40 W. 4th Street,
Mansfield OH 44902
MANSFIELD - Is all the relentless change leaders face asking them to dig deeper? Sought-after executive coach and meditation expert Kristoffer Carter (KC), will address this question on the first stop of his fall book tour on Monday, Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Idea Works, 40 W. 4th Street, Mansfield.
In his powerful new book, “Permission to Glow: A Spiritual Guide to Epic Leadership” (available Oct. 5 and preorder Sept. 7), Carter creates intense awareness of the universal forces that hold leaders back — and gives them 4 Permissions: “... to transcend the crazy train of overwhelm and disruption, by using everything life offers as fuel to glow.”
“Leadership, truly epic leadership— is a spiritual quest. Where else would we find the capacity we need? It’s about expansion from the inside out. Most leaders I know don’t have any trouble getting tons of stuff done. Their next levels for growth are on the interior. They might start by sweating their calendars. Access to their full power happens at the soul level. That’s where we shift into becoming different people, capable of driving unprecedented results. Permission to Glow summarizes the 4 paths of getting there,” said Carter.
Carter will discuss how leaders have become laughably self-reliant, settling for “I got this” versus the unlimited potential of “We got this.” At the event, attendees will be entertained and inspired to think through how they can move from panic, to peace, to power.
Leaders face relentless change. What if they could tap into their true gifts instead of continuing on autopilot while trying to “crush it?”
“Permission to Glow lights a new path toward working on oneself first — then translating that into leadership at work, in society, and in our daily lives. Read it. Practice it. Live it,” said Mark T. Smucker, President & CEO, The J.M. Smucker Co.
Save your spot (it’s free) for the epic first stop on the Permission to Glow book tour on Sept. 20 at 6 p.m.
COVID-19 safety precautions - Masks are strongly encouraged and social distancing will be practiced.