Rest, Release, Allow: The Ultimate Action Plan for Leaders
August 29, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
At a time when leaders are mostly living (dying) according to the well-known template called “Push, Drive, Get Results,” this radio hour with leadership coaches Jim Anderson and Dan Holden will be rich with provocative conversation about the framework they call “Rest, Release, and Allow” – a container that flies in the face of typical leadership development work. Both Jim and Dan are authors of books and articles, and they founded The Refiner’s Playground, a now sustainable “experiment” with leaders who want a more authentic life. Both are deeply skilled in the Leadership Circle Framework, which has been a grounding force in their thinking. Join Guest Host Chris Wahl for an inspiring conversation about committing to wake up to the leadership possibilities of resting, releasing, and allowing, as not only an antidote to the habits that got you here, but as a way of being that promotes power and satisfaction in the present.
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