Virtual 2-Part Series Session #1: Wednesday, January 24 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Session #2: Thursday, January 25 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM The purpose of this two-part workshop is to unpack definitions
Virtual 2-Part Series
Wednesday, January 24
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Thursday, January 25
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
The purpose of this two-part workshop is to unpack definitions of “failure”, assessing their roots and effects, so that individuals may reclaim emotional control and build confidence.
Participants will develop new interpretations of failure as well as establish a practice of self-compassion and self-forgiveness, along with the creating their own basis for a system of emotional and stress release. What we really fear is what failure will do to us
- Excavate the roots of our feelings around failure through gentle guidance and questioning
- Assess the damage inflicted by our mindset and expose the fallacy of those “failure” definitions
This program is ideal for: everyone
Cost: Free for SLA Members. $250 non-member. $200 nonprofits.
Individuals who are either unemployed or connected with an employer who is unable to pay can request scholarships for any of our programs.
About Our Facilitator
Emily Morash — A multi-disciplined, ever-curious professional, Emily cut her teeth in the nonprofit world, creating and launching organizations and strengthening existing operations.
With a robust sense of purpose and an irrepressible sense of humor, she embraced the vast nonprofit sector with grace and fervor.
After two successful decades in the nonprofit field, Emily shifted her focus to leadership and team development consulting, with a heavy focus on empathy and mindfulness, founding Hampton Morash, LLC, while also sharing her entrepreneurial and nonprofit management knowledge through teaching at the collegiate level.
Emily teaches graduate courses for Johnson and Wales University and is a lead instructor for the Accelerated Training Center for Workforce Development at Columbus State Community College. She has also instructed workforce development and leadership development classes for Community College of Rhode Island and Bryant University.
Emily received a double B.A. in Sociology and Psychology from the University of Tennessee and earned her M.S. in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University.
She is a certified mediator, mindfulness and REBT coach, Everything DiSC® certified partner, Five Behaviors™ certified partner, and the creator of The Mindful Leader Practice™.
Sporting a robust portfolio, Emily is a professional facilitator, public speaker, and business consultant.
24 (Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 25 (Thursday) 3:30 pm