Heart Centered TECH Leadership:

Power of Endurance Workshop and Open Forum

Heart Centered TECH is super excited to announce Susan Steinbrecher, author of Heart Centered Leadership will lead an exclusive custom heart centered leadership workshop to tap into the power of heart led endurance.

Susan Steinbrecher, Heart Centered TECH leader interview by Lisa Towles (HCT Leader SF Chapter)

HEART-CENTERED LEADERSHIP Workshop and Open Forum

Based on the Seven Principles and Virtues in the book, Heart-Centered Leadership: An Invitation to Lead from the Inside Out, these highly interactive workshops provide participants an opportunity to explore the true power of leadership, the power of people, and the importance of connecting to a heart-centered leadership style, and tapping into the power of heart-led endurance. Facilitators: Certified Heart-Centered Leader Susan Steinbrecher and Dr. Robert Schaefer.

  1. Who should attend

    Both workshops and think tanks are designed for leaders and managers at all experience levels who:

    • Want to maintain highly effective leadership—so you can achieve extraordinary things for yourself, your associates, and your organization.

    • Have been satisfied with your own personal results as a leader yet face fatigue and challenges of endurance.

    • Have a desire to lead in a way that supports continued values.

    • Want more than an introductory level of experience of the what, why and

      how of Heart-Centered Leadership.

    • Want a well thought out plan for evolving your journey of being a Heart-

      Centered Leader and the tools of endurance.

  2. This comprehensive workshop will:

    1. Explore what defines a good boss and a bad boss, and the impact of each.

    2. Review the research that indicates why being a Heart-Centered Leader is critical in today's business world if you are going to be successful.

    3. Discuss what defines the principles and virtues of a Heart-Centered Leader and how to put these principles and virtues into action in the face of ongoing challenges.

    4. Provide examples of how other leaders have applied or not applied the principles and virtues of a Heart-Centered Leader and the impact.

    5. Explore where you currently stand with regard to the principles and virtues of a Heart-Centered Leader and where and how you'll go from here to power up endurance levels.

    6. Share situations, insights, understandings, and ideas with other leaders.

    7. Allow you to recognize, at a deep level, that you have a choice regarding your legacy as a leader.

Description:
Encouraging emotional connections between managers and employees is the key to better performance and improved employee engagement. This is the essential message that Susan Steinbrecher and Dr. Joel Bennett deliver in the book Heart-Centered Leadership: Lead Well, Live Well.

In essence, heart-centered leadership is not a singular gold standard or an ultimate pinnacle that only a rare few can achieve. It lies in your ability to stop, go inward, and reflect on the course of action that you know is the right one rather than succumbing to external pressures and circumstances.

Leaders can move mountains when they understand that they share the same universal needs that their associates do. People want to be valued, listened to, appreciated, respected, involved and connected. They wish to have meaning in their lives. At the very least, people want their self-esteem to be maintained and, ideally, enhanced.

Anyone can be a heart-centered leader if he or she has the determination and daily commitment to practice certain core principles. The root or basis of these principles is fueled by “the power of the human element.” By acknowledging and honoring the human element, heart-centered leaders possess the wisdom and capacity to positively transform any organization and run extremely successful and profitable businesses.

Workshop Time: 1 day workshop is offered in a virtual setting through Zoom application. The one day workshop is broken down into four 2-hour modules. Starts Oct. 27, Nov 10 & 24 and Dec 8th. 4pm - 6pm PST. Each module is spread out two weeks apart allowing participants to learn concepts and then apply those concepts in between modules. Open Forum sessions are voluntary every other week (Nov. 3 & 17, Dec. 1) for participants to engage on their own accord and discuss any topic or address anything they want in a heart centered discussion. 

 

Each module Includes active and reflective learning exercises for each of the seven principles and virtues of heart-centered leadership, and personalized development plan goals to maintain endurance. 

Cost: $349.00 per participant