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Coaching Community of Practice: The Art of Vulnerability

  • 24 Jan 2023
  • 5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
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The Art of Vulnerability

Today we, as humans, are more connected than ever before in our history because technology allows us to interact with people all around the world. However, many people are noticing they are connecting less and feeling less engaged.  

      In our January 24th program, we will begin the new year with practicing the art of vulnerability.  As we work with our clients and client systems the “V” word tends to get a ‘bad rap’ as it is often mistaken as a sign of weakness rather than strength. Self-awareness can enable us to connect with others deeply, use our ability to be vulnerable and create spaces where others are encouraged to do the same. Join us for a lively discussion of ways to deepen connection with ourselves and our clients to make the world a bit more intimate for those in our spheres of influence.


Presenter:  Olutosin “Olu” Burrell, MSOD, PCC

Olu is a polymath, wearing multiple hats as an Executive/Leadership Coach, People Strategy Consultant, Copywriter, Knowledge Philanthropist, and A.B.I.D.E. Consultant (Access, Belonging, Inclusion, Diversity and Equity).  A natural communicator, Olu counts storytelling as part of his strengths and, where appropriate, includes them in his engagements as he encourages his clients to craft their own legend. Olu received his Master’s degree in Organization Development from American University and a Comprehensive Evidence-Based Coaching certification from Fielding Graduate University. Olu is based in Washington, DC.

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