Number of Classes:  4

Class Duration:  60 Minutes

Live Class Times:

Tuesdays,

8:00 - 9:00 PMEDT

March 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th

All Sessions will be recorded for your viewing convenience

Tuition:  $99

Circle Members 20% Discount

Embodied Styles of Female Power

 

Re-defining the Power of Leadership:

From Dominating to Influencing

 

Systemic Misogyny and Embodied Styles of Female Power

Elizabeth Nelson, PhD

Three decades ago, I envisioned my vocation in a simple statement: women at their best. But what does “best” mean when women live, work, love, play, and create within the toxic bounds of systemic misogyny? How do we discover and define ourselves in the context of the profound relationships that make a difference personally and communally, in which treating others with empathy, kindness and dignity is our highest value?

This series of webinars is designed for women eager to lead the way to repairing a deeply wounded world. I adopt an archetypal eye to explore the contemporary resurgence of toxic masculinity and argue that the immanent death of patriarchy makes this a most dangerous cultural moment—and an opportune one. The webinar dismantles conventional notions of power as domination to differentiate among many embodied styles of power. Participants will discover their preferred styles and begin to build a repertoire of ethical ideas and actions that suits their character, capacities, and values.

Webinar 1: March 9th
The cultural challenge: Toxic Masculinity and Systemic Misogyny

Webinar 2: March 16th
Examining our preferred styles of power

Webinar 3: March 23rd
Adding to our repertoire of powers

 

March 30th

Module Wrap-Up and Discussion

About the Teacher

Elizabeth Nelson, PhD

Elizabeth Nelson, PhD, serves as core faculty and Dissertation Policy Director of Pacifica Graduate Institute near Santa Barbara, California, where she has been teaching since 2003.  Elizabeth holds a Ph.D. in depth psychology. As a professional writer and editor for more than 30 years, she coaches aspiring authors across a variety of genres and styles. She is author of: Art of Inquiry, A Depth Psychological Perspective and Psyche's Knife: Archetypal Explorations of Love and Power