As the world grapples with Covid-19, deep presence and the ability to create a sense of calm and groundedness feel more important than ever in leadership.
I’m not just talking about VIP’s in the business world. I’m talking about self-leadership too.
Today’s guest says a leader is someone entrusted with holding the heart of an endeavour or a family. It’s someone who inspires us “to hold each other well.” (I mean, how beautiful is that?)
Kelly Wendorf is a coach, mother, spiritual mentor and founding partner of Equus, an 11-acre experiential learning & discovery campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Horses are co-facilitators in their work at the ranch, and much of Kelly’s wisdom on leadership has emerged from her life-long observations of the horse herd, a 56-million-year-old system.
Kelly’s also the author of the forthcoming book, Flying Lead Change, published by Sounds True this autumn.