Women’s Leadership Program: “Find your Voice”
- Holding back on what you really think or feel?
- Saying “yes” to great advancement opportunities that just turn into lot of extra work?
- Suspecting you have more to contribute?
- Exhausted by your own flexibility, adaptability and ease with compromise?
- Wishing you could speak more calmly and firmly when you experience or observe a dynamic related to gender, age, or racial bias?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then this program is for you.
In this dynamic, 6-month Leadership Program, you will learn and practice and commit to:
Ask for what you need
Confront others when their actions bother you
Express more parts of yourself
Engage in less self-criticism
Raise and resolve conflict
Trust your intuition
Become more influential
In a small curated group of women leaders hand-picked through Rebecca’s network, you will have the opportunity to meet other values-driven women from diverse backgrounds who want to make a positive social impact on the world and likewise seek to lead using non-dominant, collaborative approaches. Women in this group know they may appear confident and “successful” but they also struggle to embrace their own power. Women in this group will be committed to taking advantage of this moment in their lives and career to make a change and elevate their impact and influence.
What are our needs and is it ok to have them?
Calming the inner critic
Creating a vision and intention for what’s possible
Cultivating intuition through visual imagery and body awareness
Practicing and role playing using positive assertive language
Free Exploratory Call to find out if this Program is right for you
Group Kick-Off and Program Orientation
Personal One on One Assessment and Goal Setting Session
Full Group Retreat
April – June:
Monthly Group Calls
Monthly personal one on one coaching sessions
Rebecca is a certified professional coach, leadership trainer, and organizational facilitator. For over 18 years Rebecca has worked in all facets of leadership development. She has held in-house director level positions, managed global health fellowships at the Public Health Institute, and run her own consulting practice since 2000. She got her start as a summer camp counselor, has worked as an administrative assistant, and also as a community organizer. Rebecca is fluent in Spanish and English – her exploration of language, culture and identity taking her from teenage do-gooder in Mexico, to exploring her family’s roots in Spain, to immigrant rights activist in Oakland, to supporting the end of maternal and neo-natal preventable deaths in Central America.
Rebecca currently runs her own coaching practice where she works with women in leadership positions find their voice, deepen their impact, and broaden their visibility; while dropping the need to please or over-perform.
Rebecca serves on faculty at Leadership that Works, an International Coach Federation accredited coach training program, teaches Coaching for Managers, Facilitation Skills, and Conflict Resolution at Compasspoint Nonprofit Services, and also facilitates a course on interpersonal dynamics at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
When not coaching, Rebecca can be found dancing at Rhythm and Motion, lost in a novel, or cheering on her teenage kids on the soccer field or dance studio.