Cultivating Leadership Presence - STOP - OBSERVE - ALIGN - ALLOW TM
At this session you will learn about a unique evidence-based coaching approach aimed at cultivating leadership Presence, or increasing one’s quality of Presence in relationship to self, others, and work. This unique coaching methodology blends principles and practices of Positive Psychology, Flow Theory, and Mindfulness, all proven to enhance health and performance. You will learn practices from the core 4-step process that cultivates increased clarity and awareness, which allows individuals and teams to shift habitual behavioral patterns that contribute to stress, burnout and ineffectiveness. These easy-to-adopt exercises will help you hone your ability to find stillness and clarity even in the midst of complicated situations and take your effectiveness to a new level as you begin to see things from a calm and expanded perspective. This program is designed to help leaders discover a way to cultivate their deepest potential and lead with excellence and wisdom, ultimately improving their well-being and organizational success.
About Elizabeth Topp
Elizabeth has been working in the corporate sector for 19 years in the capacity of cross-cultural trainer, executive coach, and business consultant. Elizabeth is the Co-Founder of MōD, Meaningful ORGANIZATIONAL Design, Inc., a boutique coaching and consulting firm offering services in strategic visioning, meaningful innovation strategy, mindfulness-based executive coaching and leadership, and cultural development programs. In 2005 she designed and researched the original Presence-Based Coaching executive coaching model. The 4-step process, STOP – OBSERVE – ALIGN – ALLOW, is used to guide individuals and teams to build more effective and sustainable leadership skills. Elizabeth has a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology as well as Master’s Degrees in Counseling Psychology and Holistic Human Development. She has additional credentials in clinical psychology, transformational coaching, creative expressive arts, and various mind / body therapeutic modalities.
About the Special Interest Group
For additional information or questions kindly contact Rachel Karu at firstname.lastname@example.org (310) 441-1104
There is street parking available
Please bring in books you wish to donate. Each month we rotate who will bring breakfast. Whoever brings breakfasts gets to choose one of the donated books as a "thank you."