March 19, 2018
Leading From Your Soul
Sunday April 22
1:30 – 4:30 PM
Do you ever feel that you are living a life of “quiet desperation” because of the craziness of your worklife? Are you challenged trying to engage your employees or yourself? Have you lost your sense of purpose at work? Do you feel disconnected from who you really are? Are you struggling with holding on to your vision for yourself and your team? Isn’t it time to put your soul back in the driver’s seat?
Join facilitator Hollee Howden to explore what is really going at work and how to achieve those elusive goals of higher employee “engagement”, productivity and greater impact. This workshop will provide participants a chance to examine their leadership challenges and potential through a different lens – the lens of their soul.
This workshop is free of charge! Registration required. Please call 766-1720 to register.
At the end of the workshop, you will have:
- A new understanding of how the expectations of a multi-generational workforce are changing and what really drives people at work, looking at both extrinsic and intrinsic motivators
- Insights on how workplaces and current paradigms actually work against our best interests and what we say we want: fulfilling careers, highly engaged teams, improved productivity, and more innovation
- A framework for exploring the differences between leading from our soul and letting our ego direct our career and how we lead
- An initial assessment of where you are in alignment with your own soul and insights into your personal path to greater success and fulfillment.
- A beginning roadmap on how to re-connect to who you really are and how to help pave the way, for those you work with, to do the same
Hollee Howden’s life work has been to find meaning and purpose for her own career and guide others in their search. Her business, Soul Powered Work, reflects more than 30 years of observations, conclusions, and remedies for what ails us at work. As an employee, entrepreneur, coach, and consultant, she has both witnessed and experienced firsthand the disconnections keeping us from the true meaning of work. In her role helping leaders and organizations gain the advantage in the elusive chase for higher levels of employee engagement, she concluded early on they were having the wrong conversation. While others fail to address the true causes of disengagement, she has encouraged herself and others to reconnect to their spiritual nature and listen to what their souls have to say. Find out more at soulpoweredwork.com.