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Body, Brain, and Behavior: The Neurobiology of Experiential Coaching

  • 02 Nov 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 7:45 PM
  • Zoom

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Research shows that emotional intelligence sets apart the successful and satisfied from the frustrated and struggling. But few people realize that our emotional and social intelligence emerge out of our somatic – or embodied – intelligence. Our capacity for courage, vision, resilience, connection, and leadership all have neurobiological roots. That’s great news, because it gives us a concrete path to train ourselves to embody vital life skills, such as a powerful presence, grace under pressure, and the ability to inspire others and resolve conflict. Just as we can build bigger biceps by lifting weights, we can train for greater resilience, better communication, and more influential leadership by tapping the wisdom of the body.  In this session, we'll explore how embodied practices can transform your coaching – and your clients' lives. Want a preview of what's in store for you? Grab your free copy of the Stress to Serenity Guide: https://embright.org/centering-challenge/.

Amanda Blake is a Master Somatic Leadership Coach and author of the award-winning book Your Body Is Your Brain. She founded embright to help influencers and idealists expand their leadership capacity and make a more satisfying and meaningful contribution. Take the next step towards becoming your best self: download the free Stress to Serenity Guide from embright.


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