Leadership Through The Body – Berlin 8th/9th March 2014

Embodied Training for Coaches, Trainers, Consultants and HR ProfessionalsStart Spring by putting your best foot forward, literally.

Embodied Training for Coaches, Trainers, Consultants and HR Professionals.

Sat 8th March 2014, 5:00pm-8:00pm and Sun 9th March 2014, 10am-5pm.

With Mark Walsh of Integration Training, co-facilitated by Carol Clark

Our posture, movement and breathing determine what we think, how we feel and what we achieve. Our physical ‘embodied’ presence also affects how we engage with and are perceived by others. In fact, most aspects of our work, communication and relationships are embodied.

This is a practical experiential taster session for those who wish to develop these skills in a business or general work context.

What you’ll learn:

  • How the body influences our impact
  • How to work with the body confidently and safely
  • Practical embodied tools you can use the next day with clients
  • About yourself – what is hidden that is limiting your work
  • About others – how their bodies may be impacting their work
  • Applications within leadership, stress/change management, team building, coaching and communication training
  • Practices to develop leadership impact and influence – for yourself and your clients
  • Techniques to manage pressure, complexity and change, and to develop greater emotional intelligence
  • How to better ‘read’ others and employ your intuition
  • Tips on how to make this work accessible and relevant within a no-nonsense business environment

Who this workshop is for:

  • Business and life coaches
  • Business trainers, facilitators and consultants
  • HR professionals interested in exploring embodiment
  • Organisational leaders and heads of department
  • Teachers looking to explore a different domain of learning
  • Yoga, dance and martial arts teachers looking to apply their skills to mainstream markets
  • Therapists and alternative health practitioners
  • Anyone looking to develop their individual leadership or grow as a person

Mark Walsh is one of Europe’s leading “embodied” trainers. He has lead Integration Training for the past six years who specialise in this work, and taught in many countries. His qualifications include an honours degree in psychology, residential training with various bodymind masters such as Richard Strozzi-Heckler, Paul Linden and Wendy Palmer, training in linguistics, NonViolent Communication, body-psychotherapy, improv, meditation, dance and martial arts (he’s an aikido black belt). His clients include Unilever, Virgin Atlantic, Newfield coach training, Liberty Global, and the University of Sussex. He has also worked with peace projects in Palestine/Israel, the slums of Brazil, East Africa and with The Sierra Leonian Army. He is the most followed trainer on Twitter and Youtube and has the Google no.2 ranked management training blog. More importantly than all this stuff however is that he really loves embodiment and is an utter obsessive geek about it.

Carol Clark Works in coaching training and organizational development. She is a Diplom Social Pedagogue specialized in Social Management, Trainer for Communication Skills and Behavior, Integrative Gestalt Therapist and Embodiment Facilitator. Carol’s main focus is on facilitating development processes, dialogue processes, workshops and conferences in organizations, coaching and training for individuals or groups/teams. Since 2010 she is self-employed in this field also engaged in projects in cooperation with partners such as SOCIUS Organisationsberatung (Berlin, Germany) and Integration Training (Brighton, UK).

To Register:

The cost of this course is EUR150.- (Corporate rate EUR 180.-) zzgl. Mwst. Spaces are limited.

Sat 8th March 2014 evening session can be booked separately for EUR 45.-


artop GmbH – Institut an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Christburger Str. 4, Berlin

To register and for more information (auch in Deutsch) contact carol@integrationtraining.co.uk


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