I’ve done a most drastic thing. Call it a risk. Call it foolish. Call it brave. I’ve called it all those things and more. Basically it’s part of a transition I’ve been going through for a while.
For 35 years I’ve called myself a Leadership and Organizational Development Consultant. That’s one hell of a mouthful. My most favorite part of that work has been the leadership side. Supporting, challenging, training, coaching and counseling leaders have been the juiciest parts of my work by far. And it’s paid the bills to boot.
For 25 years – in tandem with my consulting - I’ve been an activist for ending childhood sexual abuse.
A few years ago my daughter and others in her generation (and younger) started telling me I needed to offer my writing workshop for survivors online. I had ten years under my belt running them “in-person,” co-leading them with the wise and wonderful Jackie Humphreys. Doing them online – only audio, not video – sounded like a ridiculous idea.
Every support group I’ve led, every counseling session I’ve offered, every training I’ve performed, my eyes work overtime. They’re my second set of hands – holding the speakers heart while they talk, cry, laugh, roar or whisper.
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