In this webinar we will look at how we can assist organizations and business people to explore how they can access their own wisdom, by understanding the Principles that are responsible for the creation of all human experience.
Natasha who has been a business trainer and consultant for 20 years will talk about how she in a very practical way facilitates businesses to trust in wisdom's ability to bring them fresh ideas, new thinking and solutions to problems.
Low quality thinking can reduce engagement, clarity, energy, resourcefulness, insightfulness, and resilience. By understanding how the mind works, it puts us in charge of our clarity of mind and well-being at home and at work.
We will explore:
Please join Natasha Swerdloff for this webinar where she will be sharing her knowledge and insights about what organizations want, and how to present the Three Principles understanding in a business context.
- How you can bring the Three Principles into a business context
- What is important for organizations to know about how the mind works
- Why it makes sense for organizations to learn about the Principles so that they can enhance their abilities to operate productively and with greater ease.
Natasha SwerdloffI first came across this understanding in 2012 when a friend told me about something she called The Three Principles. I had not heard about it before, and having been interested in personal growth and integral psychology for 25 years I was a bit skeptical.
I went to my first training — everything I heard sounded so simple and I felt like I already knew what was being talked about. It intuitively made sense to me, so it felt like arriving back home to a space inside that I always knew was there but had forgotten about.
In the beginning, I was looking for the “how to,” the “3 magic steps,” or some sort of application that would make it easy for me to teach this to others.
I have been self-employed since 1996 and have delivered business trainings and executive coaching and often talk at conferences all over the world, so finding ways of getting this simple message across was of value to me.
It took a while before I realized that this understanding is insight-based, and that there are no “quick fixes” or “how-tos.” I now own The Principles Institute and provide organizational development, consulting, training, and coaching with a Three Principles-based approach.
Natasha is the co-author of the book “Coming Home” that she has written with Dr. Dicken Bettinger. The book is available on amazon.co.uk
I am based in Denmark, married to John, and enjoy spending time with friends and family, cooking, gardening, being in nature, traveling, and riding my Harley-Davidson in the summer time.