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Change management consultant Kelley Black’s unique brand of coaching involves Naam yoga and honest self-questioning.

“Why are you here?” she asks clients who take her classes. “What do you want to contribute?” After this simple exercise in authenticity, she then deftly turns a room full of Type A personalities into a relaxed and willing band of consciousness-seekers.

For Black, balance is not about juggling two diametrically opposed forces, but integrating them. She talks of “moving through the world from the heart with the intellect serving the heart — the two of them linked.” Her wisdom is self-liberating: Rather than driving a point home, elevate the conversation. Rise above the level of the problem. Feel whatever you’re feeling, but don’t get stuck in it.

About the Summit

The BIF Summit blends storytelling, co-creation, and random collisions of unusual suspects, creating the conditions for us together to imagine a better future. A future that represents a diversity of perspectives, views, identities and experiences across industries, sectors and disciplines.

21:43 | 2016 |

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