Thulani DeMarsay is a highly experienced leadership coach specializing in contemplative leadership development. Drawing on mindfulness-based practices, Thulani helps leaders and their teams build the inner capacity necessary to guide their organizations through times of uncertainty and change. Her expertise is rooted in her doctoral research, which explored the intersection between leadership and contemplative practices.
Thulani is also the author of An Invitation to Contemplative Leadership, a powerful guide to help individuals lead with self-awareness and inner wisdom.
In today’s ever-changing workplace, reactive leadership approaches are no longer sufficient. The disruption we face presents an opportunity to open ourselves up to new ways of leading. These unprecedented times call for a fresh approach, and contemplative leadership offers a hopeful path toward growth, inner peace, and transformation.
A growing number of leaders are discovering that everything they need to become optimally effective in the service of others lies within themselves. Thulani works with leaders to develop the single most significant tool for their success: their inner selves.
Contemplative leadership places an emphasis on self-awareness, mindfulness, and other contemplative practices as a means of developing leadership skills. Thulani’s process helps individuals become more conscious of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
During coaching sessions, Thulani introduces various contemplative practices such as mindfulness, meditation, silence, conscious breathing, and other reflective techniques.
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This training examines the nature of unconscious bias and its impact in the workplace. It explores the science behind mindfulness and how it interrupts automatic, habitual responses.
Using mindful inquiry, I partner with leaders in their respective organizations to help foster a culture of resilience and effectiveness. My practice areas include organizational change, equity, diversity and inclusion and contemplative leadership.
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