Leading From Wholeness with Carley Hauck
The world right now needs compassion, empathy and inclusion. We are all dealing with complex emotions and issues during this unusual time. Triggers emerge, relationships can become strained and communication is struggling. This episode will help us all take a breath, identify areas which need change, and come from a place of understanding in our personal and professional lives to make it a little easier.
In this episode, you will learn how to:
⭐ Identify and deal with triggers in daily life
⭐ Communicate effectively for positive relationships
⭐ Work through your triggers with a mindfulness exercise
⭐ Identify the qualities for becoming a great leader
⭐ Break patterns to make change
"Everyone has their own unique light to shine...We all can make a difference. Choose one way to make a difference and keep doing it." Carley Hauck
More about Carley
Carley is a torch lighter for leaders who want to bring their leadership to the next level. Since 2010, Carley has been supporting leaders and companies with executive coaching, leadership development, learning initiatives, culture and team building.
Carley is adjunct faculty at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas Business School, where she teaches on leadership topics such as embodied leadership, communication, emotional intelligence, purpose, and resilience. Carley has a masters degree in Organizational Psychology, and specializes in educating leaders and teams to bring their whole and best self to work so that they can tap into purpose, lead from love, and choose people over the planet so that business can be a force for good in the world.
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