With Drs. Ellen and Max Schupbach
internationally acclaimed coaches and facilitators working with Fortune 100 leaders
Tallinn, April 13-14, 2019
This seminar is for leaders who are interested in personal development and discovering their authentic approach for better leadership.
This is a “hands-on” workshop where concepts and methods are immediately applied for the practical situations of participants creating solutions for actual problems.
Leadership and Change Management research seems to largely agree that best practices in leadership include:
a) clarifying and holding vision
b) pushing power and responsibilities down
c) developing clear communication
d) including dialog to support resilience.
Although there is a consensus on the
“what”, there is little focus on the “how”
Deep Democracy leadership embraces the principles above and adds inner work to discover your own leadership DNA,
your unique natural talent at the core of the “how”.
In this seminar:
• we will delineate best practices and then demonstrate how to (re-)discover your own unique talents, often unconscious/unknown and marginalized. These talents are the source of intuition and spontaneity, and the fulcrum for impactful and authentic leadership.
• we will demonstrate and practice how to blend best practices with your deep self and inner life, and how to use them to lead and facilitate inclusive and powerful leadership in diverse teams.
Max Schupbach PhD, Dip.PW, CPF, is president of the Deep Democracy Institute. He is together with Arnold and Amy Mindell a co-founder of the Process Work and Deep Democracy movement and co-founded most of its international institutes and training programs. He coaches leaders across industries, governments and spiritual communities, consults a wide variety of organizations worldwide, as Fortune 100 Corporations, International NGOs, Government Agencies. His work is featured in many national TV and Press programs that you can find on his website.
Ellen Schupbach PhD, Dip.PW, is executive director of the Deep Democracy Institute. She coaches individuals internationally, and studies and teaches process work and deep democracy in a large variety of locations and cultures throughout the globe. Her particular focus is on assisting individuals and groups to bring their deepest hopes and inspirations into the reality of their everyday lives.
Ellen and Max are co-founders of the Deep Democracy Institute; a think tank, training institute, consulting group and publishing venture. Together they co-founded and DDI sister organizations in the USA, Central Europe, Ukraine, Russia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The Deep Democracy Institute focuses on bringing the parallel worlds of personal growth and psychology, spiritual directions and religions, social and environmental justice and science, politics, and business into One World across the globe. Ellen and Max migrate between prolonged stays in a small village on the Oregon Coast and in Deep Democracy learning communities across the globe.
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Tallinn Downtown (TBA)
300 eur + VAT
Saturday, April 13th: 10a.m. – 5p.m.
Sunday, April 14th: 10a.m. – 1p.m.