Shame: At The Arena Door

If you find yourself resisting big things at work, there may be an undercurrent of shame working against you. In this episode, Daring Way Facilitator & Consultant Ursula Lesic shares two things that you can do immediately that will help you stop pulling back and start stepping up.
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Meet Professional Coach and Brene Brown Certified Consultant and Facilitator, Ursula Lesic


Ursula Lesic show hostUrsula Lesic is Leadership Development Coach who works with women leaders in male dominated fields. Her clients like to do it all and rise strong. She helps them connect to their purpose and values while doing their best work. As a Brene Brown Certified Daring Way Consultant and Facilitator, Ursula offers retreats, intensives, and group programs. Ursula is one of only 42 Brene Brown Daring Way Case Consultants in the world. The mom of preschool twins Tesla & Jasmine, she is the only coach in the U.S. authorized to be a The Parenting Compass program facilitator.

Ursula is certified as a coach by the International Coaching Federation and is designated a Professional Coach (PC) with Duquesne University’s ICF Accredited Coach Training program.

Ursula holds a Masters of Science in Human Resources with a concentrated focus in Training & Development from La Roche College and a Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies with a concentrated focus in Leadership and Organizational Behavior from Duquesne University. Ursula is a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). Additionally, Ursula has a completed advanced training in Group Coaching, Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC), Somatic Coaching, Retreat Coaching, and Mastermind Facilitation. An innovative leadership expert, she brings a holistic approach to her practice. Whether it is one on one coaching, team development, or through her insightful workshops and presentations, Coach Ursula helps her clients reach their highest potential.

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