Authentic Leadership: From Burnout to Balance

Event Details

Date & Time October 26, 2011, 2:08pm – October 30, 2011, 3:08pm
Location Hollyhock Retreat Centre
Cortes Island, BC
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Website http://www.hollyhock.ca/cms/index.cfm?Group_ID=4543

Authentic Leadership: From Burnout to Balance
Oct 26 - 30, 2011

Presented by: Annahid Dashtgard, Constance Exley

  •     Leadership
  •     Professional Development
  •     Social Change
  •     Training

Sponsored by the Centre for Social Innovation & Anima Leadership

Too many brilliant leaders have been overcome by unrealistic workloads, cynicism and isolation resulting in burnout and depression. Social change organizations contribute to this cycle through work environments that are frequently out of synch with our progressive mandates. This deep individual and collective gap can be addressed through nurturing self-awareness, authenticity, truth-speaking, and energy management skills.

Integrating emotional intelligence skills with mindfulness practice and social change realities, explore:

  •     How to stay connected to your purpose, manage your energy, and make effective decisions in stressful environments
  •     How to work through conflict effectively; knowing when to collaborate, resist or let go
  •     How to create cultures where teams feel empowered and connected to meaningful work
  •     How to work smarter, not harder

Annahid Dashtgard is co-founder of Anima Leadership, a training/ consulting company active both nationally and internationally. She has over 20+ years experience working in and with numerous change-making organizations. Hitting burnout was her motivation to examine the gap between the changes we want and how we model them in reality. www.AnimaLeadership.com

Constance Exley, Anima Leadership Associate, is the Executive Director of Nonprofit Matters, a consultancy dedicated to strengthening the health, vitality and resilience of Canada's nonprofits and their staff.  She's the Founding Director of the Ontario Nonprofit Network and has more than 25 years experience supporting the work of the nonprofit sector. www.nonprofitmatters.ca

TUITION: $495 CDN (meals & accommodation extra) / 4 nights