Inner Brutality Reduction Workshop
with Anna Pinkerton
Rid your leadership and teams of brutality...
…so that you can create solidarity, and efficient productivity without becoming fatigued.
Explore your inner self-talk and where it scuppers your unique leadership skills and aims.
Reducing your inner brutality means you can more easily sustain yourself, uplift and support others, and manage change and challenges with goodwill.
What is Inner Brutality?
It’s the internal chatter, shouting and screaming at self. It’s the inner voice that doesn’t forgive you for mistakes, and even your misdemeanors. It’s the voice that blames you, shames you, and makes you hate you.
Leaders who deal firmly but thoroughly with their Inner Brutality create empathy with people who work with them and for them.
It helps them become approachable, encourages open communication and fosters productivity and empathy.
Rid your leadership and teams of brutality so that you can create solidarity, efficient productivity without becoming fatigued. Explore your inner self-talk and where it scuppers your unique leadership skills and aims. Reducing your inner brutality means you more easily sustain yourself, you uplift and support others, and manage change and challenges with goodwill.
Identify the signs of underlying traumatic stress and learn to spot the early signs of burnout in yourself and your team. Become more aware how subtle chronic stress cab become traumatic stress and know what your next steps are to dealing with it. Trauma informed leaders keep themselves and their people well, on-board, more resilient, and happier.
Dive deeper than a zero tolerance policy and rid your team/company of bullying once and for all. Discover how people with high levels of inner brutality (negative relationship with self) and a reduced emotional palette are more likely to rely on bullish behaviour. Buildng a workforce committed to emotional palette and inner brutality work actively gives your compnay the best chance to eradicate brutality/bullying in all its forms.