DEEP STREAM WORKSHOPS

Developing interpersonal and influence skills for leading in a dynamic and diverse world

Upcoming T Group Workshop:

September 22-24, 2017

Berkeley, CA

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What does it take to inspire and engage people – and teams – across language, culture and other dimensions of difference?

Thinking alone is not enough.

Navigating personal and professional relationships in this global environment can be daunting – and culture gaps costly. What does it take to be more effective in the face of challenging - and oftentimes unexpected - situations involving disagreement, conflict, and/or unintended impact?

Whether you’re at the beginning, middle, or later stages of your career, being a confident and effective leader in today's global context – and being perceived as one – requires more than cognitive knowledge and content expertise.

Deep Stream Leadership emphasizes leadership and influence that are firmly anchored in both internal and external skills and competencies, including awareness of interpersonal and group dynamics that can make or break team and organizational performance.

“Deep Stream” refers to an internal undercurrent of grounded presence that comes from being aware and awake – about the conscious and unconscious drivers of our behavior and reactions.

It’s not what we know, it’s what we don’t know that derails us from having the impact and outcomes we want.

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Emotional Intelligence

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Managing Triggers

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Increasing Comfort with Discomfort

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Surfacing Blind Spots and Unconscious Bias

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Transforming the Inner Critic

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Building Safety & Trust

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Owning Impact

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Giving & Receiving Feedback

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Empathy & Compassion

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Seeing Power & Diversity Dynamics

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Leveraging Differences

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Being Flexible & Open

Our offerings and approaches are honed from 10 years of coaching, facilitating, and designing/delivering workshops on Interpersonal Skills, Leadership, and Diversity and Inclusion at Stanford University Graduate School of Business MBA, Executive MBA (MSx), and Executive Education programs.