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xtra Living in your element
Fri 25Sep

Living in your Element (Module 3)

Facilitator: Peter Baily & Paul Jackson

At the heart of your ability to lead is your unique personality. We call this your “shaping” or your embodiment. These aspects determine how you see the world, how you feel, behave, make decisions and communicate with others. Using the Four Elements – Water, Fire, Air and Earth – as a learning framework, you come to see and feel your way of being, your preference for how you show up in the world.

Event time: Fri 25th Sep 2020 at 9:30am - Fri 25th Sep 2020 at 5:00pm

At a glance

  • Discover your natural element – water, fire, air or earth
  • Connect with the core of your being in authentic ways

What participants will gain

  • Powerful insights into what sort of leader you are and what levels of consciousness you operate from.
  • Self-awareness and healing old patterns of thinking and feeling
  • New joy, freedom and satisfaction of being body-aware

In this module, you launch into a powerful journey of self-awareness. You explore your “shaping” and deepen your understanding of your unconscious biases and drivers. For most of us, our shaping is invisible, like water to a fish. Perceiving your unique relationship to the elements is a cornerstone of developing your leadership presence.

This understanding can be applied in your relationships, work-life or professional coaching modalities. Imagine a world where people recognise the power of sharing their true self – feelings, thoughts, physical intelligence and genuine needs. Embodiment is a rich source of nourishment and resilience – come and experience this for yourself with expert guidance.

Each module, on one level, is part of our journey from knowledge to wisdom – a fundamental journey of self-awareness and how you show up in the world. You will dive into your physical and emotional presence and the deep intelligence that exists there and have your belief systems challenged. You will find your language and your ability to make requests, offers and declarations; it is profound learning that has you realize that you are not your ego but you have an ego and you are able to hold this with curiosity. These modules honour and celebrate everything that it means to be human and how this plays out in your leadership style.


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£185 Early bird Day Rate

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Practical Information

Wear comfortable clothes and bring outdoor all weather gear as some sessions will be outdoors.

Price includes materials, delicious two-course lunch, and refreshments.

Registration from 9.00am-9:30am.

Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson is an executive coach, a farmer and runs a programme developing leadership for individuals and teams through working with horses. He has worked as a consultant and coach since 1995. His passion is enabling and supporting transformation in people and organisations – driven by a sense of what is possible, sustainable, and our ability to honour each other and our shared environment.

Peter Baily

Peter Baily is an executive coach, mountaineer and creative soul. His deepest desire is to see a sustainable world in his lifetime. As executive coach, he works with CEOs and Senior Managers in Social Enterprises, NGOs and Charities He is also a coach for TED Fellows and entrepreneurs at the Unreasonable Institute. As mountaineer, he has come to understand a lot about human nature; why we do things, what keeps us going; what makes us effective; what makes teams successful.

Testimonials

“This is for leaders, coaches, and advisors who sense that something is broken in the way we run organisations today and who feel that something entirely different is called for… but wonder what that might be.”