Thursday, 24 October
9:00 – 12:00 | HALF DAY
Thank you to Royal Roads University for being a Silver Sponsor and a sponsor for this event!
“Radical courage” is not just about being brave, it’s about confronting compelling issues and choosing to act in spite of fear. Such courage requires inner sources of clarity and strength.
In this highly experiential session, we will look at ourselves and the contexts in which we are or wish to be taking action. We will work with practices that provide a solid foundation for leading with courage.
The session is designed for all who are concerned about the state of the world, whether struggling with how to have impact at this difficult time or seeking community.
Participants will leave with a clear framework for leading radical change, a set of practices that nourish self-awareness and heart, and skills/tools that equip them to sustain their courage in action.
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Kathryn Goldman Schuyler
Kathryn Goldman Schuyler is a sociologist, professor, organization development consultant, and teacher of embodied awareness practices who was lead editor for two of the ILA’s recent books. She has published many scholarly articles and has held leadership roles in academia and professional organizations.
Kathryn focuses on bringing awareness practices alive in her consulting and teaching, looking at how this impacts not only individual leadership but the organizational culture. As a professor, she teaches experiential courses on ethics, leadership, and sustainability to graduate students preparing to consult to organizations. Kathryn is chair of the ILA’s 2020 Global Conference in San Francisco.
Katherine Tyler Scott
Katherine Tyler Scott is the Principal owner of Ki ThoughtBridge a company that developed an integrated model of leadership in which the technical and adaptive skills of leading intersect with internal and external work. She has developed local, statewide and national leadership programs for clients in philanthropy, education, religion and business.
Katherine has held many leadership positions in her community and is an active ILA member who has been a Conference weaver, MIG chair, and board member. She is the immediate past president of the ILA Board. Katherine has written and co-authored numerous articles and several books on leadership and governance.