Courses & Learning
Soul of Leadership
An innovative 18-month programme for anyone in a leadership role
Who is it for?
This programme is for you if you are in a formal or informal position of leadership in a business, public sector organisation, charity/voluntary organisation, or faith group and want to deepen your inner resources in order to lead with long-term effectiveness and integrity.
What does it involve?
This is an 18-month programme, running from January 2017 to June 2018.
- Four 4-day residentials
- Meetings (in-person/or virtual) with a small, regionally-based cohort between residentials
- Personal reflective practice
- An online forum for whole-group discussion and reflection.
- Monday 15 January - Thursday 18 January 2018
- Monday 4 June - Thursday 7 June 2018
- Monday 14 January - Thursday 17 January 2019
- Monday 10 June - Thursday 13 June 2019
What will I get out of it?
This programme will offer you restoration, renewal and revitalisation from the everyday challenges of holding a leadership position.
It will empower you to achieve greater professional efficiency while experiencing renewal and clarity of vision.
The Soul of Leadership will guide you on a journey of transformation as you integrate contemplative, spiritually-grounded practices into your life.
Who is running Soul of Leadership?
Soul of Leadership is offered in partnership with Shalem and will be led by Margaret Benefiel and Lynne Sedgemore. Read more about the tutors, their experience and professional work by clicking on the tutors names here, or following the links on the tabs to the right.
More information about the Soul of Leadership...
Further details about the Soul of Leadership programme at Woodbrooke are available to download in a PDF booklet.
How much does it cost?
Non-profit organisations and self-funded individuals: £3,100
For-profit organisations: £3,900
The fee covers: full-board accommodation (breakfast, lunch and dinner) for 4x 4-day residentials, from 9am on day one to afternoon tea on day four; all materials, online provision and input from course leaders between residentials.
How and when do I need to pay?
When your application has been accepted, we will request a 20% deposit to secure your place. Should you need to cancel or withdraw from the course there may be fees payable depending on the time of cancellation and monies already paid.
Self-funding individuals: we offer a number of different payment options to help spread the cost. Please down the brochure for more information.
If you would like to discuss the content and process of the course to decide if it is suitable for you before applying, please e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org For questions relating to Woodbrooke, fees, bursaries, etc. please email email@example.com or call 0121 472 5171.