OrgSoul, Feminine Soul Series, Soul and Feminine Leader, Soul and the Single Woman, A Black Woman’s Soul: love, faith, purpose
Industries, companies, and communities have a soul. Sometimes companies have never been established their soul; are in transition; or, have been broken and are in need of healing and reconnection. Whether you are founding, healing, or rediscovering the soul of your organization, this series sets the core of your being and speaks to your purpose and vision for focus, collaboration, and results. Time to get your soul in order.
Companies have a soul. Companies that find and discern their soul have an advantage over companies that define them-selves based only on what they do, rather than who they are and why. The soul of your organization is a force for:
– best practices
– talent recruitment and retention
– conflict resolution and prevention
– resource management
But, perhaps most valuable, is the bonding and synchronicity that comes from the intimacy and connection established over the course of the workshop. If your organization is looking to clarify your mission and values and be the kind of team that loves the soul of where they work, let’s talk. I don’t simply wordsmith to come up with stylish zingers. We deep dive into legacy and soul of the organization, it’s members, and how they want to effect change in this world.
Determine and define your core values, mission, and the voice (MANTRA) that uniquely and clearly conveys your found-ing purpose and intention to your organization and the world.
Work and wisdom to strengthen and inspire the feminine soul. Because when women lead, the world wins.
Leadership: Soul and the Feminine Leader
• Prioritizing the self and nurturing one’s own soul — Prioritizing life, work, according to one’s unique desires and purposes
• Setting a clear vision for your leadership, legacy with a pace and plan to get there.
• Setting boundaries and guidelines in one’s communication style and demeanor
• Influencing others with brevity, strength, tact and grace
• Female to female leadership and mentor dynamics—overcoming ideas of scarcity in order to generate more women in leadership.
• Owning and using one’s authentic power as a force
Love is the most powerful force of all. I created this series because in the course of coaching powerful executives, leaders, and politicians on their careers, what comes up more than anything is love and personal relationships. What matters more and what surfaces most is how to improve our most important relationships. More than what we do, who we love is one of our greatest parts of our identity. Who we choose to love and share our lives with speaks to the deepest part of ourselves, our souls.
Series Include: Soul and the Single Woman; The Mother Daughter Soul; Wiving and Self Love. We explore the powerful forces of:
• Loving and knowing oneself first.
• Establishing boundaries for yourself to show up as the person you want to become
• Setting a clear vision for the love you want and deserve
• Saying no and goodbye to what doesn’t fit
• Setting clear and consistent boundaries in love and compassion
Because when women lead, the world wins
I am a force for leadership, feminine power, social progress and change. I am a speaker, nurturing power and courage into people and organizations to find their soul and know their force, to actualize the vision of their best selves and dreams. I am an activist working to create a world where all have the confidence and power to rise up and step into the fullness of their humanity. I run an online community to ignite women to lead called thatbitchwho.com. I speak, write, and serve to give the tools, thinking and confidence for women and women of color to lead in the 21st century and to challenge the status quo. I am a leader in my community, focused on bringing opportunities and access to the underrepresented to build more diverse and equitable communities.
I help organizations and people find their souls and know their force. I excel at this not only because I’m deeply curious about the dynamics of human interaction and relationships, but because I was once part of a soulless career that left me drained, confused, and unfulfilled in my work and most important relationships. I also know what it’s like to surrender one’s power in the hope that conformity would bring comfort and community.
I understand how people and organizations can have the appearance of success while crumbling internally with conflict and inauthenticity. I was able to breakthrough these challenges and pursue my most authentic self. With many failures, some private and others very public, came deep soul searching, more failures, many trials, errors and finally, my force! Thus, my passion, mission, and purpose in life—to help others find their soul and know their own force.
My career began in Silicon Valley as the only African-American woman at my tech company. Here, I honed my learning and development skills coaching, managing and facilitating learning and development programs for techies and executives.
I went from speaking in front of techies to facilitating national conversations in television and media where I was a talk radio show host on KLBJ for twelve years, a renowned public speaker, and television commentator with appearances on Fox News Channel, MSNBC, CNN and BET. Writing also a passion, I’ve been featured and published in notable publications including The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Dallas Morning News, The Austin American Statesman, Madame Noire, American Thinker, World Net Daily, The Houston Chronicle, The Washington Times. Perhaps most interesting is my political plat-form that led me to step forward to be the type of candidate I wanted to elect. In 2014, I ran against Greg Abbott in the Republican Primary for Governor of Texas. (You can read all about it at thatbitch-who.com where I blog on refusing the status quo.)
This journey corrected me spiritually and politically, calling me to effect change, equity, and humanity in a different way. I actively speak and work to represent the underrepresented and to negate negative stereotypes that bully women into silence and conformity. See the start of this with my TEDx talk on being an Angry Black Woman. I’m an active advocate for diversity in tech and equity in my community. I served as a commissioner on the African-American Resource Advisory Commission under the appointment of councilwoman Sheri Gallo. Additionally, I serve as the Executive Director of Team Austin’s scholarship foundation, a mentor at Galvanize, and as an advisor of the Austin Community Foundation’s Women’s Fund.
I use the culmination of these experiences, my training, decades of research—along with my natural joy and gift of speaking power and inspiration into your soul—to get you and/or your organization to your NEXT BEST VISION FOR YOUR LIFE and WORK. FORCE.
May your force be with you!
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