Jump into the world of empowerment and uncover the keys to creating the life you desire.
In this Allowed Essentials minisode, learn about the powerful concept of the Empowerment Triangle. Join Caneel as she explains the three essential roles within this triangle: the Creator, the Coach, and the Challenger. Emphasizing the importance of taking responsibility, Caneel explores how your choices, beliefs, and actions shape your life. Radical responsibility, embracing curiosity, and focusing your attention on all that you can control can lead to profound creativity, growth, and transformation.
Caneel breaks down the fascinating concept of the Drama Triangle as she delivers a crash course on the victimhood mentality that can keep you stuck and disempowered in your life. Reclaim your power, break free from drama, and step into conscious leadership.
Gossip is a pervasive form of drama that infects entire teams when left unchecked. Gossip matters because it is one of the easiest ways to spread drama in any social setting, in any relationship, in any team, and in any company.
Gossip keeps you in Below the Line feelings like shame, blame, paranoia, and guilt. Shifting your mindset and practicing gossip-free leadership moves you and your team towards the incredible benefits you get living in Above the Line empowerment.
Drama patterns like gossip stifle creativity and collaboration. By consciously leading your team and yourself out of the gossip habit, you can facilitate creative and safe collaboration.
This episode will help you move into a place of true acceptance of yourself and others, no matter where you find yourself at the moment. This framework is your roadmap to consciously navigate through life, without shame, blame, guilt, or judgment. There is no wrong place to be. Conscious leadership involves self-exploration and giving yourself permission to experience life and leadership in new ways. This episode emphasizes the importance and benefits of self-awareness and self-acceptance has on your life and leadership.
Drama is toxic, stifling, and contagious. Teams break down and creativity grinds to a halt when drama is involved. It is up to us, as leaders, to mitigate the drama and empower ourselves and our teams. This can be difficult without the right tools and mindsets to empower your leadership.
In this episode, enjoy the skill-building executive coaching series Caneel gifted a Fortune 500 client after an in-person leadership training session. You will learn 10 essential skills that will guide you in how to shift yourself out of drama – and for you managers of people – how to help your teams learn to end drama as well.
After this episode, you will have experience with the concepts, mindsets, and practices of this important aspect of conscious leadership, and you will also have free tools and practical applications to bust drama in your professional and personal life.
The world has seen dramatic changes taking place through many businesses and the way we live our daily lives due to the COVID-19 crisis. On this episode, we speak to Jess Kolko at Whole Foods Market HQ to get a look inside how one of the most beloved grocers in the US has quickly adjusted and managed their company and their team to, not only keep business running, but also help all of us who rely on essential services like these during uncertain times.
Do you like to solve any problem as soon as they come up? Do you find yourself often swooping in to save other people from bad things that might happen or to teach them stuff they really, REALLY need to know so that more bad things don’t happen? You might be a hero if you seek to help, solve, or fix in order to relieve discomfort or suffering from yourself or others.
Throughout this episode, discover what the drama triangle hero archetype is and how heroing is a form of perpetuating drama and powerlessness in your own life and the lives around you. Wake up to the costs of your own heroing and learn how you’re allowed to help others without continuing a cycle of suffering.
Dive into the Villain mindset on the drama triangle. As part of the drama triangle series, this episode will teach you about the powerful Villain aspect. The Villain guilts, shames, judges, and blames. Learning this framework will make you more self-aware about limiting mindsets that lead to drama and dysfunction.
By the end of the episode, you will gain more skills to move away from drama and towards empowerment. Question the stories that hold you back and free yourself from negative cycles.
Discover how you might be unintentionally making yourself a magnet for negativity and drama. You will learn how to avoid creating negative circumstances in your life, and how to reverse the pattern if it starts happening. Get your life to start operating FOR YOU instead of against you. Throughout this coaching session, gain the skills to recognize if you’re in a victim mindset and learn what steps you can take to change your mindset so that you can move out of drama and into empowerment.
Get started on the path of living Above the Line and going from victimhood to a place of power. You’ve learned how to recognize drama and identify if you or others are Below the Line. Now find empowerment by shifting Above the Line into the Empowerment Triangle. Discover the three distinct forms of power that are available to you Above the Line when you are being a Conscious Leader. The 3 aspects of the Empowerment Triangle are the Coach, the Challenger, and the Creator, and up there in that state of flow, anything is possible. Throughout this episode learn how to shift out of drama and into power. Power is a place where you can resolve issues permanently, where you can learn, where you are free to create the life that you want. Empowerment means you are responsible without blame or judgment, and a visionary Creator dedicated to creating the life you want.