Fear is a natural part of change. It’s easy to stay in the comfort of the status quo. But what do we lose when we don’t lead with courage and move toward change? In this two-part workshop, we’ll explore concrete tools that will give you a foundation for living and leading more courageously and overcoming fear that comes with change. Participants will get:
- Concrete tools that will help you enact your vision and manage fear
- A plan to practice these tools and move forward on your path
- An accountability partner to help you stay on course
This workshop will be in two parts: Tuesday, March 1st from 10-11 AM and Tuesday, March 8th from 10-11 AM.
Tickets are pay-what-you-can, valued at $24/person.
Meet our Facilitator, Rachel Lipton:
With a decade of experience supporting organizations to significantly elevate their leadership development strategies and programs, Rachel supports executives, leaders, and teams to thrive and be resilient in today’s workplace. Rachel understands what individuals and organizations need to function effectively on the human level, manage change, and bounce back from challenges. She has served as a consultant to organizations such as the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Leading Edge, Rockwood Leadership Institute, Tipping Point Community, the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies, and the James Irvine Foundation. Rachel has a BA from UC Berkeley with dual degrees in Political Science and Mass Communications and a Masters in Public Policy from USC. She is a Co-Active Professional Certiﬁed Coach (CPCC) and credentialed through the International Coach Federation as an Associate Certiﬁed Coach (ACC).