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Leadership Presence. What’s that?

PRESENCE. What is that? Leadership Presence can be a nebulous area. Presence or  ‘being present’ includes several aspects- it means paying attention to ourselves, what arises within us, as well as outside of us, and our capacity to communicate powerfully. A leader who is Present extends a certain quality of inclusiveness. This could be during a meeting, at an event or even on a call with a customer who is miles away. Being Present expands
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The ‘Inner Work’ that serves us women leaders

Why Inner work ? All the messages we have scripted into ourselves from our culture, family of origin and by social conditioning show up in specific ways at work. It is a part of us that can pull our energy down.It influences our actions and behaviours as leaders. This is my claim: Limiting messages in the self = Limiting assessments that block possibilities. The leader who shied from the limelight:  I coached a senior software quality
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Somatic work for leadership – Why is this relevant?

Leadership & the Here and Now. Have you ever considered that the body is the space where we experience trust, generate meaning and we connect with family, teams or a community? It is the vehicle that allows us to relate to others, feel belonged and also fulfill our aspirations. Yet we often live cut off from our body- we are not in the here and now, present to our body and the experience of ‘now’. Answer
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CARE – What do you care about?

3 Stories Sarla had her eyes on a new idea for quite some time. She wanted to start an enterprise in the corporate gifting arena. Her talents and keen interest in fine arts, design and craft had sparked this new proposition. Although she had a steady job in the accounts department of a pharmaceutical company, she knew her heart was elsewhere. But she was hesitant to take any action. Her assessments on herself were holding
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The OBSERVER that I am

I see what I can see. You see what you can see. Once, my colleague and I were attending a meeting at a client’s office. The CEO and his leadership team were involved in a discussion. Both of us sat observing quietly. One of the business heads was making a passionate argument about a point while her colleagues looked on-some with attention, some others with disagreement on their faces. She continued to speak and the
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