The Heart of Leadership for Women book and workshop
This event includes a signed copy of Lisa's book, shipping, and a workshop.
(If you live outside the U.S, shipping is significantly higher, please get in touch to work out details.)
If the desire to cultivate and hold a healing space for others is strong in you, a space endowed with transformative potential, you are a leader and you've come to the right place.
When she endorsed my book, former First Lady of Kentucky, Jane Beshear, captured the feminine directive:
"...we're all facilitators in our work, home lives, and even personal space."
I agree! In a variety of ways, women have always been called to create, hold, and transform things and ideas and gatherings. For most of us, it was the family matriarchs who held the center of life in balance. They did it all, including the gathering of people to eat, and craft, help, plan, and dream.
It's our natural constitution to gather people and to hold each other up.
AND I SAY THIS:
The gathering space is about so much more than physical location. It's the intention that supports the gathering that is the very nourishment---the growth hormone---which holds potential for those gathered.
As a leader who shows up to do what's needed, your knowledge, experience, and intention, can make what happens seem like magic. And the truth is that cultivating and holding a sacred space for yourself and others does usher in something special---there are indeed always greater forces at work for and with everyone who shows up with an open heart for the experience, whatever the theme.
Especially now as women, when we are asking ourselves important questions about what we want and need in terms of health and the things that sustain us for a life of meaning, balance, and peace, the time is now to listen for the answers. When we care for ourselves and claim confidence, we also shine a light for others to claim theirs.
As a leader in your home or professional world, who are you, what matters to you most, are you being called to grow your skills and natural talents, and, how do you want to hold space for others?
And as a leader, as a sacred space cultivator, you are not alone; we can all do this together. In fact, we need to now more than ever. Careful, mindful, leaders are stronger united. Plus, it's too much fun to pass up!
I'm looking forward to knowing you and the questions you have about stepping more deliberately into your own potential.
Please let me know you questions; I welcome emails.
A virtual hug from here,