Why should anyone
be led by you?
Leadership Development. Tied to Performance.
What does your team need now?
What are you doing to strengthen your ability to speak truth to power, embody compassion, and perform at your best?
Through experiential learning—blending (still and moving) meditation with leadership development—we can heighten our ability to navigate intense emotions, develop strategies for working with our inner critic, explore impermanence (yes, we are all going to die), cultivate loving-kindness, and elevate our ability to perform (we can all do better…especially if we can harness flow). We can also explore storytelling, decision-making, debriefing, dance, pivotal life moments, and polarities. Ready to drop in, breathe, and show up fully?
Workshops to elevate the performance of your team
- Dig into a challenge that you currently face, which requires you to lead more effectively
- Explore how you currently face uncertainty–and how you aspire to navigate uncertainty
- Heighten your ability to understand & navigate intense emotions (yours and others)
- Deepen awareness of your inner critic & gain strategies for working with self-judgment
- Bring more resilience to your working relationships and families
- Explore mindfulness and performance challenges
- Gain a deeper appreciation for the brain’s capacity to adapt
What Clients say…
“Thank you for the workshop—it was amazing. What you shared is really useful for me right now. It’s important that other entrepreneurs have these kinds of experiences. We are always connected with work, with leading, with goals. The problems that we’re trying to fix with our entrepreneurship are mainly problems of disconnection. So, if we are not connected with ourselves… and managing ourselves… in the end we are not really solving anything”
—Diana Duarte Gómez, Executive Director RETOS & Solver Team Lead, MIT Solve
“Combining storytelling, working with the inner critic, navigating intense emotions, and mindfulness practices, Jamie guided the team toward a stronger mental approach to racing. He rekindled their joy for skiing and created a container for them to safely reveal the voice of their deep inner critics. Two days after his workshop, our team performed exceptionally well in this weekend’s Div I, NCAA carnival. Our top skier earned her first top five finish and our men’s captain had his second best result of all time, leading the men to their best team result this season in Giant Slalom. The team was more present, self-compassionate and had fun on competition day. Not a given in this unforgiving sport!”
—Kelsey Levine, Head Coach, Williams College Alpine Team
“Jamie led a virtual workshop for 30 leadership fellows from our alumni community during the coronavirus pandemic. He quickly established psychological safety and provoked heartfelt inquiry. We walked away with new insights, actionable tools, and a deeper sense of community. I’m also deeply grateful that he co-created the Patagonia Leadership Expedition as a graduate student. The course continues to test our MBA’s decision-making and resilience in the unpredictable and dynamic wilderness of Chilean Patagonia.”
—Laura Georgianna, Executive Director of Leadership Programs, SC Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell