Breaking the Habit of Overwhelm: Moving from Activity to Results
August 3, 2020 from 11:30am - 1:00pm MT
Speaker: Andrea Bordenca, Institute for Generative Leadership USA
CCEs: 1 in Core Competency and 0.5 Resource Development
Do you want to lean how individuals and organizations can move from activity-based busy-ness to commitment-based results? This session will develop an awareness of the current linguistic, emotional and physiological patterns that create a task-oriented work ethic, which can lead to the sense that there is an ever-growing to-do list. Join us to learn the structure of commitment-based action, as we engage you in whole body practices that build new neural pathways and provide you with a depth of choice to relate to others with more intention and clarity.
During the session you will engage in paired exercises to experience the habitual tendencies that have been reinforced over time and practice ways to deepen listening through increased consciousness and results-oriented accountability. At the end of the session you will have the benefit of sharing this with coaching clients, as well as the ability to practice navigating yourself out of overwhelm.
About Andrea Bordenca
Andrea is the CEO, & alumna of the Institute for Generative Leadership US; serves as the CEO & chairperson of DESCO, a national field service org; is the founder of Lead Yourself Youth, which adapts IGL for educators & students; & is co-founder of The Women’s Collaborative. Andrea holds multiple certifications, including coaching certifications from Newfield Network and Strozzi Institute. Andrea is also certified to teach a 6 week teleclass “Listening to Bodies Long Distance”, a course developed by Somatic Coach, Suzanne Zeman that offers participants guided practices to build somatic awareness to access deeper levels of connection to others.
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Kellie Jenkins, ICF Colorado Business Development Director, conducted with Andrea.