Pre-registration is now closed but we welcome walkins.
Presented by Hugh Leonard ~ Leonard Coaching, Training & Consulting
A key assumption regarding energy and credibility in a trainer is that their own formative experiences have been reflected on, tapped as a source of wisdom, adapted into one’s self-presentation and used as a basis for mature interaction with clients and trainees. In other words, an effective trainer is first of all an effective person with integrated inner and outer resources and behaviors.
During this Chapter Meeting, participants will feel like they are in a mini-workshop on being “Interiority Powered”. Participants will explore awareness of their inner resources as a trainer/consultant and identify where those energies might be blocked, repressed or have otherwise become inaccessible due to ineffective patterns of inner self-regard. As a result of understanding which of their own work patterns are effective or ineffective due to inner blockages, they will examine how to release those resources for creativity and productivity in the personal and training context.
The participants will engage in extensive Q & A session regarding all aspects of Interiority at work.
- You will appreciate a key aspect of their own story as a source of inspiration and creativity.
- You will understand some of the inner dynamics that block creativity and comfort at work.
- You will learn tips for releasing yourself from inner blockages to effective work performance.
- You will better understand the difficulties that trainees and clients face when engaging with inner blockages to behavioral change.
About the Speaker:
Hugh, was born in Ireland, educated in the U.S., and “Made in Japan.”
During his 17 years in Japan as a Catholic priest/missionary, he founded and directed an industrial counseling non-profit for management development, high-performance teamwork, and effective collaboration between multiple-cultures in the workplace.
At the same time, he taught at two universities, produced a bi-weekly radio program, and wrote five books in Japanese on interpersonal communications.
His education includes Masters’ degrees in Asian Studies, Human Resource Development, Applied Theology, and Theology.
He holds a certification in Executive Coaching from the Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara, and as a Spiritual Director from Stillpoint of Pasadena.
Since the early-nineties, he has conducted numerous organization, management and team development workshops and interventions for globally distributed clients, in both the private and public sectors.
He brings to his workshops outstanding training skills in three major cultures (Asian, European, North American), and fluency in Japanese. For 8 years, Leonard has lectured on Business Ethics at University of California, Riverside Extension.
He is the author of a book entitled: Interiority Powered, How to Use Your Inner Energies at Work. He conducts three-month long workshops based on the book for groups of eight participants selected according to professional affiliation such as, coaches, performance improvement practitioners and writers.
We invite you to enjoy neighborhood restaurants with colleagues and friends prior to the meetings.
Third Thursday, February 20, 2014
Networking 7:00 pm
(Bring your business cards)
Program 7:15 to 9:00 pm
Location: Sherman Oaks Galleria, 15301 Ventura Blvd., Community Room in Rotunda Area, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
Directions and Parking Instructions
Online map of Galleria
Pre-paid by 2 days before meeting:
Members: $15 / Non-Members: $20
After 9:00 pm 2 days before meeting:
Members: $20 / Non-Members: $25
Pre-registration is advised and closes at noon on the day of the meeting, but walkins are always welcome.
Cancellation/Refund deadline is Tues., February 18 at 9 p.m.
No shows will be charged in full.