Natural power dynamics exist in nature and in our own experience of our world. When we are in tune with these, we feel synchronized and we experience the world as sacred. In this talk and discussion we will explore how habitual patterns can distort our relationship with power, status and hierarchy and how we might reestablish a connection with natural hierarchy and use power wisely in a variety of circumstances.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Dr. Susan Skjei is an educator, coach and organizational consultant specializing in leadership and transformative change. She is a senior teacher within Shambhala and a facilitator for the Right Use of Power Institute. Formerly a Vice President and Chief Learning Officer in the technology industry and the Director of the Authentic Leadership Center at Naropa University, she currently provides coaching, facilitation, and consulting through her company, Sane Systems.
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