Mindful Movement & Meditation
About the Course
Success rises and falls on my effectiveness.
The ability to guide conversations in a way that addresses issues and also preserves relationship is critical skill for every professional. And in today’s workplaces, teams face a myriad of complex scenarios. This session links the principles of emotional intelligence to the practical skills of crucial conversations with others. This retreat experience will unlock the opportunities to create and drive a new level of engagement with your circle of influence.
Note: This experience includes a pre-session assessment that takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. Results are shared during your retreat session.
Kayla Barret Curry
Light bulbs are one of Kayla’s favorite things. More specifically, light bulbs coming on in people’s heads. She is a thinker and practitioner in today’s marketplace and dwells on ways to help others move to the next level in their professional and personal development. Her industry experience spans 25+ years in both the corporate sector and non-profit market where she has worn hats such as Director of Organizational Strategy, Director of Human Resources and Director of Staff Development. Kayla’s experience allows her to walk alongside your organization to identify your people development needs then helps you discover a hands-on approach that advances your organization’s vision. She holds a B.S. and M.S. in Organizational Communication from Murray State University in Kentucky. Kayla is a DiSC trainer, a Certified StrengthsGenius Facilitator™, a Registered Corporate Coach™ (RCC™), and a member of the John Maxwell Team. She is the author of “Leadership Shorts: Practical Tips When You Are at Wit’s End”, Amazon #1 bestseller “The Complete Experience: Unlocking the Secrets of Online Reviews that Drive Customer Loyalty,” and Amazon #1 bestseller “Unstuck: 10 Proven Strategies for Breaking Through the Barriers to Small Business Growth.”
Kayla is president of Organization Impact, LLC and is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management, Association of Talent Development, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Leadership Donelson Hermitage, and the Donelson/Hermitage Chamber of Commerce.