“We are leading in uncertain times:” it’s become a meme. And it has become our reality. A reality that, as leaders, is our responsibility to help our associates navigate. How do we do that? How, in the time of COVID and intense political unrest, do we keep our workplace culture from devolving into a morass of drama and victimhood? Join Paula Staffeldt in discovering one of the best ways to help yourself and those you lead move beyond ego and victim mentality into a larger mindset where the focus shifts from “why we can’t” to “how we can”.
Paula is a former organizational development practitioner, with over 20 years experience in corporate training, leadership development, and coaching with expertise in Reality-Based Leadership, Crucial Conversations and Contemplative Leadership. Her graduate degree in Counseling Psychology, with a cognate in Theology, set the groundwork for becoming an ordained ministerial counselor, specializing in interspiritual studies and contemplative practices, which led her to Focusing. The practice of Focusing has allowed her to dis-identify with the ego and live from a higher stage of spiritual awareness with more consistency. She now teaches classes in Focusing privately and “Navigating the Stages of the Spiritual Journey,” based on Fr. Keating’s three stages of spiritual development, at the University of Denver, in Colorado.