NEXT COURSE: may-JUNE 2017
FOR PROFESSIONAL WOMEN ARTISTS, PERFORMERS, CREATORS WHO WANT TO STEP INTO PROFESSIONAL RISK TAKING AND LEADERSHIP WHILE BUILDING AN INTERNATIONAL NETWORK
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"A great course for all women, no matter what point she is in her career... A good way to shake up your process and how your mind has formed thought patterns. We were offered ways of seeing and how to break up the ways in which we limit ourselves. I am refreshed and excited to continue using these new tools for negotiation, self-promotion and connecting with other women artists across the globe." - Laura DeLuca, Seattle Symphony Orchestra
A unique program that:
Blends tools from professional development, personal coaching and creative practice
Dives into Inner Work that creates Outer Impact: learn practical ways to overcome blocks, gain confidence and clarify your vision
Organically develops a supportive network of likeminded female leaders in the arts
Click here for more about the format & approach. Read about what kind of women take the course, their testimonials, past impact of the course, and questions regarding if the course is right for you.
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View a replay of a previous webinar
Want to get a flavor of the course and the facilitator? You are welcome to check out an excerpt of a previous free webinar on fear and self-doubt. Participants' identities were kept anonymous, and do not appear in this replay recording.
As a rebellious classical musician, Laura contended with the paradox of wanting to succeed in the establishment while being irresistibly pulled to challenge the status quo. Having played with orchestras like the San Francisco Symphony, Laura discovered her love for improvisation, and has played with major contemporary music ensembles in Europe. Creative collaboration has driven more than two decades of innovative performance practices and re-evaluation of audience interactions. Along the way she became an expert in how to strategically bear the discomfort of ambiguity in order to invoke originality. To read about how she came about creating this course, click for full bio...