8 Weeks of new skills to adapt and lead courageously
in times of uncertainty
Easy, Transformational, Self Paced Online Course
You will learn powerful leadership skills in self awareness, embodied movement, emotional resilience, communication, and purpose with expert teachers and thought leaders.
Join Carley and 8 expert teachers with exclusive LIVE Virtual instruction and online access to inspiration, new leadership skills, and powerful practices delivered to you weekly.
Are you in touch with the wisdom of your body? If we are to come into harmony with the world, we need more than adjustments to our way of living – we need a revolution in our understanding of ourselves. When we feel estranged from our bodies, we lose connection with each other and the greater world around us. The body is the doorway to healing and feeling. Learn powerful tools to find your center amidst uncertainty and listen to the innate wisdom and intelligence of your body.
How do you relate to change, stress, challenge? Do you freeze, do you fight, do you flee? What is your relationship like to fear? We all have different ways to feel and move with fear. In this session, we will learn how to grow our mindset when fear is here and step into who we are meant to be.
What is your relationship to anger? Do you honor your boundaries? Do you respect your No? When you express anger in a healthy embodied way, you have the opportunity to connect more fully with your heart and others. When we feel and express our anger with vulnerability, we can cultivate compassion and gratitude, the doorways to forgiveness.
How do you surrender to what is? How do you relate to sadness, disappointment, or grief? Some of us have been trained to hold back our tears as it shows weakness and vulnerability. When you give yourself permission to embrace and let in your sadness, your heart can expand and you can find the resolution needed. Through feeling all our feelings, we can cultivate more resilience, empathy, creativity, and joy.
What makes you feel joy? Sharing joy can be a powerful form of generosity. Gathering together engaging in dynamic celebration can be a playful way to express joy. When we give appreciation for what is, what we have, our friends, family, and co-workers, we create more joy and generosity in our lives. Learn how to access joy everyday and create a practice of gratitude, appreciation, and generosity in your daily life.
Do you have a pattern of saying yes to others, but then feeling resentful later on? Do you believe that you must come to the aid of others and often give to get? You are not alone. Learn to understand what a fully body yes and No feels like and create healthy and compassionate boundaries with co-workers, family members, and friends to be successful at remote work.
How do you relate to the challenges in your life, with care or with criticism? Being with everything that arises and passes with kindness is leading with compassion. Turning toward the suffering in our world, can inspire a desire to be of service. Your unique purpose is the offering you can give in response to what the world needs now.
You have walked the pathway of a resilient and courageous leader in the last 6 weeks. This session expands on the previous with an emphasis on de-armoring and shedding what is no longer serving. A warrior is willing to walk through life without armor, with authenticity, with transparency. This session will support you to make new commitments to support the person you want to be and how you want to lead.
Through getting grounded, developing emotional resilience, and leading with compassion and service, we can step into our sacred purpose. Learn the role that sacred purpose can play in keeping us vital and focused in times of crisis and challenge. Discover how tuning into your sacred purpose can co-create the world you long for. This session will support you to excavate and humanifest your calling and prepare yourself to walk your truest paths at work and the world.
Carley Hauck, Founder of Leading from Wholeness and developer of the Shine Leadership System. She supports leaders and businesses to thrive during challenging times through bringing our wholeness to work and encouraging soulful organizations that prioritize people and planet first. Carley has over 12 years of experience creating transformational change with leaders and companies such as LinkedIn, Pixar, Clif Bar, Genentech, Bank of the West, etc.
Carley is an adjunct instructor at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business where she teaches on subjects related to leadership.. Carleys book Shine-Ignite your inner game to lead consciously at work and the world, will debut 2021 by Sounds True. It offers engaging tools, stories, and practices to awaken a new operating system for leadership and business to be a force for good in the world.
Philip Shepherd is recognized as an international authority on embodiment. His unique techniques have been developed to transform our disconnected experience of self and world, and are based on the vision articulated in his celebrated books, New Self, New World (2010) and Radical Wholeness (Nov 2017). He developed the practices of TEPP to help people reunite the thinking of the head with the deep, present and calm intelligence of the body. Unlike the prevailing view of embodiment – which involves sitting in the head and ‘listening to your body’ – Philip’s approach helps you listen to the world through the body.
Farshid Farrahi, MD, is a therapist, integrative child psychiatrist, and facilitator with Open Floor International. He brings over 15 years of experience with meditative inquiry, exploration of the psyche, and care of the Soul to the spaces he facilitates. He has co-developed a program in San Francisco for parents and teens with trauma, that integrates core movement resources with mindfulness-based emotional intelligence. He is delighted to share his passion for embodiment and healing.
Lori Schwanbeck is an expert in the conditions that enable people to thrive in personal and professional life. She is a senior faculty member at Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute where she designs and facilitates both in-person and virtual programs bringing mindfulness, compassion and emotional intelligence to organizations around the globe. Her clients include LinkedIn, Disney, The Kingdom of Bhutan, and Google. In addition to corporate training, Lori co-founded Mindfulness Therapy Associates, a psychotherapy and coaching practice in San Francisco. She specializes in working with high performing executives using evidence-based mindfulness practices designed to support emotional and relational health.
Larisa Stow was born to wake, shake and create a vibration-raising revolution in her lifetime. She is a world renowned lead singer singer/songwriter of the band Larisa Stow & Shakti Tribe, a sacred world mantra rock group. Larisas music and instruction focuses on the practice of kirtan, the ancient yoga of chanting, which creates bridges, unites hearts, cultures, and brings peace. Larisa has debuted at conscious raising festivals such as Bhakti Fest, Lightning in a Bottle and Bali Spirit Music Fest. Larisa also works with clients individually as a vibrational life coach.
Dena Samuels, PhD, serves as a mindfulness-based diversity, equity, and inclusion author, speaker, leadership trainer, and consultant. As an award-winning tenured professor, Dr. Samuels taught at the University of Colorado – Colorado Springs for 20 years while consulting nationally and internationally. She now consults full-time on mindful, inclusive leadership development. Her passions include inspiring people to raise their personal and social awareness to live more fulfilling, connected, and meaningful lives; and assisting organizations, campuses, and corporations in building more diverse, equitable, and inclusive cultures.
LeeAnn Mallorie, CEO of Leading in Motion and sister firm Guts & Grace Leadership, 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 over 15 years experience teaching transformational leadership and embodiment practice in a wide range of sectors, serving diverse organizations like Nasa, Zymergen, the Naval Air Systems Command and the Edna McConnell Clarke Foundation. Her women’s leadership handbook Guts & Grace was published by Conscious Capitalism Press in January 2020. It offers concrete, actionable doorway to greater power, ethics, influence, and impact at work.
Allessandro Moruzzi is a Certified 5Rhythms® Teacher, Accredited by 5RTA (5Rhythms Teachers Association) to teach both Waves and Heartbeat. He is the Co-Founder of The City Waves™ in San Francisco. Alessandro is also a musician, singer, designer, certified Holistic Health Coach and Swedish massage therapist from World School of Massage and Holistic Healing Arts SF. He was born, raised and spent the first half of his life in Italy, calling San Francisco home since 1983.
Vehllia Tranne is a Certified 5Rhythms® Teacher Accredited by 5RTA (5Rhythms Teachers Association) for Waves, and in training for Heartbeat level. She is Co-Founder of The City Waves™ San Francisco, Yoga Teacher Certified by Yoga Tree SF, and initiated into the tradition of stick divination of Dagara people. Vehllia has been celestially dancing before even learning to walk. She was born in Java, around the Ring of Fire, proud of her mixed heritage and dragon powers. She is a passionate healer, courageous shapeshifter, compassionate community leader, loyal partner and natural teacher.
Jeff Brown is the author of many books and founder of SoulShaping Institute and started a grassroots publishing company called Enrealment Press. His latest book Grounded Spirituality is a brave revelation, which calls out and critically reviews ungrounded spiritualities, and presents a new model of authentic humanness, offering us a more integrated, embodied, and heartfelt path going forward.
Dacher is the founding Director of UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center and professor of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is author of the Power Paradox: How we gain and lose influence, Born to be Good, and co-editor of the Compassionate Instinct.
Fred Luskin, Ph. D., is the director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects, a senior consultant in health promotion at Stanford University, as well as an affiliate faculty member of the Greater Good Science Center. He is the author of 3 books among them Forgive for Good and Forgive for Love.