Posts Tagged ‘Developing Boundaries’

LEAD in Istanbul – teambuilding and leadership

May 2, 2010

More than 3 years ago, I had the honor of attending an International Coach Training Program and became friends with a talented woman, Gila Seritcioglu. We set an intention to present L-E-A-D workshops in her country, Turkey.

That intention, vision and dream became a reality. At the beginning of the month I presented Unharness Your Leader-Self, Leading and Living Your Vision, and Boundaries LEAD workshops in Istanbul, Turkey.   

                     
       Gila, Lupen and Sue in Istanbul, Turkey
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Abuse is on the rise, know what to look for!

April 27, 2009

Our tough economic times are bringing out stress and extreme behaviors.  You read it in the paper every day… if you can find it through the massive articles about foreclosures, stockmarket decline and the rising unemployment.  Spouses are shooting whole families then turning the guy on themselves. Robberies are rampant. Emotional, Verbal, Physical, Sexual, Child, Teen, and Elderly abuse is on the rise. (more…)

Horses: Bring order to emotional chaos

March 24, 2009

A horse is a horse of course, of course… but it can be used in a powerful way to teach us valuable life lessons

 

Horses are natural teachers – if we allow them to be.  They are prey animals.  This means that in the wild they are constantly on the look out for threats of any kind.  They must be keenly aware of their surroundings to survive.

         

When we interact with horses we can learn incredible lessons about ourselves by using the horse’s keen awareness to gather information about how we interact with our world and others.  (more…)