Cultivating authentic leadership in times of complexity and ambiguity
Leadership can be a genuine expression of who we are, and our desire to make a positive impact in the world. It can be expressed through our actions, words, thoughts and feelings â€“ a true manifestation of our being.
Through cultivating openness, awareness and courage, we can face the challenges of uncertainty and change, with both vision and practicality. By consciously embodying this authenticity, we can create a powerful and enriching space for real communication and collaborative action to take place.
When we take full responsibility for our own state of mind, heart and body, we face our fears and limitations. We can acknowledge that we are just human beings â€“ full of potential, creativity, sanity and, sometimes, confusion. This gentle bravery can become the ground for moving forward as authentic leaders, for understanding and motivating the people we work with, and accomplishing our shared goals.
You are warmly invited to join us for this two-day journey of mindfulness, reflection, communication and humor. Our goal is to strengthen our capacity for knowing when and how to act, fully appreciating the opportunities and challenges that life presents to us. We will explore three key areas of authentic leadership: 1) cultivating personal sanity; 2) developing a heartfelt connection to family, friends and community; and 3) promoting authenticity and leadership in the workplace.
The workshop will especially focus on:
- Working with uncertainty, complexity and negativity
- Balancing fearlessness and confidence with vulnerability and openness
- Working with inner and outer conflicts
- Cultivating a genuine sense of humor â€“ going beyond cynicism and defensiveness
- The art of listening, reflection and decision-making Integrating mindfulness into the change management process
We recommend this program for those leaders who are ready to go beyond the comfortable limits of a â€˜ready madeâ€™ leadership training, who are willing to immerse themselves in an exploration of their own humanity, capacity and power to fulfill their potential as leaders.
Alan Sloan is a founding member of the ALIA community teaching mindfulness at the Instituteâ€™s summer programs, and co-facilitating the Master Class course. Alan has been an authorized mindfulness instructor within the Shambhala tradition since 1975, and has taught in Canada, the United States, England, France and New Zealand. He has an extensive experience in providing leadership coaching, organizational consultancy and facilitation services to organizations representing various sectors (governments, corporations and non-profits). In 2011, ALIA Institute released the DVD: Mindfulness and Authenticity â€“ Foundations for Leadership with Alan Sloan. For more about Alan, see his website at www.alansloanconsulting.ca
The workshop will be hosted and supported by: Gabriella Galambvári and Ágnes Jagicza of Jagall (www.jagall.com) and Ágota Ruzsa of SoL Insitute, associates at SoL Hungary (www.solhungary.hu).
Fees and schedules
For more detailed agenda of the two days, please click here: www.jagall.com
|Workshop schedule: 9.30 -17:00 Friday 21th February 20149:30 – 17:00 Saturday 22nd February 2014|
|Location: Hotels address, link to map|
|Language of the program:English|
|Fees and benefits:
15% early bird discount from corporate and individual rate if you register by 13th January, 2014!
Further benefits with the Society of Organizational Learning (SoL) Hungary community:
– 30% discount for SoL members in 2014!
Further benefits with ALIA community:
– ALIA kindly offers all participants on the tuition fee of the Courageous Leadership: Transforming Self, Systems & Society, 5-day Leadership Intensive in the Netherlands, March 2014, in the amount of your fee in this current workshop a discount.
For accommodation cost at the venue at a corporate rate please contact the booking person below.
|Bookings: Please register your interest with Gabriella Galambvári at email@example.com or +36 20 6690 499 by 31st January.|