Upcoming Events 

We raise awareness about the power of applying compassion in leadership at workshops and conferences. We'd love for you to join us at our next public event!


CELGene international day of peace Conference

September 21st, 2018 in New Jersey

This event is private and invite only. 

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Women Together: We the Change

October 26th, 2018 in Irvington, NY

What are the building blocks of connection? We will offer experiences and practices that invite participating women to become more self-aware, compassionate, vulnerable, connected and to live courageously.

This event is public and can be accessed in-person or through live stream.



November 14-16th, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA

"Our work is complex, but our common goal is simple—we dedicate ourselves to creating positive change and improving lives. That’s exactly why changemakers from all sectors come together for Upswell, an immersive, high-energy forum for passionate individuals committed to turning ideas into action. Here you’ll connect with like-minded peers to forge strategic partnerships, address big challenges, exchange lessons learned and explore current best practices for advancing your mission and reaching your organizational goals."

Click on the link below to learn more and register.

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Wisdom 2.0 2018 conference

Feb 23rd, 2018 - 2:00 - 2:45 pm PST

Connection is authentically and meaningfully relating to others. It's the building of a bridge that allows for understanding to flow freely. It honors our shared humanity and interdependence. Everyone has the capacity for connection, but the ability to connect can and has to be learned. It does not come through simple tools and frameworks. It comes through inner work and practice.

Learn more by clicking the video below

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March 1st, 2018 - 2:00 - 2:45 pm PST

How can Leading Through Connection support entrepreneurship and leaders, especially as women, P.O.C., and under-represented groups?


May 31st, 2018 - 6:30 - 8:30 PST

There’s a predominant worldview that when we show up to work, we need to leave our humanity at home. As leaders, we work hard, sacrifice ourselves, and feel guilty when we take time off. The problem is, the way we treat ourselves is the lens by which we treat others. Without knowing how to extend compassion to oneself and people we work with, we are creating cultures that are leading to more stress and disengagement at work.

In this interactive workshop, you will:

  • Learn to develop awareness of how your thoughts and feelings impact your behavior while you're interacting with others

  • Learn practices to manage anxiety at work, as a form of self-compassion

  • Grapple with real-life scenarios and identify how you might extend compassion to others



June 4th, 2018 - 12:30 - 4:30 PST

Giving advice feels rewarding when we can truly help others. The challenge is, we don’t always know how to give it. We can sometimes feel like we’re not capable of giving advice, misread what someone means, or jump to solutions when the other person doesn’t want any. The good news, everyone is capable of giving meaningful advice when you take the time to really connect with them.

Our friends at Leading Through Connection will teach you a different taking on both giving and receiving advice through a fun, interactive activity.

  • Learn practices to genuinely relate to people, even when it’s difficult

  • Have the opportunity to test practices for connection with other attendees

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June 28th, 2018

Leading in the modern world requires an ability to manage constant change and complexity while staying connected to your teams, colleagues, and customers. Learning how to harness connection, the ability to authentically and meaningfully relate with others, amidst a busy work schedule and stress can transform your leadership. Most leadership programs focus on frameworks and tools without addressing the underlying fears and assumptions that can hold you back from effectively connecting with others. In this session, we will introduce an approach that integrates mindfulness and compassion as foundations for interacting with and leading others. We will also share and discuss the challenges specific to women leaders who make up just 17% of executive leadership.