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Leadership Unbound:
A Group Coaching Program

Today we find ourselves living in unprecedented transitions. The global scope of change we face together is disrupting how we live, work, and love, and the changes continue to escalate. 

 

We require new forms of thinking, feeling, sensing and relating. 

 

Whether your life has retained some homeostasis or you are currently immersed in crisis and loss, collectively we all require courage, vision, and discipline to shape better-shared futures, and to lead others towards new imagined possibilities of community rooted in love, forgiveness and compassion.

The Leadership Unbound: Group Coaching Program is a practice space for empowering practitioners to embody a radical commitment to be for everybody and catalysts for beloved community.

This practice space is informed by

Integral

Theory

Zen

Training

Facilitative

Leadership

Embodiment

Practice

This Group Coaching Program is for you:

  • If you are clear that ethnocentric, rivalrous dynamics are a path to self-termination.

  • If you are a leader, coach, facilitator, consultant, and organizer who believes we must revivify the legacies that teach us how to harness love in service of realizing communities of freedom, fairness, and love.

  • If you have a track record of leading and/or facilitating across different groups (racial, political, religious, etc.)

  • If you feel your own inner work and development is essential to realizing the visions you serve and you want group coaching support to catalyze your greater development.

The end is reconciliation; the end is redemption; the end is the creation of the beloved community. It is this type of spirit and this type of love that can transform opposers into friends. The type of love that I stress here is not eros, a sort of esthetic or romantic love; not philia, a sort of reciprocal love between personal friends; but it is agape which is understanding goodwill for all [people]. It is an overflowing love which seeks nothing in return. It is the love of God working in the lives of [people]. This is the love that may well be the salvation of our civilization.

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Author / Advisor / Consultant / Team Coach

 

Gabriel Wilson is co-author of Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart. Gabe is the founder of Freedom and Fairness, which provides leadership & team coaching and training. Gabe is an associate with the advisory and consulting firm Delta Developmental. Gabe is a core faculty member for Real LIFE programming and a monk training with Diane Musho Hamilton at Two Arrows Zen.

 

Gabe received his BA in Human Biology from Stanford University (‘10) and studied adult developmental psychology and leadership through Stanford’s Masters program in Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies (POLS ‘13). He was a lecturer at Stanford University for the innovative program, Designing Your Life, where he taught undergraduate and graduate students the principles of design thinking as applied to personal and professional development. 

 

Currently, Gabe’s efforts are focused on creating a community of practice for Bridgers - those committed to healing relations between ethnocentric groups and guiding them toward Beloved Community. 

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I am a coach, facilitator, writer and systems change consultant. I specialize in helping people and groups bring their whole hearts forward in creating a more just, caring and sustainable world. Through working with individual, organizational and policy misalignments, I aim to embed systemic change, transform belief systems, and construct alliances across diversity.

https://lisagibson.co/

With over 20 years experience in local and international work at multiple scales - from microenterprise to advocacy to international NGO-level - my work focuses on a range of issues, including:

  • facilitation of complex multistakeholder processes

  • leadership development
    anti-racism, equity and decolonizing processes

  • individual and group coaching
    curriculum design

  • applying mindfulness to changemaking

At the heart of my work, I am passionate about integrating personal transformation and social change to embody new ways of being with ourselves, each other and the earth.

I have a Masters in Gender and Development, a Bachelor of Social Work, and I am a Certified Integral Facilitator. I co-created and co-teach Simon Fraser University’s Certificate in Social Innovation.

I am supported by my beautiful family, the wild garden we collectively tame, the amazing people that I’m surrounded by, and the healing power of nature. As a woman of Irish, Polish and English decent, I am grateful to be based in Vancouver, BC on the unceded Coast Salish lands and waters of the əsəlil̓wətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), & Sḵwx̱wú7meshsi (Squamish) Nations. I work locally and travel both nationally and internationally.

Group Coaching Structure

Six 90 minute sessions over three months

A 90 minute Community of Practice call per month

 

Limited to 8 participants

Through this coaching opportunity, you will receive:

  • New ways of being that enable powerful new choices and actions to enact love, forgiveness, and compassion

  • A community of co-creators who will support and challenge you 

  • Tools and frameworks to work transformationally with individuals and communities

Dates & Cost

DATE

6 Thursdays (Jan 19, Feb 2, Feb 16, Mar 2, March 16, March 30)

TIME

10 - 11:30am PT | 11am - 12:30pm MT | 1 - 2:30pm ET | 6 - 7:30pm CET

COST

$999

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