Authentic Leadership: Mindfulness at Work • Boulder
Acharya Susan Skjei
September 24, 2013
- $15.00 – Program Price
How do we engage with difficult or challenging situations in the workplace? What does it take to be present, resilient and responsive to those around us and to the complexities we encounter everyday on the job? Mindfulness practice offers immediate access to our own authenticity and to the courage and confidence that arise from that experience. We will explore three ways leaders can build capacity for resilience in the face of constant change.
Susan Skjei is offering an Authentic Leadership Workshop at Shambhala Mountain Center October 17-20.
This talk is co-sponsored by Naropa University and will be held 7-9pm at Naropa University, Nalanda Events Center, 6287 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder.
Susan Skjei, Ph.D., is an educator, coach, and organizational consultant specializing in leadership and transformative change. In 1972 Susan began her studies with the Vidyadyhara, Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. She attended the 1974 seminary and early Kalapa Assemblies and, at his request, became the first Shambhala Training resident director in the San Francisco Bay Area. Later, she became a student of the Sakyong and served on the Shambhala Board of Directors for over 10 years. During that time she was also Vice President of Human Resource Development and Chief Learning Officer for a large high-tech company.
Susan has taught extensively and has provided mentoring, training and facilitation to many Shambhala Centers in North America and Europe. Currently, Susan is the director of the Authentic Leadership program at Naropa University and a founding member of the Authentic Leadership in Action (ALIA) Institute in Nova Scotia. She also consults internationally with leaders of non-profit organizations and businesses worldwide through her company Sane Systems. She lives with her husband, Jim Pascucci, in Longmont, Colorado.”