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Thursday, March 26, 2020
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San Francisco

Taste of Conscious Leadership / San Francisco

A half day training to give leaders an introduction to conscious leadership. Attending with other people from your team or organization is a powerful way to kick-start a larger conversation around shaping the culture. You'll walk away understanding why conscious leadership really matters to you and your organization, and the costs of ignoring it.

The event will start at 1pm sharp, so please arrive between 12:30pm - 12:50pm to sign in. Event will be led by CLG Coach, Dave Kashen.

Cancellation before March 16, 2020 will receive a full price refund for this event. We are unable to offer refunds after March 16.

PRAISE FOR events

Working with Tim was a game-changer for me as a founder and leader. He gave me the perspective and tools to channel my time and energy into the most productive areas for my early-stage startup. I was able to move from feeling overwhelmed and under-resourced to feeling more in control and clear about my priorities and how to get the most out of myself and my team.
Maren Bannon
Founder and CEO of littlelane.com, San Francisco, CA
Tim brought the principles of conscious leadership to a diverse group of leaders from around the world. Inspiring and enthusiastic, he showed participants how to move from simply putting out daily HR fires to creating a culture where people learn to be more effective and help themselves without the drama. This presentation was practical and immediately applicable to our work here.
Ruth Grove
The World Bank Group Human Resources Manager, Washington, DC
I feel empowered with a toolkit to deal with issues more effectively.
San Francisco Taste Attendee
Event Details
What
Taste of Conscious Leadership
Where
Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, 3200 California Street, Gallanter Family Hall, San Francisco, CA 94118
WHEN
Thursday, March 26, 2020
1:00 PM to 5:30 PM (PT)
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