About the Workshop
What does ethical leadership really look like in practice? What are the most fundamental ethical blind spots that inhibit leaders from cultivating a culture of peace and progress? In this workshop, participants will explore and discuss four foundational ethical principles for collaboration. Through interactive exercises, participants will learn how to actually put the principles into practice on a daily basis. Leaders that spend time focusing on ethics enjoy greater team productivity, lower stress, and higher retention of team members. Add these invaluable concepts and exercises to your leadership tool belt!
In this workshop, participants will learn to
- Implement simple yet powerful techniques for approaching interpersonal challenges with a solution-centric mindset
- Build relationships of genuine trust and mutual benefit
- Align with team members and peers through thoughtful communication of intention and desired outcomes
- Navigate challenging decisions and choose outcomes that offer the most good for all stakeholders
- Choose actions that support their own needs and the interest of the organization
This workshop is for leaders seeking to cultivate authenticity in relationships, balance peace and progress, and foster a culture of genuine connections.
I present to
- Leaders within medium and large organizations
- Small business owners and leaders
- Startup founders and leaders
- Student leaders
Have more questions? See the FAQ at the bottom of the page for more information.
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FAQ – Awake Ethics for Strong Leadership Workshop
Who leads the workshop?
Hilary, Founder of Awake Leadership Solutions, leads all workshops.
Where will you travel? Will you visit my organization?
Yes, Hilary travels all over the world to lead workshops at organizations as well as public spaces. If there is interest, I’m there for you!
How many people is the workshop designed for?
The workshop is designed for 10 – 15 people. however, I have given workshops to a group as small as 4 people and a conference group as large as 40 people.
How long is the workshop?
The Awake Ethics for Strong Leadership workshop is designed to be 1.5 hours long.
I also offer a half-day format that is 3 hours long as well, where we have more time to spend on exercises, discussion, and questions.
What kind of space and set-up is required for the workshop?
I will need a room that fits all participants seated with desk space to work on. Round tables or conference tables are ideal. I will also need a projector to show my slides and (ideally) a whiteboard to demo examples on.
How far out do I need to book a workshop?
I prefer to book workshops 2 – 4 months in advance.
How much does the workshop cost? What is included?
The cost of a Awake Ethics for Strong Leadership workshop is $500. Supplies for the workshop are included in the cost. There may be additional costs for supplies if the workshop is for more than 20 people. All costs will be agreed upon prior to confirming the workshop. There will be no surprises billed!
It is ideal if all participants can also receive a copy of my Awake Leadership guidebook at the end of the workshop. Copies of my Awake Ethics guidebook are extra cost and can be added on for each participant at a discounted rate from the regular price of the book. I will cover and coordinate delivery of the books prior to the workshop.
Travel costs are not included and will be charged in addition to the workshop fee, agreed upon before we confirm the workshop. I travel for free within in the Bay Area, up to 50 miles from Tiburon, CA.
Are there any special discounts or rates?
Yes! I offer discounts for non-profit organizations and schools.
What is the cancellation policy?
I have a simple, standard contract I will send you once we decide to go forward with planning a workshop. 50% of the cost will be due when you confirm the workshop and this is non-refundable. 50% (plus any travel expenses) will be due one week after the workshop is given.
More questions? Contact Hilary.