Program Offers

Wildflower

For organizations as well as individual women who would like to unleash their potential. 


Personal GPS

In today's fast-paced times, we lose track of ourselves just as easily. This workshop series provides participants with a compass that gives us the tools to find our anchor again any time.


This workshop series consists of a one day in person workshop that is followed by three webinars. The time span for the whole curriculum is about 2 months and is offered to groups within organizations.

Gender Talk

This is a two hour interactive Workshop that can be conducted in person or online. It focuses on the difference in communication styles of women and men. The content has been proved successful especially with Women Network Groups. 


Presence & Flexibility

The program is currently build with 6 modules of 90 minutes each and delivered full virtual. The total length of the curriculum is  3 months. 


This program is ideal for companies whose top leaders are committed to holistic, integrated, innovative, balanced leadership development that includes the whole person in the leadership journey. Leaders who actively walk the talk and sponsor conscious leadership. 

 

Participants can come from any place within the organization and be in a closed or open group/team. Their leadership journey is very personal and therefore participants can be at any stage of their conscious leadership.

Inspired Digital Leaders

This is a 3 months development journey that looks at leadership in the context of digital transformation in agile environments. It is delivered virtual.


Political Intelligence

Political Intelligence is offered as a half-day workshop for groups within organizations. Some open enrolment classes are offered quarterly in Amsterdam through my partners at Tiara International. 


Everyone knows that Political Intelligence is a critical leadership skill. But why do many people choose to “opt out” of engaging in organizational politics? We think the answer is because they see so many negative examples of bad behavior all around them and have become feeling dis-empowered to bring change.

 

The result of well intending leaders opting out however, or holding back, or refusing to “play the game” is a huge loss. They are usually left out of key strategic decisions, positions and opportunities. And dysfunctional patterns in teams and organizations are kept in place. Highest potentials are not reached.