2017 Institute for Soul-Centered Leadership Summer Intensive Spiritual Intelligence: An Essential Tool for the Transformative Leader

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Spiritual Intelligence as defined by Cindy Wigglesworth is: “The ability to behave with wisdom and compassion , while maintaining inner and outer peace, regardless of the situation.” Wigglesworth has identified 21 skills of spiritual intelligence. Among these are: Awareness of Ego self/Higher Self; living your purpose and values; being a wise and effective leader/change agent; making compassionate and wise decisions and keeping Higher Self in charge. In this day and a half intensive we will learn practices that help us to cultivate the above skills which strengthen our ability to lead with wisdom and compassion. By incorporating these skills into our lives and leadership we are better able to lead others through transformative change and awaken to the new levels of consciousness that are necessary to bring our work to fruition.
Participants in the summer Intensive will have the opportunity to take the Twenty-One Skills of Spiritual Intelligence Inventory at a reduced fee.
This is a CEU Accredited class. Professional Counselors, Chaplains, and Social Workers earn 9 hours of continuing education.
Patricia Speier, DMin & Joe Barry, MA
Aug 10 (Th)
8:30am-3pm & Aug 11 (F)
Location: Seminary of the Southwest, 501 E 32nd Street, Austin, TX 78705
$195 (Includes continental breakfast and lunch on Aug 10. Pre-registration required. Refunds not available for off-site programs.)
Patricia Speier, DMin & Joe Barry, MA are both experienced workshop facilitators and master teachers. Patricia is Director of Formation and The Seton Cove for the Seton Healthcare Family. She is an experienced spiritual director, teacher, and retreat facilitator who specializes in the use of literature and writing for spiritual growth and ethical development. She is passionate about the connection between Spirituality and Leadership. Joe has more than twenty-five years of experience in adult education, group facilitation and mediation, leadership development, management consulting, and spiritual formation with leaders at all levels of organizations.





Seats Available

Thursday, August 10, 2017
Aug 10 (Th) 8:30am-3pm & Aug 11 (F) 8:30am-12noon

Seminary of the Southwest
501 East 32nd
Austin, TX 78705

Joe Barry, Patricia Speier