Jim Dethmer is a coach, speaker, author, and founding partner at The Conscious Leadership Group. He has personally worked with over 150 CEOs and their teams to integrate conscious leadership into their organizations.
Jim also leads monthly Forums for select leaders in Chicago and New York, and trains coaches through The Conscious Leadership Group. He has spoken at Conscious Capitalism, Wisdom 2.0, Mindful Leadership Summit, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, and USC School of Medicine Greenville (where conscious leadership is part of the curriculum).
He is the co-author ofHigh Performing Investment Teams, andThe 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership, an Amazon bestseller (2015).
Jim lives in Chicago with his wife Debbie, and in Michigan, their soul’s home, when they’re recharging during the summer months.
What singular action sets up fathers to be fully present
Is the real you not fully present because you’re not willing to be?
How do you know when you’re ACTUALLY FULLY present?
Where do you feel in your body when you are present?
Why most Dads can only stay present for 0-3 seconds
The model of presence, drift and shift
When asking yourself, “where am I now?” makes or breaks a situation
What it means to be above the line and below the line
Why we’re hardwired to look for threats
The breath of acceptance
When the words “I will come back to you” are most effective
The difference between consciousness and presence (or is there one?)
“The antidote to fear isn’t courage, the antidote to fear is acceptance.” -Jim Dethmer
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