Guts and Grace: A Woman's Guide to Full-Bodied Leadership

Guts and Grace: A Woman's Guide to Full-Bodied Leadership

by LeeAnn Mallorie

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Overview

How can it be that companies’ best efforts to advance women in the workplace are still falling short? In Guts and Grace, LeeAnn Mallorie addresses common themes that women leaders at all levels still grapple with today: confidence, executive presence, balance, joy, intuition, saying no, purpose, conflict avoidance, and more. She reveals the thirteen pervasive societal myths that can make these desires feel impossible to achieve, and then teaches concrete, embodied practices that bring each theme to life. Her playful weaving of these modern and ancient teachings will take you on a journey of unexpected and necessary evolution—one that is required for any woman who is committed to making a bigger impact without losing herself or her critical stakeholders along the way. Guts and Grace is your roadmap on how to step out of internalized, patriarchal programming—from the inside out—and finally bring your whole self to work.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781950466092
Publisher: CC Press
Publication date: 01/29/2020
Pages: 298
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.69(d)

About the Author

LeeAnn Mallorie, MAPP, began her career as an executive coach in 2006, working with leaders and teams from around the globe. Yet she soon found something was missing-the body. This led her on a personal journey of physical, mental, and spiritual healing that took her into the depths of her soul and the heights of her consciousness. Committed to the belief that transforming business is the keystone to solving many of our world's stickiest problems, she brought each of these lessons back to her clients in the corporate sector. As the founder and CEO of Leading in Motion, LeeAnn has now spent over a decade helping leaders face bottom-line challenges while combating both meaning-depletion and burnout. She does this by using practical embodiment tools to bridge the gap between the hard-driving logical mind and the deeper wisdom of the soul. Her leadership curriculum offers a concrete, actionable doorway to greater power, resilience, influence, ethics, and impact at work.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii

Introduction 1

Embody

Chapter 1: The Joy Workouts 29

Chapter 2: Time for Me 47

Chapter 3: Say Yes . . . and No 67

Empower

Chapter 4: Lasso Your Brain 87

Chapter 5: Into the Well 107

Chapter 6: The Core Dilemma 125

Activate

Chapter 7: The North Star 147

Chapter 8: My Daily Practices 169

Chapter 9: The Body’s Wisdom 187

Inspire

Chapter 10: The Gift of Passion 207

Chapter 11: Freeing Conversations 227

Chapter 12: The Anchor 245

Conclusion 263

Acknowledgments 267

Notes 269

Poetry 271

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