Leadership Embodiment Part III

Leadership Embodiment Part III

The difference experiential learning makes Books can teach us many things. But some things have to be experienced before we can translate knowing to understanding and proficiently doing. Think for a second of reading a book or watching a video on how to ski. These...
How to be OK with failure

How to be OK with failure

In our Holding Space Conversations event in May we asked the question ‘How to be OK with failure’. We all experience it.  We picked up this topic as a continuation of our April exploration of leadership where we used Wendy Palmer’s quote as a...
Leadership Embodiment Part II

Leadership Embodiment Part II

What does Leadership Embodiment training involve? In Part 2 of this 3 part article on Leadership Embodiment Paul King, Leadership Embodiment trainer explains what the training involves. We asked Paul ‘Generally speaking what does the training look like? What are...
Leadership Embodiment Part I

Leadership Embodiment Part I

An interview with Paul King explaining Leadership Embodiment. Together with my colleagues at The Holding Space we are soon to host a Level One Leadership Embodiment certified training. In this 3-part article we explore: Part I -What is Leadership Embodiment? Part II...
How to embody a concept

How to embody a concept

Words are powerful. Embodying a word or concept can be even more powerful, because it makes it your unique experience and adds presence and energy to what and how you communicate. This Tuesday we had another Holding Space Conversations event. We met to discuss and...