This video is a recording of Kent Peterson’s understanding of three different personas or masks – power, love and serenety. Kent describes these, helps us explore these personas in ourselves, and discusses ways to get beyond these masks for a true expression of authenticity, self-acceptance and love for ourselves. This is that recording that we hope you gain some benefit from watching.
This year has been unprecedented. It’s been 1918, 1929, and 1968 all wrapped into one. The health, economic, and racial justice crises have taken a physical, emotional, and mental toll on all of us.
In this 2-hour interactive learning session, you will get strategies for building resilience in yourself and those around you. You’ll receive actionable tools to help you and those you lead:
• Increase well-being
• Sustain Energy
• Maintain mental focus
• Stay productive
This Session of the Community Leadership Development Program looks at how being vulnerable is a key part of leadership, and what steps can be taken to be more vulnerable as a leader.
In this video we look at some of the challenges of stepping into leadership. How is the leader called to understand and balance the often competing interests of organizational and personnel priorities. We also provide tools for you to use in your thinking about these issues.
Conflict exists on different levels and each level requires its own tools to resolve, manage and live with conflict. This video will add some tools to your toolbox!
All of us carry particular types of energy, and we can manage how that energy can influence our ability to lead effectively, and can affect others that we lead.
Since all of us have shadow, whenever you’re in a leadership position, whether you know it or not, some of your shadow material may express itself, in ways that you likely can’t detect. So how do you become more aware of the behaviors as a leader?
Whenever you’re in a leadership position, whether you know it or not, there’s going to be power coursing through you. During this video, we look at the relationship of leaders to masculine power.