Red Chair Leadership Immersion – February 2020
On February 27 and 28th, six women came together for two days in their Red Chairs. They came not knowing exactly what to expect. They worked hard, harder than they thought they would. They left with increased awareness of their presence, their strengths, and the strengths they tend to overdo. They now have a clearer vision of how they want to be as a woman who leads.
The feedback from the two days included statements like:
- I really loved the smaller group and space to feel safe to share. It has allowed me to grant myself serenity.
- I have never felt so comfortable so quickly. I feel like my eyes have opened and I am seeing more clearly what I am capable of.
- I have become more aware of my strengths and how to let them shine through.
- I [will] continue my journey to align my brain and heart so that they are more in sync.
My vision for Red Chair is to provide a safe and trusted space for women to explore who and how they are and who and how they want to be. These six women rose to the challenge and put themselves out there. They built trust quickly. They exercised courage. And they left knowing they have each other for support and accountability.
Thank you for trusting me to take a deep dive into who you are while spending time in your Red Chair.
Leadership Immersion is the most immersive Red Chair experience to date. Another offering will be scheduled for a few months time. If you are interested in it for yourself or to bring it in-house, please reach out.
You may be wondering how Red Chair Leadership Immersion is different from A Day in Your Red Chair.
Red Chair Leadership Immersion is an immersive experience in a small group setting that allows us to get real about ourselves differently from what most workshops do.
A Day in Your Red Chair is an opportunity to explore and celebrate some of the foundational elements of who you are as a woman who leads. It is a larger group size, facilitating networking and relationship building while doing some important personal work.
In a real sense all life is inter-related. [Everyone] is caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be, and you can never be what you ought to be, until I am what I ought to be. This is the inter-related structure of reality.Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.