Enough: Finding Freedom from the inner critic
an experiential workshop SERIES
A new artistic approach to healing and self love, this interactive workshop invites storytelling and self-exploration.
Leadership is ‘accepting responsibility for enabling others to achieve shared purpose under conditions of uncertainty’. The good news is that leadership can be done from any level, with or without an official position of authority. The bad news is that it requires us to be brave in the face of the unknown, and that is really hard!
When trying to lead, we often get in our own way. We tell ourselves we’re not good enough, our idea is dumb, better not to speak up this time. This voice is not us; it’s our 'inner critic,' who often prevents us from truly stepping into leadership. The critic is the result of the different ways we have learned during our lives, of what it means to be 'good' or ‘effective’ in various group dynamics: a family, workplace, organization or simply within our circles of friends. When we get to know the critic and understand how it works, we can shift our relationship with it to step more bravely into leadership where it’s needed most. Rosi draws on Adult Development, Adaptive Leadership, Public Narrative, creative practice and personal experience in this bespoke workshop.
Through this experiential workshop, leadership development trainer Rosi Greenberg offers a deep look into the inner critic and ways to work with it more productively. We'll use storytelling, art, and reflective exercises to explore the critic and find new ways of working with it. You'll leave with new practices for relating to that voice in your head and a new perspective on it.
What previous participants have shared:
"Thank you for this wonderful and informative workshop. I work with my clients to manage their inner critic. This session helped me realize I need to take time to self-compassionately manage my inner critic." -- Virginia T, therapist
"Powerful, yet simple. Brought up tears for me that I didn't know were still inside. Great tools for our own healing as well as to use with our clients." -- Dawn, therapist
"This felt Sacred." -- Brandy P, counselor