Just like each of our fingerprints, our signatures are completely different, our lives are a complex chemistry of elements that make us unique individuals. From the things we can’t control, like our genetics, through to the things that can change with time like our belief systems, values and religion, the list of elements that contribute to our sense of being is long, but incredibly important.
Intentional Diversity is a conversation about how we identify these elements and recognise the system that they work in to contribute to the richness of our lives. Inspecting our inner worlds, telling our stories, and being intentional in the diversity of the construction of our lives is just the beginning of a topic that leaves audiences inspired to expand their worlds, to expand themselves.
Key topics covered:
- Assumption: what assumptions about ourselves and those around us are we letting influence our sense of self?
- Perception: the role of framing and the lens upon which we take in the world
- Unconscious bias: is our construct unintentionally influencing our decision making?
The world is changing beneath our feet, and at times the earth feels like it is shaking us to our core. Regardless of whether it’s pandemics, natural disasters, shifting paradigms in how we work, or emerging technologies more than one thing can be true. The world around us is changing, as individuals we are changing because of it and our ability to stay grounded hinges on our ability to embrace risk, vulnerability and courage. We are being asked to remove our masks, acknowledge our fears and show up courageously in every aspect of our lives.
The good news is that courage is a practice. It is something we can learn, which is why setting courageous intentions allows us to plan for the many moments where we are being asked to embody what it truly means to be brave. To be brave enough to look within, to shift our mindsets and to heal. Or be brave enough to be in service to purposeful action in order to be a leader and changemaker and live a life that facilitates hope.
Audiences will walk away from Courageous Intentions with a blueprint for intentional bravery. This is a topic that traverses through what it takes to dissolve our outdated armor, in order to show up more authentically. It embraces vulnerability as a portal to seeds of opportunity, and acknowledges that in order to be courageous we need to invest time and energy into courage both as a tool, and a transformative force empowering our ability to own our voice.
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