ONE LONG EXHALE IN YOU, ONE GIANT LEAP IN YOUR RESONANCE I invite you to let out a long, slow...
CEO of The Institute for Zen Leadership
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With a background in physics and doctorate in biophysics, Ginny Whitelaw has a lifelong passion for energy, resonance and the human body. This interest led to deep physical training and her becoming a 5th degree black belt in Aikido and a roshi in Rinzai Zen. It also led to senior leadership experience at NASA, where she was in charge of integrating the Space Station Program. But it was integrating mind, body and energy with leadership itself that became her calling and, for over 25 years, she’s taught this whole leadership worldwide.
Her work has spanned companies, not-for-profits, and executive education programs including NASA, Merck, Novartis, T. Rowe Price, Mercer, Hillrom, JNJ, Bank of America, and Columbia University. In 2012, she founded the Institute for Zen Leadership and has authored 4 books, including Resonate (2020).
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What Participants Are Saying
"Ginny has blown it out of the park with this work...I have gone through the course but will be reading the book again and look forward to putting more into practice - especially becoming the other."
Leadership & Executive Coach
"I want to thank and celebrate Ginny for her vulnerability, generosity and wisdom in both writing the book AND then launching this wonderful training."
Dr. Mark Seton, PhD
Professor, The University of Sydney
"Ginny, thank you for all the love and caring that went into designing and delivering this excellent program. You are an inspiring and caring leader and a role model. Sensing into those energy patterns was a real hoot and I am already using the inner and outer practices on a daily basis. I will continue to bring this up with my clients in my own way to get them to a place of resonance."
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