewal, learning, inspiration, and practice.

Multiple Dates

Search Inside Yourself 2017 Public Programs (North America)

Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute

Multiple Locations

SIY training is both a personal and professional development experience focused on building healthy mental habits for sustained high performance and wellbeing. Developed at Google and based on the latest in neuroscience research, the Search Inside Yourself (SIY) program teaches attention and mindfulness training that build the core emotional intelligence skills needed for effective leadership.

Curriculum:
The SIY curriculum includes:
• Neuroscience
• Mindfulness
• Emotional Intelligence
• Leadership

Kansas CityMay 11-12, 2017
Washington, DCJune 8-9, 2017
San FranciscoSpring 2017
PortlandMay 2017
DetroitAugust 2017
Fort Mill, South CarolinaFall 2017

15-16 June 2017

Team Coaching Toolbox Gathering

Corentus & Associates

Washington, DC

This event provides a rare opportunity to engage with powerful interventions that transform team functioning in a world that is increasingly complex, connected, and networked. Please consider joining this vibrant and growing community dedicated to making a positive difference for teams, organizations, and individual human beings worldwide. You’ll leave with answers to your pressing questions about teaming, new resources you can put to use in your own work, and stronger connections to the wider world of team coaching and team development.

1-4 May 2017

Spring Presence-Based® Coaching II

Presence-Based® Coaching

Marshall, North Carolina

The second part of the Presence-Based® Coaching Course emphasizes presence as an outcome of coaching for clients. We continue to strengthen our own ground as coaches, as we also couple our way of being with new coaching moves that evoke new awareness and capacity in the client. The result is greater resilience, efficacy, choice, aliveness, and leadership presence.

28-30 June 2017

Harvard Negotiation Master Class: Advanced Strategies for Experienced Negotiators

Harvard Law School - Program on Negotiation

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Widely recognized as the preeminent leader in the field of negotiation, negotiation research, and dispute resolution, the Program on Negotiation (PON) is an interdisciplinary multi-university consortium based at Harvard Law School. Since its founding in 1983, PON has established itself as one of the world’s outstanding executive education negotiation training institutions. If you are selected to participate in this  particular course, you’ll take part in small learning groups and dynamic exercises with two-way feedback. You’ll work closely with faculty members to develop a strategy that addresses your personal negotiation challenges, and take part in intensive simulations.

April 18-20 | May 15-17 | June 19-21

Negotiation and Leadership: Dealing With Difficult People and Problems

Harvard Law School - Program on Negotiation

Cambridge, MA

Negotiation and Leadership distills cutting-edge research and real-world examples into three days of targeted executive education negotiation training. At Negotiation and Leadership, you will test your beliefs and assumptions, overcome emotional and rational biases, examine complex negotiation scenarios, and discover a range of competitive and cooperative, integrative negotiation strategies. In sessions taught by our expert faculty, you’ll broaden your understanding of negotiation concepts, acquire proven negotiating techniques, and have the opportunity to put your learning into practice. If you’re ready to become a more skilled negotiator and a more effective leader, register for Negotiation and Leadership today.

13-18 August 2017

The Art of Leadership

Social Transformation Project

Cortes Island

Are you committed to making a difference in the world? In social change, socially responsible business, education, politics, or the arts? Learn to empower and engage others in effective action to broaden the impact of your work together. Come participate in an intensive process of discovering how who you are impacts the results you create.

This internationally acclaimed program includes training in:
• visionary leadership
• personal mastery (managing your own state of being)
• courageous conversations
• building effective partnerships and high-performing teams
• personal ecology (self-care)

Thousands of non-profit and for-profit leaders have benefited from this unique integration of profound and practical leadership training blending deep inner transformation with immediate, useful application to everyday work priorities.

29-30 April 2017

Respectful Confrontation

Joe Weston - Respectful Confrontation

Silver Spring, MD

This workshop will shift and reframe your views on confrontation, assertiveness, and true power leading to greater self-confidence and peaceful interactions with others. The combination of theory, dynamic exercises, martial arts principles and applicable life tools result in a noticeable shift in behavior, deeper insight into yourself, and an ease with tackling challenging situations with integrity and understanding. Benefits include: Personal freedom and skill with empowered collaborative engagement; more influence at work; deepening of relationships; success in achieving life goals; keen self-expression; inner peace.

8 April 2017

Shadow Work® One-Day

Shadow Work®

Boulder, Colorado

You will explore shadow & light through group exercises, visualizations, and some participants will have an opportunity to do a piece of “center work.” Past participants have reported: • Greater clarity • Increased personal power • Sense of connection • Spiritual understanding • Breakthroughs with blocks • Shifting old patterns

11-13 April 2017

Foundations for Leadership

Society for Organizational Learning

Ashland, MA

Based on Peter Senge’s book The Fifth Discipline, this program goes deeply into the domains of personal mastery, collaborative inquiry, and the systems perspective as key competencies for sustaining profound change. Through the interplay of personal and interpersonal work, participants recognize that leadership concerns the capacity of a human community to shape its future and to bring forth realities aligned with people’s deepest aspirations. 

21 April 2017

Half A Shade Braver: Leadership In A Time of Magnified Uncertainty

Many Rivers Company - Led by Gayle Young & David Whyte

San Francisco, California

We always work with uncertainty no matter the times in which we live, but in these days, we are living through a time of super-uncertainty, magnified by the feverish political climate and the rise of extreme stances and views taken by colleagues, customers and governments alike.

This will be a brief but intensive morning looking at foundational ways of shaping a deeper, more imaginative and more conversational leadership identity, able to live and hold a leadership conversation at the calm center of even the most difficult patterns, rather than being subject to their stormy and often distracting peripheries.

A centered, foundational, imaginative identity does not take sides, it is always creating products, services and forward-looking conversations that neither side is offering. Join Poet and Philosopher David Whyte and leadership and organizational development consultant and former Chief Talent and Culture Officer of the Wikimedia Foundation Gayle Karen Young for a few hours of intensive immersion in this timeless identity, both to face the challenges that confront us in this time and more importantly, to shape an identity that can find a way through them.

This event is limited to 50 participants.

14-16 June 2017

Masterful Conversations

New Ventures West

San Francisco, California

By understanding and engaging with the elements of successful conversations—relational, linguistic, somatic, cultural, and philosophical—you will immediately elevate your productivity by developing more precision and skill in all your interactions. This new three-day workshop with NVW founder James Flaherty offers a powerful methodology for truly effective discourse in both your work and personal life.

21-22 April 2017

Flocks, Families, and Organizations: Emerging Applications from Bowen Theory and Science 2017 Spring Conference

The Bowen Center for the Study of the Family/Georgetown Family Center

Rockville, Maryland

The 2017 Spring Conference is an exchange of ideas that has the potential to shift the way one thinks about relationships at work: group behavior, leadership, and decision making. It features Bowen family systems theory and the research of our guest lecturer, Dr. Iain Couzin. This learning exchange will expand the view of the continuous dance between individual and group interaction, the impact of anxiety on the group and the difference one person can make in a complex system. Applications of this theoretical perspective include the capacity to increase organizational and leadership effectiveness for consulting firms, profit and nonprofit organizations, family enterprises, and faith communities. This conference is a unique opportunity to think deeply about your work. It will not provide quick fixes but rather new ways to think about persistent challenges. It promises to engage your thinking by encouraging you to integrate what you know with new concepts from scientific research. Please join us to think about the social organization of work.

Ongoing

Break Through to Yes with Collaboration Podcast By David B. Savage

David Savage

Today, our world, our nations, our communities, our families, our organizations and our planet are faced with increasingly complex challenges that present massive potential risks. We are also at a time in human history where we are more educated and connected, and have resources available like never before to access for our advantage. Seize this opportunity to join a movement of progressive, principled and successful leaders. Working together is a key strategic advantage for those leaders and organizations that build a culture of collaboration. In this program and in the book, Savage brings expertise for collaborative leaders. Now is our time to lead more powerfully, consciously and collaboratively in ways that make our world a better place today and in the future. Leaders in companies will make this essential shift now. Engage with David B. Savage on Break Through To Yes with Collaboration on Voice America Business! Listen Every Thursday at 3 pm Pacific Time.

Ongoing

The Psychology Podcast with Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman

The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast with Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman  gives you insights into the mind, brain, behavior and creativity. Each episode features a guest who will stimulate your mind, and give you a greater understanding of your self, others, and the world we live in. Former guests of the show include Dr. Daniel Siegel, Brené Brown and Charles Duhigg.

Ongoing

McKinsey Podcast

McKinsey & Company

The McKinsey Podcast takes you inside the global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.

29-30 June 2017

Step 2: Cultivating Sustainable Abundance

Seven Stones Leadership Group

Ashland, MA

If you: Want to debunk the endemic myths of scarcity and fear that pervade; Insist that your work contribute to the greater good of your enterprise as well as our human community, Have an appetite to create something great, and know it requires going beyond what you already know, Are committed to a world where everyone matters and know we must re-invent our organizations and communities. Come Join Us. If you register for Step 2, Step 1 will be our gift to you.

26-27 October 2017

Step 2: Cultivating Sustainable Abundance

Seven Stones Leadership Group

Ashland, MA

If you: Want to debunk the endemic myths of scarcity and fear that pervade; Insist that your work contribute to the greater good of your enterprise as well as our human community, Have an appetite to create something great, and know it requires going beyond what you already know, Are committed to a world where everyone matters and know we must re-invent our organizations and communities. Come Join Us. If you register for Step 2, Step 1 will be our gift to you.

22-26 May 2017

MWI Forty-Hour Mediation Training

MWI

Boston, MA

Prepares professionals to become effective mediators and fulfills the training requirement outlined in the MA Confidentiality Statute and in Rule 8 of the MA SJC’s ADR Uniform Rules. LICSW, LMHC, and HR CEUs available.

11-15 September 2017

MWI Forty-Hour Mediation Training

MWI

Boston, MA

Prepares professionals to become effective mediators and fulfills the training requirement outlined in the MA Confidentiality Statute and in Rule 8 of the MA SJC’s ADR Uniform Rules. LICSW, LMHC, and HR CEUs available.

July 2017

MWI’S Forty-Hour Weekend Mediation Training

MWI

Boston, MA

MWI’s Forty-Hour Weekend Mediation Training is designed to prepare managers, executives, lawyers and other professionals how to become a mediator and to effectively facilitate the mediation process. This comprehensive seven-session skill-building program held on weekends and weeknights utilizes lectures, demonstrations, interactive exercises, supervised role-plays, and group discussions to prepare participants to lead the mediation process. MWI’s mediation trainings meet the training requirement outlined in the Massachusetts Confidentiality Statute (MGL ch233 sec 23C) and Rule 8(c)(i) of the MA Supreme Judicial Court’s Uniform Rules on Dispute Resolution.

Multiple Dates

Nine Month Group Coaching Program

Seven Stones Leadership & Den Besten Group

Concord, MA

Over a nine-month period, you will: Receive a custom coaching plan tailored to you that allows for personal commitments and learning goals; Experience at least two one-on-one coaching sessions to define individual coaching goals and to create a custom coaching plan; Engage in a minimum of eight in-person group coaching sessions approximately every four weeks; Team up with a learning partner/committed listener for conversations and work in between the meetings. In, addition to the above, there will be three conference calls where you will all convene for extended learning

Program Schedule Session one: May 18th, 10-12pm Session two: June 22nd, 10-12pm Session three: July 13th, 10-12pm Session four: August 3rd Session five: September 7th Session six: October 5th Session seven: November 2nd Session eight: November 30th Session nine: December 14th Session ten: January 25th Note: Enrollment closes May 1, 2017

15-17 May 2017

Conducting and Analyzing the Subject Object Interview (SOI)

Minds At Work

Cambridge, MA

This interactive 3-day workshop is designed to train practitioners and researchers in how to conduct and analyze the Subject-Object Interview (SOI). The SOI is an interview tool designed specifically to generate data about how a person is making meaning according to Robert Kegan’s constructive-developmental theory as described in The Evolving Self (Harvard University Press, 1983) and In Over Our Heads (Harvard University Press, 1994). The interview is used widely by leadership coaches and program directors, HR professionals, and researchers whose primary focus is adult learning and development. Successful completion of the course will allow you to use the interview tool to fit your professional or research purposes, and there is an added benefit to participants as they join a community of professionals who share a common goal in supporting adults.

20-22 September 2017

Immunity To Change Facilitator Workshop

Minds At Work

Cambridge, MA

The Immunity-to-Change™ approach is specifically designed to help individuals, work teams, and organizations make those personal and collective changes that are most important to them– but have proven resistant even to thoughtful plans and heartfelt intentions. This three day workshop is the first step in deepening your knowledge and experience with ITC. Here, you will learn how to facilitate workshops using the ITC method to create powerful individual ITC maps and uncover the hidden immune system that prevents change. Facilitated by Robert Kegan & Lisa Lahey.

8-10 November 2017

Immunity To Change Facilitator Workshop

Minds At Work

Cambridge, MA

The Immunity-to-Change™ approach is specifically designed to help individuals, work teams, and organizations make those personal and collective changes that are most important to them– but have proven resistant even to thoughtful plans and heartfelt intentions. This three day workshop is the first step in deepening your knowledge and experience with ITC. Here, you will learn how to facilitate workshops using the ITC method to create powerful individual ITC maps and uncover the hidden immune system that prevents change.

13-15 October 2017

Trauma Intensive

Relational Life Institute

Cambridge, MA

The Trauma Intensive is a closely led small group, limited to five men and women, that provides the opportunity to explore issues from one’s childhood – less than nurturing experiences that set up the particular difficulties one experiences as an adult. These difficulties may be as troubling as addiction, depression, anxiety, or more simply, they may be problems in sustaining the loving relationship you deserve with yourself and with others.

9-10 September 2017

Relationship Bootcamp

Relational Life Institute

New York, NY

Experience first hand why Terry Real is making waves for delivering a no-nonsense, practical and transformative relationship skill-building experience. In this 2 day workshop Terry uses a combination of lecture, role-play, small group exercises and personal work to help participants learn to attain the relationships they want in their lives. Several thousand people have experienced some version of Terry’s “Relationship Boot Camp” and most would agree that the workshop’s lessons of living relationally are extraordinarily effective and results are quickly evident. This workshop is ideal for both individuals and couples.

6-7 April 2017

Women’s Leadership Workshop: Breaking Your Own Glass Ceiling

Vision Quest Consulting

Ashland, MA

In this workshop, our focus will be on helping you discover the internal barriers, beliefs and habits that limit your success, contribution, and impact. You will have the opportunity to identify your own personal glass ceiling and walk away with concrete steps and practices to break through once and for all. You will identify and create a strategy that you can implement immediately to be more effective, engaging and impactful in your role.

1 June 2017

Women’s Leadership: 11th Annual Women’s Leadership Retreat

Vision Quest Consulting

Ashland, MA

The 11th annual Women’s Leadership Retreat is a highly experiential coaching-like program for professional women who have ambitious goals and who want to create powerful futures as leaders and make bold moves towards it. Women expand their vision, contribution and impact through this day of learning, renewal and relationships. They discover fresh ways to develop their sense of self, power, confidence, and capabilities as they create the next phase of their leadership. This transformational women’s leadership retreat offers a once a year opportunity to develop personal mastery and deeply replenish and grow yourself in the warmth of summer and the magnificence of the beauty of nature. Through personal reflection, conversations, journaling and exploring what matters most, we delve into our most inner beliefs and roadblocks we face in our leadership roles. Guided by expert leadership facilitation, we will examine our relationship with women’s leadership essentials-our values, voice, vision, and the next stop on our leadership journey-in an intimate setting with other like minded women. Imagine creating a vision for yourself that deeply inspires you and designing an action plan that lays out a clear path to accomplishing it.

1-2 June 2016

Women’s Leadership: Shero Summer Intensive

Vision Quest Consulting

Ashland, MA

For a day and a half, together we will, take a deep dive into ourselves, our capabilities, and create space to expand, empower, embrace and wo-manifest the next phase of our bold journey. Together in this intimate circle of women, and facilitated by Wendy Capland and Kelly Sullivan Walden, you will breakthrough into what is waiting to be birthed next. Through the exploration of spirit, soul, and heart-centered work united together with practical application for your work and your life; we promise you a rich experience of accessing and unleashing your inner Shero…anew. This Shero program will be the perfect place for you to be if you want to deeply expand more of what you are capable of, by lessening the habitual and conditioned ways of being that keeps us from professionally (and personally) thriving fully…the Shero inside you that longs to be unleashed in all her glory!

Multiple Dates

The Inspired Leader: Leading through Values and Purpose™

Corporate Evolution

Multiple Locations Worldwide

The Inspired Leader Journey™  facilitator development program has been developed over a five-year period in collaboration with one of the largest management consultancies and their global clients. It is formally endorsed by the Barrett Values Centre as recommended to its 5000 values practitioners around the world.

North America:

  • Forum 1: April 24-28, 2017
  • Forum 2: June 26-30, 2017
  • Forum 3: October 16-20, 2017

Europe:

  • Forum 1:  October 30-November 3, 2017
  • Forum 2:  December 10-15, 2017

6-7 April 2017

Negotiation Skills Workshop

MWI

Boston, MA

MWI’s Negotiation Skills Workshop concentrates on the theory and practice of joint problem-solving and negotiation. Based on principles developed at the Harvard Negotiation Project and the bestseller “Getting To Yes”, this two-day interactive workshop is designed to build your capacity to negotiate collaboratively, producing better outcomes for all parties while enhancing long-term working relationships.

 

4 May 2017

From Onboarding to Integration: Accelerating the Transitions of Newly Hired Executives

Genesis Advisors

Online

Many businesses think they are doing a good job of executive onboarding when they actually aren’t. Nearly all large companies are competent at the administrative basics of signing up new hires. However, many do surprisingly little to help onboarding executives understand the business, integrate into the culture, and connect with key stakeholders. Companies vary vastly in how much effort they put into the integration of executive hires, with major consequences for time to performance, derailment rates, and talent retention. In this session, Dr. Michael Watkins will present the results of recent studies of executive onboarding, highlighting the broad range of practices used by global companies. He will explore what executives must do to become effective in their new roles and how companies can help them get up to speed more quickly. The “what” is a set of core transition tasks for new hires. The “how” is distinct levels of support that companies can provide. Together they provide the basis for a new assessment tool for evaluating the effectiveness of companies’ onboarding practices.

5-6 October 2017

Negotiation Skills Workshop

MWI

Boston, MA

MWI’s Negotiation Skills Workshop concentrates on the theory and practice of joint problem-solving and negotiation. Based on principles developed at the Harvard Negotiation Project and the bestseller “Getting To Yes”, this two-day interactive workshop is designed to build your capacity to negotiate collaboratively, producing better outcomes for all parties while enhancing long-term working relationships.