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“Women continually seek a creative solution—listening for ideas, adjusting their understanding of what is important, and asking for relevant details.” – Harvard Business Review, “How Women Decide”
In the swarm, we leverage our collective intelligence and use our natural strengths as women to help one another problem solve in our businesses and careers. The Emerging Women facilitator instructs you in the swarm process and then places you into a small group of women. The facilitator then guides you with prompts through a brainstorming process for each woman’s challenge. Think of this like a peer mentoring session with a group of strategically-minded, impact-oriented conscious leaders.
Chantal’s passion is to empower women through feminine leadership. After earning an MBA from the University of Colorado, Chantal left a career in medical device manufacturing in search of work that would align her dedication to transformative leadership with her passion for living an inspired, impactful life. In September 2012, she founded Emerging Women and Emerging Women Live in order to support the integration of business and meaning. Chantal’s ultimate vision is to weave feminine leadership and authenticity into businesses, and to create a world where women have a strong voice in the shaping of our future. Prior to Emerging Women, Chantal served on the executive team as the VP of Sales and Marketing for Sounds True, a multimedia publishing company focused on spirituality, personal growth, and holistic living. Chantal believes that dance is one of the most powerful ways to connect to our present experience and discover the truth of who we are. As a side project during her years in publishing, she created SoulSweat™, a dynamic dance program that combines structured choreography with wild abandonment. She taught for 12 years, and released SoulSweat, the DVD, in 2007. When she is not dancing or working to empower women around the world, Chantal enjoys family time with her husband and two sons in Boulder, CO.
Feeling stuck? Pitch your problem to the group in monthly Swarm and let the hive mind help brainstorm a way through. Using breakout technology, members of the Emerging Women community can share advice from their own experiences, contacts from their trusted networks, and innovative, collaborative solutions that entrepreneurs and leaders just can’t come up with in isolation. Leverage the intelligence of the collective to dissolve barriers and keep you moving forward as a leader.