Impact With Integrity


How to repair the world without breaking yourself even if you feel overworked, overwhelmed, exhausted, and afraid right now. If you are engaged in work to make the world a better place, but yearning to be more effective and also to make sure there’s room for you in your own life, too, then you’ve found the right place.



By the end of this program, you will…

>> Address and resolve your biggest challenges as a leader. Whether it is micromanagement, scarcity (not enough time and/or money), difficulty making decisions, or a toxic work culture, you will gain the tools, skills, and mindset shifts that you can use to transform these dynamics.

>> Bring your whole and best self to your work every single day. Do you feel like you have to put on a costume each day you go to work, covering over your true self so you can fit into the demands of your work environment? If yes, we will help you reconnect with your most authentic self and find ways express that, so you can leave the work costume in the closet where it belongs.

>> Maximize your influence, regardless of how much or how little formal authority you may have. We all know you don’t have to be the boss to be a leader. This course will help you make decisions about what you want to change and take steps to do so in a way that is consistent with your values. You will tap into your inherent personal power, no matter your official title.

>> Free up your creativity so you can have a greater impact on the issues that matter to you. When our brains are in survival mode, they can only do one thing: help us survive. And that’s great when survival is at stake. Unfortunately, our brains can be a bit over-vigilant, and the result is we lose access to our creativity and to our ability to form authentic relationships. This course will help you make the shift from surviving to thriving, one choice at a time.

>> Master the inner work of social change. Your effectiveness as a leader of social change “out there” cannot be done without the work “in here.” Let’s do that work together.