How to Lead Consciously and Inclusively at Work and in the World with Carley Hauck

In this episode of the Emerging Women Podcast, Chantal is joined by Shine Leadership founder Carley Hauck to discuss Carley’s new book and how to lead consciously and inclusively at work and in the world. Carley talks about what it means to shine in a world that can seem dark at times. As we shine as leaders, we can show others a way forward to a flourishing workplace and planet. Find out how Carley Hauck does it in this episode of the Emerging Women Podcast

About Chantal Pierrat

Chantal Pierrat is Founder & CEO of Emerging Women, a global network of brilliant women creating new leadership paradigms and supporting the rise of leaders across all sectors of society. Chantal is a celebrated podcast host, speaker, thought leader, coach, and entrepreneur dedicated to advancing conscious leadership and helping women be seen, heard and lead from the truth of who they are. Her ideas have been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post, The Street and more. Emerging Women has graduated thousands of women (and men) from peer mentoring and sponsorship programs sponsored by such Fortune 500/100 organizations as HP, Inc., Halliburton, Oracle Corp. and more. 

About Carley Hauck

Carley Hauck is founder of Shine Leadership and is an author, leadership consultant, learning architect, Stanford Instructor, and sought-after speaker who teaches people, leaders, and teams to lead consciously from the inside and re-envision a workplace and world that prioritizes people and planet first. As a leadership expert, she partners with some of the top organizations in the world helping enhance cultures of high performance, collaboration, trust, and belonging. Her new book Shine: Ignite Your Inner Game to Lead Consciously at Work and in the World is available now!

Insight from this episode:

Benefits of conscious and inclusive leadership and how to foster it. 

Reasons we must be open and learn from each other in our changing, diversifying world. 

Tips for leading from a whole and balanced place and having a positive ripple effect on others. 

Why you might want to tell your team members and others at work you love them.  

Quotes from the show:

“In order to bring the greatest potential in ourselves, in our workplaces, and our world, sometimes we have to shine the light on the dark, on the things that are not always so pleasant, on the systems, and structures, or behaviors frankly, that need to shift that need to change. That requires that we do it with a certain skill, with a certain cultivation, and ways of being that allows us to do that from a place of love and truth.” –Carley Hauck Emerging Women Podcast

“You don’t have to be given that title [of leader]. We can all be leaders, and I actually feel like that’s call right now. What is that thing that you want to be the change for? What is that thing that you’re feeling a fire in your belly about? Or passion about? Or you recognize, this isn’t right?” –Carley Hauck Emerging Women Podcast

“Conscious and inclusive leaders have this stronger sense of purpose. They understand that leadership is about serving. And they’re also really wanting to support more soulfulness in organizations. They’re not all about more is better, faster because we know that leads to burnout. Is there a more feminine way that’s balanced with the masculine?” –Carley Hauck Emerging Women Podcast

“Some of the complexities of our world– a lot of them– we need everybody. We need everyone, especially when we look at some of these large problems that impact everyone. That requires a much more diverse group of people with different thoughts, different experiences, different perspectives, different educations and knowledge.” –Carley Hauck Emerging Women Podcast

“If I’m a burned out leader, and I’m not balanced and whole on the inside, I’m not using certain resources, skills to really lead from a more balanced, healthy place, that’s going to have a ripple effect with my team members, with the culture at work. I’m going to be more reactive, not as responsive, not as skillful. I’m probably going to be more scarcity based versus leading from love and generosity and abundant mindset. And that’s just how our nervous systems work.” –Carley Hauck Emerging Women Podcast

“Especially since we’ve had this shift in how we work with COVID, that there is going to be a resurgence of nature and leadership, using nature as a strategy to be a more effective leader.” –Chantal Pierrat Emerging Women Podcast

“When we lead from love, we often are able to connect better– connect to others better, but also connect more to our creativity, to curiosity, to really having the outcomes we want to have.” –Carley Hauck Emerging Women Podcast

Resources Mentioned

Shine Community Events
Shine Podcast with Carley Hauck
Shine Book

Additional Resources

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Chelsea Brookshire

Chelsea Brookshire

Executive Assistant and Relationships Manager

Chelsea has over 15 years of experience in administrative and executive support. After her years of working in the legal and oil and gas industry, Chelsea has made it her passion to fill her life with creativity and incorporates that into everything she does. Her position at Emerging Women allows her to expand on that creativity and assist with empowering women around the world. She is a native of Colorado and enjoys spending time with her husband, her son, bonus son, family, and friends. In her free time she loves camping, painting, and all things creative.

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Michelle studied Marketing and received her degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her passion for marketing, combined with great attention to detail, and over 7 years of experience in the tech-world makes her a valuable asset to the team! In addition to Emerging Women, she is also a solopreneur and works with a number of different clients in the online business realm. She is an experienced Online Business Manager and Virtual Assistant who specializes in marketing operations, project management and online course launch management. She is a Colorado native, mother of two dogs, a cat, and a turtle, and step-mother to an amazing little girl. In her spare time she enjoys live music, good food, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.

Jen Jefferson

Power Circle Administrator

Jen comes to Emerging Women with over 25 years of experience in event operations and volunteer management. She has worked various types of events as a Volunteer Manager for Integral Life conferences and as an Event Coordinator for various large arts and sports festivals throughout Colorado.
Alongside her passion for creating and producing events, she worked as a hospital administrator for over a decade in one of Denver’s largest hospitals helping make care affordable to hundreds of patients.
Jen was born in Lima, Peru but has spent most of her life in Colorado. In 2016, a year sabbatical morphed into a life living abroad. Jen has been living in Cusco, Peru for the past four years and cherishes her life in the Andes mountains. In her spare time she enjoys exploring the world, playing capoeira, and deepening her yoga and meditation practices.

Nicole Fegley

Director of Power Circles

For over 13 years, Nicole has been a producer and connector in the field of personal and professional growth and transformation, creating diverse content, life-changing curriculum, and exquisite live and online experiences. She loves to unite and facilitate people in their work to live more good, true, and beautiful lives. She’s honored to bring this diverse expertise to Emerging Women. For the past two years she has been the lead producer for Emerging Women Live, and now is bringing her extensive production, coaching and facilitation skills to EW’s Power Circles. Nicole works in private practice as a Certified Integral Master Coach™, through her company, Unabashedly You, and has worked with hundreds of women (and men) individually and as a group facilitator. She also creates programs and interviews fascinating teachers and wellness experts in her role as U.S. Content Producer for Conscious Life. She is the co-founder of Core Integral, an educational company offering a comprehensive and accessible approach to learning integral theory. Prior to this work, she owned a large and lively restaurant and brewery in Pennsylvania. She has studied extensively and worked alongside Ken Wilber (Integral Theory), Daniel Brown, PhD (Tibetan Buddhism, Self-Development, Attachment, and Positive Psychology), and Sofia Diaz (Hatha Yoga and Feminine Embodiment). She holds a Masters Degree from Lehigh University. She regularly delights in the sunshine and mountains of Colorado with her two dogs and her partner Clint, and is a new mama to her daughter Truly Golden.

Chantal Pierrat

Chantal Pierrat

Founder & CEO

Chantal’s mission is to increase women’s leadership across the globe. 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, a global leadership and media platform that serves over 70,000 women worldwide and has advanced women’s leadership within Fortune 500 companies such as HP, Oracle and more. 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, for over a decade, 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 is a sought after speaker delivering keynotes at The Grace Hopper Celebration, Wisdom 2.0, and many other stages where women’s leadership is critical to the conversation. 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.