Change happens when circumstances converge…
- Our global crises demand fresh leadership…
- The outdated Strong Man model of leadership is inadequate for our complex world…
- More and more women are stepping into leadership
…and are willing to change the rules of the game
We work with women everywhere who are challenging the status quo and want to make their contribution – in their own unique way.
The way we’re working isn’t working. Conventional leadership thinking does not equip us to deal with ambiguity and uncertainty – we need to learn evolutionary approaches. To be fit for the future we need to be all of who we are: ambitious and collaborative, creative and courageous, confident and compassionate.
Women now recognise they can aim beyond surviving or thriving to lead change. At the same time low self-confidence, imposter syndrome and discomfort with power hold them back.
We work with both the light and the shadow – your purpose and your blocks – to help you become the leader you want to be.
PurposeWomen are leading the way
PowerWomen are owning their power
PresenceThis starts with you
Ongoing facilitated groups for women in leadership.
A place to share ideas, challenges and tools and to learn from each other in a supportive and safe place.
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For emerging and senior leaders to
Get clear on your purpose
Learn to stay calm in the eye of the storm
Have your voice heard… and
Connect with a network of powerful women
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More than ever we need to tap into the wisdom of nature if we are to navigate these times.
Invest in yourself and our collective future – take a step back from work and join us to restore in nature and reflect together with others.
Our next retreat is in the gorgeous woods of Wiltshire…
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ANIMA – co-vision groups
NEW for 2021
This group offers ongoing support and inspiration to women in leadership. A place to share ideas, challenges and tools and learn from each other. You’ll benefit from the encouragement of a group of amazing women who “have your back” plus expert coaching from Hetty and Liz – all at a fraction of the cost of 1-1 coaching.
Kitchen Table Conversations
For women who have taken part in our programmes.
Join the Purpose Power Presence community – once you have taken part in a programme you’re eligible to join our Kitchen Table Conversations: a monthly touch point to reconnect, reflect, be inspired and re-energised.
Our work is rooted in depth psychotherapy and an understanding of workplace dynamics. We know the practical realities of business and believe we need to connect with the spirit and vision of leadership: why we lead and what for – especially in these fast moving and uncertain times.
Our approach includes powerful embodiment techniques to strengthen your gravitas combined with imagination, play, reflection, challenge and brave discussion to help you create the changes you want to bring about.
You will see profound change quickly. We recognise what it takes to survive in the current workplace and encourage you to expand beyond survival to thriving and “changing the rules of the game” – to create the kind of workplaces where everyone can flourish.
What will you gain
Get clear on your unique contribution to the world – build organisations that are purpose led and values driven
Understand ‘healthy power’ rooted within and learn to use it constructively – become a role model for others
Combine strength and warmth for authentic presence – so people can listen, hear and act on your words
Increase your capacity to bounce forwards from setbacks and flow around obstacles – build a culture where everyone can thrive
Know your worth to build grounded confidence deep within – stand tall and instil confidence in others
Understand the leader you wish to be and your impact – handle change and complexity better to empower others
About the founders
Hetty Einzig has been coaching senior women in the corporate and public sectors around the world for over 25 years. One of the early pioneers of executive coaching in the UK, she has delivered global leadership programmes for HSBC, MasterCard, Bain Consulting, Medtronic, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Virgin Atlantic and The British Council.
A transpersonal psychotherapist, former Sunday Times journalist and keynote speaker, Hetty is author of The Future of Coaching: Vision, Leadership and Responsibility in a Transforming World (Routledge). She holds a Masters in Organisational Consulting from the Tavistock Centre and is Editor of Coaching Perspectives, the Association for Coaching global magazine.
Hetty is a Senior Facilitator with Leader’s Quest and Common Purpose – pioneering leadership organisations working to build a healthier, equitable world. She has designed and led a cross-cultural programme for women leaders from North Africa and Belgium and works globally with senior and emerging leaders in the environmental sector.
Liz Rivers is a highly experienced leadership coach with a track record in coaching women working in traditionally male sectors such as finance, law, construction, computer games and elite sport. Her clients include Grant Thornton, Sony Games, The World Trade Organisation, HMRC, RICS, Oxford Said Business School, the Rugby Football Union and Amnesty International.
A former City lawyer, commercial mediator and psychotherapist, she combines over 25 years’ business experience with a deep understanding of psychology and human behaviour. Liz was the first woman in the UK to become an accredited commercial mediator and has given evidence to the House of Commons Select Committee on the use of mediation to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
Liz is a sought-after speaker at women’s networks including Accenture, Women in Banking and Finance and She Is Still Sustainable. She is an expert contributor on BBC Radio on the topic of women at work and writes for The Huffington Post.
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