Presenter: LeeAnn Mallorie, CEO Guts & Grace Leadership
If the fallout of sheltering in place, business pivots and forced innovation is keeping you on edge – but you secretly believe that you just might have an opportunity to grow tremendously as a leader and businesswoman during this time – then this session is for you.
In addition to requiring a ton of courage and emotional resilience, the COVID-19 pandemic is also asking many of us to squarely face our own fears of failure – and confront our old success-sabotaging habits. This isn't easy. It isn't always fun. And it often isn't pretty.
But what if the next evolution of your life, work or leadership were actually dependent upon the current global disruption? What if your future self were in fact being forged in the fire of this unprecedented and unpredictable time?
In this webinar, LeeAnn Mallorie brings over 15 years of experience coaching innovative female leaders at all levels across a wide array of industries to explore the question: how can I use workplace chaos and industry disruption as an opportunity to step more fully into my zone of genius as a leader… without burning out?
Together we'll explore how the ego's unconscious, counterproductive habits can creep in when we're faced with an urgent need to innovate or grow. We'll discuss how to gracefully navigate the high-and-low mood swings that can come with loss of income, business pivots and even surprising new opportunities at work. And, we'll better define what it means to stay sane and productive, while also being open to unexpected miracles at this time.
LeeAnn Mallorie, CEO of Guts & Grace Leadership and sister firm Leading in Motion, helps leaders combat both meaning depletion and burnout by bridging the gap between hard-driving, business success and the deeper wisdom of the soul – using the doorway of the body. LeeAnn has spent over 15 years teaching transformational leadership and embodiment practice in a wide range of sectors, serving diverse organizations like Nasa, Capital One, Mattel, Logitech, Kiva, Berkeley Haas School of Business, the Naval Air Systems Command and the Edna McConnell Clarke Foundation. Her women's leadership handbook Guts & Grace: A Woman's Guide to Full-Bodied Leadership (Conscious Capitalism Press, 2020) offers a concrete, actionable doorway to greater power, ethics, influence, and impact at work. www.gutsandgrace.com/at-work