GW-CEPL Whole-Person Leadership Development
Dear GW-CEPL Alumni and Friends,

It seems that every day we are learning something new about the importance of taking a "whole-person" perspective in seeking to understand and improve the human performance. 

We are much more than disembodied thinking machines. Our bodies, our spiritual nature and our thoughts impact our perceptions and our behavior. Much of the time our thinking is governed by unconscious, self-reinforcing loops of repeating patterns of body sensations and feelings, combined with emotions and thoughts. Consider that we make choices that are unconscious, which are based in stuck energy patterns that no longer serve us and reduce our ability to adapt and be resilient in changed circumstances. 

In "whole-person" leadership development, we seek to liberate leaders from the shackles of unconscious leadership thinking and acting, which limit their effectiveness. We teach embodied leadership awareness, mindfulness, and conscious choice creation processes that enable leaders to be more agile, more responsive, and more prepared to serve their people, their organizations, and their citizens, both now and into the future. We invite you to join us in this exciting, emerging frontier of potential for yourself as a leader for the 21st century.
Upcoming Programs
May 1-3, 2018
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May 10-12, 2018
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June 5-8, 2018
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June 6-15, 2018
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  June 13-15, 2018
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May 3 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The George Washington University's Marvin Center, 3rd Floor Grand Ballroom
There is a revolution brewing one that is contributing to the growth of competency, collaboration, curiosity, and empathy around the globe . >> Learn more about the summit here and join us on May 3!

 Join GW-CEPL at the TOC Annual Institute this April 22-25 at the Founder’s Inn in Virginia Beach, VA, to explore the newest strategies for today’s leaders. Ina Gjkondi , Director, Executive Education & Leadership Coaching Services at GW-CEPL will present " What if you SMILE? Embodying coaching skills for greater leadership impact, " on April 23 at 8:30 a.m. in room 1. We look forward to seeing you there! >>Learn more here .
Ina Gjkondi , Director, Executive Education and Leadership Coaching Services at GW-CEPL, was a panelist for the riveting session on " Technology and Innovative Solutions for the SDGs AI, FinTech and Blockchain " at the The 5th Annual Power of Collaboration Global Summit held at the United Nations in New York City . Read more about the agenda and speaker bios .

Director, Executive Education & Leadership Coaching Services,
GW-CEPL sponsored a panel, " What Women Leaders Must Do to be More Visible in the Media , " at the NGO Committee on the Status of Women (CSW) in NYC. The NGO CSW Forum advocates with Member States and the United Nations to promote women's rights and gender equality. This panel discussed and explored why women don't have significant visibility in the media, what stops women from being media-savvy role models, and what actions women must do to enable equal gender representation in traditional, digital and social media.
GW-CEPL Alumni News
Congratulations to Luther Reynolds, GW-CEPL Regional Executive Development Program (REDP) alumnus, new Chief of Police in Charleston, SC!
GW-CEPL is proud of our alumni and we spoke with Luther Reynolds before he departed to commence his role in a new region. Read here to learn about his leadership and REDP experience.
Chief of Police, Charleston, SC