Led by Sarah Alexander
Labour MP Jo Cox left us with a pertinent message: “We are far more united and have far more in common with each other than the things that divide us.” But at this time of polarisation, fragmentation and division in society, this message seems a far cry from reality.
In our personal journey from emotional intelligence to spiritual intelligence, we come to the realisation that we share the same core essence. We recognise that we all have different bodies and personalities with a host of varied beliefs. And yet it is this commonality within that ultimately unites us.
In our discussion, we will be considering how we live this practically day-to-day and bring this shared unity into every aspect of our life experience.
After the discussion ends, join us for coffee, wine,snacks and great networking at a nearby cafe. Everyone pays for themselves.
Sarah Alexander offers coaching and training for coaches, consultants and business professionals based on the principles set out in her book Spiritual Intelligence in Leadership. Sarah combines this mental tool kit with the latest neuroscience and practical strategies for success. She acts as a GPS for her clients: ensuring they remain on track to their chosen destination.
Sarah Alexander has had 16 years’ experience as a coach and trainer. Over that time, she has worked with entrepreneurs, sports professionals and performers on the international stage and leaders in multinational organisations in the UK, Europe and the Far East.
Sarah has written many articles for magazines and national newspapers including The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail and Huffington Post. She has also spoken regularly on the radio. In The Daily Express she has been described as “the elegant, calm and collected guru of all things inner gleaming”. Sarah is the author of Spiritual Intelligence in Leadership and Spiritual Intelligence in Business.
Full refund minus 10% up to 72 hours beforehand (16th September) after which we apologise, but cannot offer any refund due to room hire and administration costs.