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Into-Me-See Leadership

When you are fully connected and aware of what’s happening inside, and with your body, you can be more present in your relationships.

In this episode of the Beauty of Conflict, we talk about a concept you might have heard before but directly link it to something else. CrisMarie and Susan share their thoughts on intimacy and Into-Me-See. The latter refers to the quality of being present and aware of ourselves as a whole - not only our head, heart, or body - and our relationship with another person. This leadership style is something they bring to their work with teams, helping them reach a level of intimacy in which they can show up Into-Me-See. Leadership is not only about getting things done; it’s also about being connected with ourselves to make the best decision and help our team be successful.

Listen to this episode to find tips on becoming more intimate with yourself before creating a common ground with your team.

If you’d like us to speak at your organization about conflict, stress, team-building, or leadership, work with your team virtually, or coach you or leaders on your team, reach out to us!

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Key Take-Aways

  • What Into-Me-See and Intimacy mean.

  • How do people understand intimacy.

  • Why having intimacy with team members will help you bring out their full potential.

  • How to react when a flood of emotions comes after a triggering situation.

  • What anchor points can someone develop for grounding themselves and being more compassionate.

  • How breathing exercises can connect us to our bodies.



CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke

Coaches, Business Consultants, Speakers and Authors of The Beauty of Conflict

CrisMarie and Susan work with leaders and teams, couples in business, and professional women.

They help dysfunctional turnaround teams into high-performing, cohesive teams who trust each other, deal with differences directly, and have clarity and alignment on their business strategy, so they create great results.

Download the eBook, How to Talk About Difficult Topics, today!

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