Conscious Feminine Leadership Training
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Pillars of Conscious Feminine Leadership
This training invites participants into the several pillars of Conscious Feminine Leadership formation, built upon and in the Motherline wisdom of Women Writing for (a) Change, founded in 1991 by Mary Pierce Brosmer (www.womenwriting.org):
Required Reading (a preliminary listing – will develop in concert with the community that gathers):
Lisa M Hess, PhD—licensed by Women Writing for (a) Change, Cincinnati, graduate of the 2013 Conscious Feminine Leadership Academy (CFLA), staff of the 2015 CFLA and main circle-holder/crafter of 2017 CFLA—is a companion, contemplative, spiritual director, scholar, poet, wife, daughter, sister, and teaching-elder (PCUSA). She has held sacred spaces for teaching & learning in Central Ohio for over 15 years, most visibly at United Theological Seminary in north Dayton and in WWfaC, Central Ohio in both Dayton and Columbus circles. A shy author she is...
Lisa Heckaman—certified by Women Writing for (a) Change, Cincinnati, graduate of the 2015 Conscious Feminine Leadership Academy and co-facilitator of WWfaC, Central Ohio circles in Dayton and Columbus—is also a spiritual director, companion, contemplative, wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, and sister with decades of contribution in ministry and educational settings. She currently serves on the Advisory Council of Wellstreams Spiritual Direction Training program. A tender of souls she is...
“We serve the common good as active, conscious-feminine leaders in traditional and non-traditional communities of practice, bringing deeply rooted wisdom wherever it is welcome.”
Context, Method, Aims
Context and Methodology: Conscious Feminine Leadership is necessarily contextual and organic within a community of practice, crafting conscious webs of relationship to root in the city of one’s core-circle and deepen there in streams of mentoring and collegiality upon the conclusion of the training. This CFLT is an open discernment with all interested women who have found themselves connected to the Central Ohio WWfaC affiliate, serving the circles in Dayton and Columbus, Ohio. [Women interested in ConFem training but living elsewhere without a local core-circle may be in touch with WWfaC in Cincinnati (www.womenwriting.org) or WWfaC in Bloomington, Indiana (https://womenwritingbloomington.org)].
Our method: Discern together, write-sit-play deeply, lean into discomforts for growth, mirror gifts and challenges gently, and integrate together, slowly.
Format & Learning Tools
Dates & Details (TBD)
(includes residential session(s), semester, Graduation weekend & instructional-supplies costs)