Well Being for Women in Leadership
May 17 @ 2:00 pm - May 18 @ 12:30 pm$25 – $225.00
As women rise in the workplace they face unique challenges. As opportunities expand for women in leadership, the expectations to do it all – balance family, relationships, self-care, and the drive to excel and lead in the marketplace are creating more pressures than ever before.Our new 2-day workshop provides support, inspiration and education to learn mindfulness and self-compassion skills for approaching gender bias in the workplace, creating life balance, including equal priority for wellness and personal relationships, and explore the power of the feminine in leadership.
Bringing together a community of accomplished professional and entrepreneurial women in the spirit of the talking circles and consciousness-raising groups that drove the Womens Liberation Movement, we will create a safe space where we can learn, engage and create change through shared stories and experiences.
Topics of discussion will include:
Start With Why – Exploring the power of intention, values and ambition
The Double Bind – Working with inequality in the workplace
Work & Family – Balancing rewarding relationships and professional achievement
Self Care – Integrating wellness, sexuality and inner growth
Friday, May 17th, 2pm – 6:30pm
Saturday, May 18th, 8am – 12:30pm
The workshop is intended to be experienced in its entirety.
How to attend:
An application process involving a short questionnaire found here is required in order to meet our goals of affinity, inclusion and diversity in the group.
Trudy Goodman, Ph.D., is a Vipassana teacher in the Theravada lineage and the Founding Teacher of InsightLA. Trudy has trained in two fields: meditation and psychotherapy. In 1995 she co-founded, and continues to serve as Guiding Teacher for, the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy, the first center in the world dedicated to integrating these two disciplines.
Trudy founded the leading non-profit mindfulness center in Los Angeles Insight LA in 2002 and conducts retreats and workshops worldwide. She is a contributing author of Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness (Springer, 2008); Compassion and Wisdom in Psychotherapy, (Guilford Press, 2011); and Mindfulness and Psychotherapy, (Guilford Press, 2013).
Maria Egan is a veteran music industry executive, currently serving as President of Pulse Music Group in Los Angeles after eight years as Vice President of A&R at Columbia Records. Maria also founded a community for women creators and allies called Reboot. She came to InsightLA and began practicing mindfulness with Lisa Kring and Trudy Goodman in 2012. Shegraduated from the InsightLA Facilitator Training Program and is undertaking Jack Kornfield and Tara Brachs Mindfulness Teacher Certification.
At InsightLA, were dedicated to creating a safe and welcome, open and equitable community that stands firmly against all racial, gender, economic, or religious bias.