Creating Belonging through Radical Self-Inquiry
December 5, 2023 | 1pm ET / 10am PT
We say we want to create a more conscious world where everyone can flourish with a sense of belonging, but what does that really mean? What are we each, individually and collectively, willing to do to ensure that becomes a reality for all of humanity? In Reunion: Leadership and the Longing to Belong, author Jerry Colonna encourages Conscious Leaders to ask themselves questions like these in order to deeply consider our complicity in the systems of the world we say we want to change.
Through radical self-inquiry, recognition of our ancestral histories and tendencies to revert to traditional leadership behaviors, and a willingness to give up what no longer serves our higher selves and the communities we wish to foster, we can create new systems to which we all feel we belong, truly elevating humanity through our businesses.
Join us for this powerful and thought-provoking Virtual Gathering, hosted by Steve Hall, Conscious Capitalism, Inc. Board Member, where Jerry will share his insights and practical advice to support Conscious Leaders in creating an inclusive and welcoming workspace, discover the best of who we are, and nurture and support those whom we are privileged to lead.
Co-founder of Reboot and Author
Jerry Colonna is a leading executive coach who uses the skills he learned as a venture capitalist to help entrepreneurs. He is a co-founder and CEO of Reboot, the executive coaching and leadership development company, host of the Reboot Podcast, and author of Reunion: Leadership and the Longing to Belong (HarperBusiness; Nov. 2023), and Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up (HarperBusiness, 2019). He draws on his wide variety of experiences to help clients design a more conscious life and make needed changes to their career to improve their performance and satisfaction. Previously he was a partner with JPMorgan Partners (JPMP), the private equity arm of JP Morgan Chase. He joined JPMP from Flatiron Partners, which he launched in 1996 with partner, Fred Wilson. Flatiron became one of the most successful, early-stage investment programs in the New York City area. He lives on a farm in Longmont, Colorado.
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