In my world, conscious leaders develop their own self-awareness as a cornerstone of relationships for effective, innovative and compassionate leadership to inspire people and create connection.
Free your workplace from energy draining patterns that make meetings drag on and stifle clear communication and innovation. Conscious culture brings people together, encourages candid conversations and grows connected teams.
Recent Blog Posts
By Meg Dennison Becoming a conscious leader asks you to become self-aware. Knowing your Enneagram type helps you understand yourself. Welcoming feedback and learning your recipe for reactivity are two of the three essential practices to self-awareness for conscious...read more
By Meg Dennison What comes to mind when you hear the word feedback? Performance reviews at work, your spouse’s criticism, a comment about your dating life or your colleague’s unhappiness with the last project you managed? They are all feedback, and since we are...read more
By Meg Dennison Becoming a conscious leader is a journey of self-awareness. Leaders who notice when they're getting triggered and know how to stop themselves can reclaim their inner balance. Reactivity comes from fear The same primal reaction that saved our ancestors...read more
Conscious leadership training for our Fourthwave entrepreneurs has been a powerful way to help participants cultivate self-reflection uncommon in startup programs, but vital to sustainable culture. Meg real time experience came through in the classroom, as well as in one-on-one coaching that’s creating enormous benefits for our CEOs.Tracy Saville
Meg is a truly transformational coach. She manages to be both challenging and supportive at once and created a high-trust learning environment that was an effective catalyst for growth among the leaders in our group, Whether in a large group setting or smaller virtual forum, you can count on Meg for insightful and incisive guidance.Kelly Wenzel
Working with Meg has boosted my career in ways I never imagined. I’m now fully seeing myself as the effective and inspiring leader I’ve always been. The conscious leadership practices I’ve brought to my team at a large public organization are making a noticeable difference in how we talk and work with each other. I’ve also learned to effectively manage my energy for greater productivity and less stress, so I’m happier at work and at home.Nicole Butler
We wanted to create a company with a compelling culture of purpose and meaning. Working with Meg opened new possibilities for how to make that transition and allowed us to quickly activate our strategy and create the culture we wanted for our ideal workplace.Adam Bouchard
The best way to reach me is via email. I’m located in the San Francisco Bay area. I also travel and meet with clients virtually.