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July 11, 18, 25, August 1, 2023
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Intro to Conscious Leadership with Kate Hutson + Jim Fallon / July 2023

This four-week course is designed to support you to learn the foundations of conscious leadership: how to live and lead from a state of trust versus threat. We’ll meet weekly on Zoom in an online classroom and teach and guide you through exercises to support you in creating a shift around challenging issues in your life.

You’ll learn...

  • What conscious leadership is
  • The difference between leading from trust vs. threat
  • How to identify your threat patterns
  • Tools to shift from threat to trust

Logistics

This event is for organizational leaders to explore the core concepts and models of conscious leadership. We introduce the basic tools we use to eliminate drama, build trust, and create conscious cultures. You will explore a professional relationship challenge and learn how you can permanently shift the pattern.

This event is highly experiential. You’ll engage in multiple exercises in pairs and triads with follow-up full group debriefs. Your vulnerability and authenticity will support a richer learning experience for all.

You’ll walk away with an understanding of:

  • What conscious leadership is
  • The difference between leading from trust vs. threat
  • How to identify your own threat patterns
  • Technologies for shifting from threat to trust.

Logistics

Four-Week Course

  • Tuesday, July 11, 2022, 9:00am - 10:30am PT
  • Tuesday, July 18, 2022, 9:00am - 10:30am PT
  • Tuesday, July 25, 2022, 9:00am - 10:30am PT
  • Tuesday, August 1, 2022, 9:00am - 10:30am PT
The sessions will be recorded and made available to participants.

What We Cover

Context versus Content. Paying attention to context is the key to a drama free life.

Leading from Trust Vs. Fear. This distinction is at the heart of all repeating drama patterns. Understanding this model immediately shifts the effectiveness of conversations and reduces stress.

The 4 Questions of Conscious Leadership. Four key questions designed to help you build self-awareness and become a more conscious leader. 

The 15 Commitments. This model outlines behaviors and beliefs that are the most significant limiting factors for a team. The primary focus is on the cornerstone commitments 1 and 2.

The Drama Triangle. The Triangle roles of Victim, Villain, and Hero describes the go-to positions that create and perpetuate drama and limit organizational growth and creativity.

Willingness to Shift. We cover the difference between wanting to shift and being willing to shift. We provide willingness questions to help teams discover if they’re actually willing to shift the issues they say they want to change.

Shift Technologies. We introduce simple tools that you can immediately put into action in the midst of challenging interactions to change the dynamic and outcome by shifting from threat to trust.

Your Teachers

Your Teacher

Jim Fallon
Jim Fallon bridges his coaching training and experience with over 25 years of executive (CEO/President) leadership. He’s led multiple companies, been involved in a wide range of industries, worked abroad, and provided strategy consulting to multiple Fortune 500 companies. He has been a member of YPO for 10 years where he’s moderated multiple forums.
Kate Hutson
Kate Hutson coaches leaders and teams to grow in awareness of personality and relationship patterns, resulting in decreased drama, streamlined productivity, and aligned vision. Known for her challenging and playful presence, she creates the conditions for her clients to experience radical transformation and arrive at actionable solutions.

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Refund Policy

7 days: Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before the event start date.


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Event Details
What
Virtual Course
Where
Zoom Training
WHEN
July 11, 18, 25, August 1, 2023
9:00-10:30 AM PT
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