You’ve been a driving force in your organization, and whether or not you give yourself credit, you carry an impressive list of accomplishments. But in order to achieve your goals, you’ve made some sacrifices along the way: your time, your relationships, your health… your own peace of mind.
And yet, you feel called to step even more fully into your potential. To clarify your personal vision, and a bigger vision for your organization. To find a path forward that aligns you with your greatest possible impact.
Whether it's a keynote for your next event, a series of embodied-leadership energy breaks, or a custom session for your women’s Employee Resource Group, author LeeAnn Mallorie’s interactive talks are guaranteed to inspire both insight and action.
Using a unique combination of science, personal story and engaging interactive activities, LeeAnn helps your audience translate new ideas directly into action. Her fierce compassion and non-judgmental presence create the conditions that deepen connections, encourage vulnerability and build trust among your audience members.
Leadership and innovation can be exhausting—especially when a woman’s very presence challenges the status quo.
When a passionate woman is working hard to make a positive impact in her organization or industry, it can be tempting for her to ignore her body in order to "get ahead."
This unconscious choice leads to some success in the short run… but in the long run it breeds self-sabotage, saps her energy, and ultimately becomes her biggest career-limiting move.
LeeAnn offers powerful presentations on a range of leadership topics—from embodied leadership to walking the talk when it comes to corporate values.
Her latest keynote explores how internalized glass ceilings can block a woman’s effectiveness, and reveal the top four ways female leaders and entrepreneurs unintentionally derail their own success. Click on the video for a sneak peak of LeeAnn's keynote.
Workplace discrimination isn't women’s fault. However, they do have leverage to advance their leadership by shifting internalized patriarchal programming and counterproductive habits.
Reconnecting with the body’s wisdom can change the game—and dissolve internalized glass ceilings—for good.
Focusing on the intersection of leadership (power, presence, purpose, strategy, influence, drive) and resilience (balance, sustainability, mindfulness, self-care) uncovers core domains of self-sabotage, creates a powerful synergy and unlocks layers of potential in even the most successful women.
LeeAnn Mallorie, MAPP, is the founder and CEO of Guts & Grace and sister firm Leading in Motion. LeeAnn began her career as an executive coach in 2005, working with leaders and teams from around the globe. Yet she consistently found something was missing—the body.
LeeAnn's leadership keynotes offer a concrete, actionable doorway to greater power, resilience, influence, ethics and impact at work. She has spent over a decade helping leaders face bottom-line challenges while combating both meaning depletion and burnout.