Are you frustrated with where you are at work? Maybe you feel like you aren’t advancing as you should be, as you deserve to be, or you struggle to define your own style of leadership.
Women leaders (and companies) typically focus on two areas when aiming to advance women in leadership: building business skills and combatting discrimination. However, this leaves out a crucial third and often overlooked area – internalized patriarchal programming. Our special guest today, LeeAnn Mallorie, will be addressing this, along with the importance for women to tap into their bodies and their intuition, what they can learn from them, and how it can help them advance at work.
In this episode, LeeAnn Mallorie teaches us:
- to tap into our intuition again, which we might have stopped listening to at work
- to pay attention to the cues that our body is giving us
- a mindfulness exercise that we can use at work
- the importance of power poses
- what it means to lead like a woman
For a free download, Embodied Practices for Women Leaders, go to http://bit.ly/2019LIMWLDownloads.
To find out about her book, and about her women’s work, please go to https://www.gutsandgrace.com.
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About LeeAnn Mallorie
LeeAnn Mallorie is a leadership coach and consultant who helps women tap into the wisdom of their bodies and their intuition, so that they can make a bigger impact without burning out. LeeAnn believes that the key to breaking the glass ceiling at work is a deep understanding of the intersection of leadership and resilience. She helps her clients cultivate mindful self-awareness and develop simple, reliable practices that bring their native superpowers back online at work.
As the founder and CEO of Leading in Motion, LeeAnn is passionate about helping women leaders bring forward cutting-edge ideas that serve the greater good. She is committed to the win-win-win–changing industries and organizations for the better, while keeping stakeholder relations in-tact. LeeAnn has supported leaders at diverse organizations like Nasa, Mattel, Logitech, Capital One, M&T Bank, Campbells, Roche, Zymergen, Pace Women’s Justice Center and the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation.
Her new book, Guts and Grace, teaches women to dismantle the patriarchy, from the inside out. It will be published by Conscious Capitalism Press in January of 2020.
Instagram: @lmallorie and @leeannmallorie
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