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Cultivating Joy

Cultivating Joy

What We Study

We'll understand joy as a key building block for meaning in our lives, and examine why joy has largely gone missing in the workplace, exploring the profound impact this can have on ‘good business.’ 

As we explore the cultivation of joy through well being, we’ll apply practice within the ‘joy equation’ of awe, acceptance, and generous connection. We’ll step up to our ‘responsibility’ to awe, tap meaning from the ancient Romans and Stoic philosophy, and come to understand 'collective effervescence' as a key to joy, ultimately embracing joy as something to live versus learn.

A deeper look at the unexpected foundational leadership quality of joy, unique in its power as a force multiplier. We’ll learn to actively cultivate joy and build a culture of well-being through the lens of finding meaning, creating generous connection, and tapping into awe.

This key dimension of leadership is one of ten specific attributes through which we grow great leaders. Whether you are interested for yourself, or your team (or both!) we offer profoundly effective avenues for growth.

Team Workshops

We specialize in facilitating “people-first” in-person team workshops that both inspire and engage. Our original curriculum and progressive points of reference, combined with custom integration and thoughtful facilitation, creates meaningful, memorable impact.


Virtual Learning Series

Forged during a pandemic business pivot, we offer a remarkable virtual learning model relevant for all teams. While we know many are ‘screen wary/weary,’ we invite you to learn how we use a digital platform to accomplish next-level impact.


Personal Development

Working through the lens of our ten dimensions of Evolved Leadership, we offer human-centered individual mentorship, addressing specific leadership challenges, igniting meaningful growth, and lifting with integrity.


This was the only meeting I looked forward to every week, and I always walked away with a smile, feeling like the time spent was worth it and meaningful.

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