Everyone has power.
The heart of Wendy Palmer’s new groundbreaking 2-day workshop is to invite each of us to bring our power out of the closet. When we “wear” our personal power, our spirits can expand, giving us a voice and greater presence in our lives.
Many of us have stowed our power away like we store old clothes in the back of the closet. Unlike clothes we’ve outgrown, however, when we take our power out and wear it — it can be transformative.
Using a variety of creative approaches, including mind-body exercises, Wendy’s program can help us break through our resistance and reconnect with our innate power — ultimately allowing us to discover new ways of living that reflect more of who we really are.
During this inspiring intensive, you will explore:
- The ways you keep yourself small in challenging situations and how to expand your presence
- Different types of power, such as focused power, dominant power, and chaotic power
- The challenges that can arise when you connect with your personal power
- Practices to activate your powerful, expansive self so you can live a less fearful and more optimistic life
When you take your power out of the closet, it’s inevitable that you will feel stronger and more confident. You will leave this weekend with skills and practices for overcoming your fears feeling comfortable in your own skin, and adjusting to new visibility and success.
Wendy Palmer shares insights on power — and why it’s such a challenging topic.
Wendy Palmer is the founder of Leadership Embodiment, a process that integrates mindfulness with principles from the Japanese martial art of Aikido to offer simple tools and practices to increase creativity and resilience in leaders. She has worked with executive teams and individuals at Twitter, Genentech, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, The Gap, NASA, Salesforce.com, McKinsey & Co, Oracle, Unilever, the BBC, and Daimler Chrysler Group. She holds a sixth degree black belt in Aikido, has practiced mindfulness for 45 years and is the author of Leadership Embodiment, The Intuitive Body, and The Practice of Freedom. leadershipembodiment.com