To deeply respect (a person, animal, plant, place, thing or…) is to be open to letting them change your mind – which therefore changes who you are.
Thursday October 25, 2018
12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
Join URL: https://zoom.us/j/168584337
Join Jackie Stevenson, founder and CEO of Spirit of Leadership Services for a Pop-Up conversation on her unique approaches to leadership, coaching and team building. The coaching process is grounded in well-accepted practices and focuses on a systems, strength-based approach of what’s working and what needs to change. As an executive coach, she is a champion of authenticity and character and “doing well by doing good.” Incorporated in all of her work is the development of embodied leadership presence, focusing on body language and the alignment of mission, goals and action.
Jackie (coach, therapist, educator and author) teaches at Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management Executive Education Program and the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. She is on the Weatherhead School of Management coaching staff and the ICF Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Coaching Program. She is a Board Certified Coach (BCC). She is the author of the book, “Someday We’ll Live Like Horses; Authentic Presence in Leadership and Life.” Jackie is the past Director of the Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland and past Clinical Center Director of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. She teaches and lectures within the U.S., UK, Germany, Turkey, Israel and Mexico.
She is founder and director of the “Experiential Learning with Horses: Developing Human Potential for Positive Change” certificate program preparing people to integrate their work with horses into their professional work with people, and for people who want to develop their professional and life skills by engaging with horses. She is the founder of “Wolf Creek,” a wilderness-based leadership and personal development training program for women. Over 100 women have participated in this year-long training program exploring the teachings of nature and the power of personal presence and what is possible when creating community.