Heather Plett is the author of the book The Art of Holding Space: A Practice of Love, Liberation, and Leadership and the co-founder of the international Centre for Holding Space. She is an international speaker, facilitator, writer, and life-long learner whose work has been translated into a dozen languages and quoted in such notable publications as Harvard Business Review. She has trained people from six continents, both in-person and online. Before launching her work in holding space, Heather worked in leadership and communications in government and non-profit. She lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada with her three daughters.
In this episode, you’ll learn about holding space in leadership as well as…
- What does Holding Space even mean?
- Can we hold space for the being and the doing in business?
- What are some concepts that new leaders need to be aware of when they’re holding space?
- The role of the circle
- The liminal space we find ourselves in right now and how to hold space for ourselves…
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