Embody Your Leadership Potential A Conversation with Richard Strozzi-Heckler Founder, Strozzi Institute
July 6, 2015
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
Join Guest Host Lee Ann Wurster Naefe for a powerful conversation with Richard Heckler, pioneering founder of the Strozzi work. For more than four decades, Strozzi-Heckler has helped leaders bring greater unity of language, action, emotions and meaning to their approach to leading. Recognized as one of the top leadership coaches in the country, the Strozzi work helps leaders achieve personal mastery by accessing and utilizing more of their potential. His programs and best-selling books teach people how to identify barriers, change behaviors and embody new skills and abilities. Don’t miss this discussion of how to become a leader who embodies skillful action and grounded compassion to make a difference.
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