Increasing your personal resilience and developing a trauma integrating leadership style
The program contains 2 major parts that are taught in 4 consecutive days.
Day 1 & 2: Healing Your Wounds as a Leader and Increasing Your Personal Resilience
We work in a body-oriented way with the following themes:
• Reconnect with your body awareness
• What does neuroscience teach about leadership?
• What is trauma, what are its effects and symptoms?
• Inner self-exploration as a basis for exploring your perception of the world
• Learn to deal with personal triggers and stabilize yourself
• Stepping out of regressive response patterns to a more mature attitude
• Recognize and learn to handle your own emotional blockages
• Toolkit for self-care and restoring inner resilience
• Growing from identity to presence
Day 3 & 4: Developing a Trauma Integrating Leadership Style
We set up a group process around the following topics:
• How do I fit myself and my people into the corporate legacy and future of the organization?
• How to initiate a recovery process so that lasting resilience is created in the organization?
• Combining the qualities of vulnerability and strength in your leadership
• Embodiment of security and inclusion
• Reading people somatically and learn to work with resonance
• Being able to co-regulate with the emotional state of the people around you by being fully present
• Bringing employees back from being overwhelmed to engagement
• Respond to challenges out of a responsive mode instead of a reactive mode
• Dealing constructively with- and respecting of boundaries
An oral intake is organized in advance to check whether this program meets your needs and to partly tailor the content to the questions that the participants have.
The content of these 4 days is created as a very experiential process. We work extensively with body-oriented exercises that increase your self-awareness. There is plenty of room to work with your own problems, assisted by two experienced facilitators and the group of participants. We rely on the self-learning capacity of the group, which leads to ever deepening insights. The methods used are a mix of systemic work, somatic experience, embodiment, trauma theory, NLP and spiritual practices.