The intention of a half-day or full-day Company Mini-Camp is to enable a leader, leadership team, vertical team, or an entire organization to explore the core concepts and models of conscious leadership, to experience a shift on one key issue that is causing counter-productive drama for an individual or group, and to leverage the models to address directly certain cross-cultural issues at the company that are interfering with maximum potential and creativity.
The Conscious Leadership models offer a reliable path for leaders and their organizations to reach new heights of sustainable success. We do this by giving Mini-Camp attendees from your company the tools to shift beyond a limiting “below the line” culture of victimhood, blame and self-doubt to a thriving “above the line” self-rejuvenating culture of responsibility, creativity, authenticity, genius, and self-awareness.
"Across our portfolio, companies are recognizing the importance of Conscious Leadership as a critical skill in developing their organizations.”
― Seth Levine, Managing Director, Foundry Group
You can customize your Company Mini-Camp to include:
Sue has engaged in this work with companies including G2 Crowd, Uptake, Echo Global Logistics, Montage Resorts, Mulesoft, Ghostery, PlanGrid, Gainsight, and more.
We expect to cover the following topics and models, including directly applying these models to live situations currently occurring within the participating team or across the company:
Would you like to learn more about scheduling a Conscious Leadership Mini-Camp at your company or organization? Contact us at email@example.com to learn more. If you’re interested in seeing what Mini-Camp is all about, join us for a public event. Send your team members to a public Mini-Camp in Boulder.
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"Our lead developer said, "biggest win last week was the leadership consciousness workshop."
"Before Camp, I thought I was going to leave my job. Now I'm more engaged than ever."
"Across our portfolio companies are recognizing the importance of conscious leadership as a critical skill in developing their organizations.”
“Your process --and your loving way of helping people see what is obvious but not seen-- have enabled us to transform long-standing differences, to see them as differences and also as possibilities.”