This two-day experiential workshop explores Embodied Leadership, a radically different way of learning to lead. Particularly significant for women leaders, this body/mind approach enables women to experience the body as a source of intelligence and power in ways that directly impact their ability to act with agency, develop a consistent voice, take a stand for self and others, engage conflict and negotiation with compassion and dignity and build the resilience to deal with ambiguity, complexity, and power dynamics individually and within academic, profit and non-profit organizations.

Where most leadership study is based in case work and leadership best practices, embodied leadership accesses our interconnected system of thoughts, emotions, and neuromuscular physiology, naturally developing a powerful leadership presence, building effective interpersonal communications, and the ability to match leadership styles to leadership challenges, whether as an administrator or in the classroom.