In this FREE 30-page e-book, surprising insights from the world of tango social dance provide a dramatic new perspective on collaboration in the work place.
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Sharna is an internationally recognized tango artist, teacher, coach, and writer. Her innovative work connecting leadership with followership skills in the work place helps her clients find success by bringing presence and power into their relationships.
Yes! Learn how dancers train in the creative leader-follower dynamic and how it can rapidly transform working relationships with your colleagues, your team, and your boss.
The stereotype of the following role is passive and disengaged, but that isn't necessarily the real truth. In fact, stereotyping can become a self-fulfilling prophesy. Dance techniques illustrate alternative, empowering views of followership that make relationships efficient and powerful.
Despite an entire industry dedicated to leadership training, many leaders still struggle to organize, communicate, facilitate, and delegate effectively. Learn why our expectations of leadership might be too high, and how things fall into place with a few key adjustments to the leading role.
Successful professionals at every level are fluent in both leading and following skills, and know when to play each role. The summary questions at the end of each section will help you identify where changes in your own work routine may improve your relationships immediately.
Sharna's courses provide simple solutions to complex and stressful work situations. After only a few weeks, I was able to effectively communicate and get along with my manager who I could barely tolerate beforehand.
Marketing and Operations Specialist
Sharna is very skilled at teaching and fostering embodied awareness or mind-body connection. I am more confident, centered, and happy that I can ever remember feeling before.
Nonprofit Program Director
Practicing being organized in my thinking and more direct and clear in my communication is already beginning to translate to my work interactions.