Speaking

Speaking and Workshop Engagements

Women In Technology International, San Jose, CA

“Moving From Hero To Coach”, The World Bank Group, Human Resources Conference: The Workforce Awakens, Washington, DC

21st Century Leadership Skills, New York City (public workshop)

Resilience and Self-Leadership, Middlebury College

A Taste of Conscious Leadership (nationwide)

“Tim and Meg’s workshop at our conference of World Bank Group human resources managers brought the principles of conscious leadership to a diverse group of leaders from around the world. Inspiring and enthusiastic, they showed participants how to move from simply putting out daily HR fires to creating a culture where people learn to be more effective and help themselves without the drama. Their presentation was practical and immediately applicable to our work here.” Ruth Grove, The World Bank Group Human Resources Manager

     “Meg Dennison’s 21st Century Leadership Skills can focus and accelerate your effectiveness while you expand your embodied experience of well being.  I highly recommend her workshops,”  Kathlyn Hendricks, CEO, The Hendricks Institute

“An excellent opportunity to refresh my leadership and team building skills, while adding new perspectives and mentoring tools to work with on myself and for the organization,” Paul R. Guitard, Business Development Officer, Woodmeister Master Builders, Boston

Meg was confident and authentic.  She shared powerful stuff, and it was a great reminder to notice what exactly I do when people ask for my attention. Oxana Holtmann, co-founder, Genius Xpat 

My speaking and workshops are highly interactive and engaging with immediate audience take-aways. They are delivered in 30-60 minute talks or we can put together a half or full day workshop around one or several themes.

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SAMPLE TOPICS

  • The Four Questions of Conscious Leadership: An Interactive Talk
  • Three Keys For a Drama-Free Team
  • Hack Your Fear Signature For Innovation and Engagement
  • Discovering Genius: Bringing What You Love Into Your Work and Life
  • Leading from Above the Line: Cultivating Curiosity Through Openness to Learning

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