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Live Into Leadership:

Engaging Our Inner Critic with Presence
and Love

November 7th, 2023 // Evening Workshop // Live Online

About This Program

Do you know someone who gets in their own way, doubts themselves, or doesn’t speak up?

What about someone who’s amazing and ready to shine, but whose inner critic holds them back?

Leadership trainer and artist Rosi Greenberg knows the inner critic well, and offers some compelling tools to help us transform its voice. In this empowering evening workshop, Rosi will lead you toward shifting your relationship with self-doubt to one of self-acceptance and appreciation, while also highlighting the deep systemic origins of imposter syndrome. You will experience firsthand how gathering in community to address self-doubt can set in motion a ripple effect, allowing us to not only meet ourselves with greater love and acceptance, but reshape the confidence-eroding systems that surround us as well.

Drawing upon techniques from art therapy, Internal Family Systems, and transpersonal psychology, Rosi will help you explore the critical (in all senses of the word!) parts of yourself, and guide you in exploring the deep mindful presence that arises when sitting with self-doubt and imposter syndrome.

You’ll leave with:

  • Increased awareness of self-limiting behaviors and hidden triggers that hinder personal growth.
  • Practical tools and an enhanced capacity to navigate self-doubt in moments of crisis.
  • Techniques to offer to friends and colleagues who are experiencing self-doubt.
  • Communication strategies for shifting workplace (or family) cultures around self-doubt and inner-criticism.

Program Schedule & Cost

Free Evening Workshop

Tuesday | November 7th 2023 | 6:30pm – 8:00pm Mountain Time

This program is offered live online via Zoom. A meeting link will be provided after registration.

Meet Your Instructor

Rosi Greenberg

Rosi Greenberg

Rosi Greenberg is an artist, author/illustrator and leadership development trainer who creates spaces for people to connect more deeply to themselves and others. Through her leadership development practice, Drawn to Lead, Rosi has trained over 6000 leaders at all levels to share their stories and call communities to action. Her workshops are participatory, experiential, and community-based.

Rosi’s forthcoming book, Everyone Has a Sam, creates a quirky character of the inner critic and offers ways to move beyond it. In her art, Rosi explores mental health as she intertwines text, line drawing, and swirling color. Rosi holds a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, with a Certificate in Management, Leadership, and Decision Sciences. She lives in Boulder CO.

Art, online store and books: www.lovethatmess.com

Leadership development and visual notetaking: drawntolead.org

Webpage header art by Rosi Greenberg

Rosi Greenberg is an artist, author/illustrator and leadership development trainer who creates spaces for people to connect more deeply to themselves and others. Through her leadership development practice, Drawn to Lead, Rosi has trained over 6000 leaders at all levels to share their stories and call communities to action. Her workshops are participatory, experiential, and community-based.

Rosi’s forthcoming book, Everyone Has a Sam, creates a quirky character of the inner critic and offers ways to move beyond it. In her art, Rosi explores mental health as she intertwines text, line drawing, and swirling color. Rosi holds a Master of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, with a Certificate in Management, Leadership, and Decision Sciences. She lives in Boulder CO.

Art, online store and books: www.lovethatmess.com

Leadership development and visual notetaking: drawntolead.org

Webpage header art by Rosi Greenberg

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