GRTL Heading to Philadelphia for the SVN Fall Conference 2016

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WORKSHOP: Shared Leadership: Exploring a New Paradigm of Leadership

Join GRTL Team Members, Lori Hanau and Jodi Clark at the Social Venture Network Fall 2016 Conference: The Business of Impact November 2-5 in Philadelphia, PA. They will be offering the following session on Friday, November 4th:

Shared Leadership: Exploring a New Paradigm of Leadership

Transition from a paradigm of profit-over-people, roles-over-relationships and separations-over systems thinking and learn how to identify the foundations of the Shared Leadership Framework versus the traditional “boss” model of hierarchical leadership. You will model a process by embodying a “jazz ensemble” flow that brings all voices and perspectives into our co-created conversation and practice together.

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NHBSR Member Feature

Version 2New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility (NHBSR) Feature Global Round Table Leadership for September 2016

We are honored to be featured in the NHBSR Member newsletter for September! Here is an excerpt and the link to the whole piece. We want to thank Leila Murphy for her work and a wonderful conversation exploring what brought us to GRTL and what keeps us passionate about the work!

Member Feature Excerpt:

In this season of NHBSR storytelling, it was such a pleasure to have the opportunity to talk with Lori Hanau and her colleague, Jodi Clark, of Global Round Table Leadership (GRTL). GRTL is a coaching and training company located in Keene. They support powerful shifts in consciousness, communications, and community for leaders, groups, organizations and networks from all sectors. Their customized trainings, retreats, facilitation and coaching focuses on stewarding positive personal and group transformation, “wholistic” leadership development and collaborative, vibrant group culture.  Lori and Jodi help individuals and groups tap into their greatness.

GRTL’s definition of Shared Leadership is worth sharing as it says it best—
Shared Leadership is the practice of bringing out the greatest capacity in everyone by empowering us all to be responsible for and engaged in the vibrancy and high function of the whole. This is a fundamental shift in how we understand and apply power and leadership.

They use strengths-based approaches and tools in their trainings, starting with what is healthy, strong and vibrant. Appreciative inquiry is interwoven with play, performance as well as meditative and wellness practices that cultivate our wholeness and strategic, systems leadership. Lori and Jodi both speak to how heartened they are by what they see transpire over the course of even a 3 hour training that elevates a group into a whole different way of relating. They know that the genius of the group is already there.

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