Join us for our webinar on “Staying Centered in Chaos” with Heather Berthoud (Cohort 28, Faculty).
What happens when crises in the client system need a quick fix? What if your client has an emergency, but other important work still requires attention?
In this session, we’ll explore how to stay centered and remain in the process in order to allow transformation to take place.
With 25 years in organization effectiveness, Heather Berthoud is a thoughtful and trusted partner to organizational and community leaders. Whether working on individual coaching, team dynamics, leadership development, organizational change, or diversity and inclusion, she combines a passion for social justice with a practical results-orientation. She builds the ability of leaders and organizations to accomplish their goals, learn, and enjoy. Clients and colleagues describe her as insightful, fun, straightforward, challenging and supportive.
Her clients include Advocates for Youth, American Federation of Teachers (AFT), Center for Community Change, NARAL Prochoice America, the National Employment Law Center, and the Sierra Club. In addition to her consulting practice, she is faculty for the American University Masters in Organization Development and a Professional Associate at the Gestalt International Study Center.
She has authored several publications on diversity, planning, training and consulting, including “The Paradox of Diversity in Social Change Organizations” is available for download at Practising Social Change. Committed to lifelong learning, she recently completed global leadership and organizational studies through the Gestalt iGOLD certification program. She is a Fellow at the Cornell Worker Institute, and a member of NTL Institute, the Organization Development Network, and the Gestalt International Study Center.
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