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October 2011 Chapter Meeting ~ CONSCIOUS CONNECTION: CONSCIOUS CONVERSATION

  • 17 Oct 2011
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Mercer View Community Center

Registration

  • Anyone who is not a current PNODN member
  • PNODN Member who has pre-registered

October 2011 Monthly Meeting

with Rachel Dexheimer

CONSCIOUS CONNECTION: CONSCIOUS CONVERSATION

 

Transformative conversations emerge based on the participants’ skill and capacity to be present with both “what is” and “what wants to happen”.  As the adaptive leader hones those skills, they build conscious discernment around connecting to what serves.  The Conscious Connection process offers further internal clarity through conscious disconnection from that which no longer serves, building capacity for more conscious connections that feed vital conversations and adaptive change.  Finding your personal rhythm in this process also offers a path to sustaining your focus, grounding, and courage when the “what is” could take your breath away. 


Conscious Connection provides a personal practice that builds internal clarity and capacity for connection so that we can lead with more of our life-force.  Modeling this type of clarity and power expands the possibility for collaboration. 

 

Background:

Rachel is a powerful and dynamic coach, speaker, and author who spent 18 years thriving in the cultural and technical complexities of Fortune 500 companies including Lucent, Avaya, United Parcel Service, and McCaw Cellular.  Her favorite roles included designing, creating, and leading extra-ordinary global teams who implemented multi-million dollar projects around the world.

Her favorite roles included designing, creating, and leading extraordinary global teams who implemented multi-million dollar projects around the world.

 

While she reveled in building strong business relationships, creating high performing teams, and assuming progressively challenging assignments, there was something missing - a contribution to the greater good.  

 

As a Curriculum and Program designer with Leadership Eastside, she merges her corporate experience with the compelling concepts of Adaptive Leadership, focusing on practical applications that propel leaders forward.  She is a driven change agent and is passionate about applying proven methods that forge leaders capable of solving the complex issues of our day.

 

She enjoys volunteering in her community with programs such as Reading with Rover. She sits on the board of the Puget Sound Organizational Design Network and is President of the University of Washington Alumnae Board which grants scholarships based on leadership, community service, financial need, and academic accomplishment.

 

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