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Authentic Relating for Professionals, Part 2: Tools for Teams

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Authentic Relating for Professionals, Part 2: Tools for Teams

November 11th – 9:00am Pacific Daylight Time / 6pm Central European Time

In the second part of our AR for Professional webinar series, we’ll continue to look at bringing the ideals of authentic relating into the reality of the workplace by exploring the following:

Relational debt: How it can get in the way of doing our best work, and how we clear the backlog.

Feedback: Feedback without impact is opinion. We’ll cover the practice of “de-constructive feedback”, improving the chances of learning, connection, and increased effectiveness.

Context Naming: In a meeting, there’s the agenda – “what’s on the table”. But what’s under the table, not spoken about, is often what’s setting the course for the person, team, or organization. We’ll explore making the implicit explicit in service of faster adaptation to the demands of the market environment.

Teams by Design: A framework for being intentional about the the type of team you’d like to be, and a way to adjust it as everyone learns through getting things done.

You’ll leave this webinar with practical tips to make these tools actionable in your own work environment.

Course Leaders

Christopher Gray

Christopher is a course leader of The ART of Being Human, Levels 1 & 2, as well as the Authentic Leadership Program (ALP). He’s spent 20 years in the software world as a leader in educational technology, most recently at Facebook. During that time, Christopher has also been doing extensive work supporting people struggling with alcoholism, substance abuse, and codependency. Since discovering and immersing himself in the practice of Authentic Relating, he’s transitioned to coaching and working with ART to bring this transformative, humanizing practice to the world. He teaches Bikram yoga, and, most importantly, is from New Jersey.

Delphine Supanya Berger

Delphine brings over 16 years of international executive experience and a deep understanding of global cultures and business to her role at ART Leadership Institute. She has taught, trained and coached thousands of leaders with a client base that includes numerous global multinationals. She is a sought after mindfulness facilitator and lectures about mindful communication at NTU in Singapore.

Previously, Delphine set up a corporate wellbeing consultancy in Singapore and a digital marketing agency in Geneva. She started her career as a corporate finance and special situations lawyer in London, Paris, Bangkok and Singapore representing institutional banks, hedge funds and private equity funds. Delphine holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from The University of Law, a Maitrise en droit from Sorbonne University and a Magister Legum (LLM) from University of Cologne. She is half-Thai, half-French and speaks French, English, German and Thai. 

Delphine is a regular silent retreat goer, has engaged in a disciplined mindfulness practice for over 15 years and enjoys cooking meals for her friends and family. 

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