“Nelson Mandela’s leadership actions are classic examples of how to convert challenges into opportunities… he let go of anger and blame. He rejected victimhood. He promoted accountability, collaboration, and initiative, and this produced renewed confidence on the part of many, inside and outside the country.” The Leader of the Future 2: Visions, Strategies, and Practices for the New Era, Rosabeth Moss Kanter
|Written by Blooming Lota|
|Saturday, 17 April 2010 15:47|
Private yoga is a wonderful starting place for those who are nervous or hesitant, for whatever reason, about engaging in group yoga, or for those in need of more private and personal support.
Sometimes, when we are in a situation of dealing with acute trauma, private sessions are valuable for both the client and the instructor. Private sessions help to establish an atmosphere of trust and support between the client and service provider. They also and help me to better understand, and thus serve, the needs of the individual client.
Private sessions are always ideal for Authentic Leadership coaching. However, if you are involved with a small group that is trying to organize in a non-hierarchical manner, then small group multi-modal sessions can also be very helpful.
|Last Updated on Monday, 21 June 2010 18:43|