The importance of caring for yourself in leadership is more important than ever before. This isn’t about bubble baths and spa days. It’s the tool to practice showing up as authentic and compassionate leaders, managers, and business owners throughout your day. What is intellectual self-care? Knowing oneself and one’s environment. It is taking agency over your daily tasks, schedules, responsibilities and relations within your environment in ways that better care for your physical, emotional and mental well-being as leaders. Danielle will provide great takeaways, so make sure to come with your favorite note taking devices.
Following Danielle’s presentation Margaret James will lead participants in a reflective meditation. Those in attendance will be guided through how to navigate the changing seasons and the start of a new year. To facilitate a relaxing and calming space, TARRA invites and highly encourages you to attend in comfortable attire. You should also find a comfortable location, including a few pillows or yoga mat, for Margaret’s meditation.
Light Switch Moments:
– Learn how to use vulnerability as a self-care tool
– Create self-awareness and self-management
– Discover how to lead and adapt to change and transition
– Give feedback in a way that cares for others’ well-being
– Ask for feedback in a way that cares for your mental well-being
– Assess and develop tools for creating inclusivity in your environments
Tickets are $25
About Danielle Shoots
Danielle Shoots is the Managing Partner and Managing Director of the New Community Transformation fund – Denver, an equity venture fund for BIPOC founders. A proud Colorado native, Danielle is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Denver, where she earned a degree in Business Administration.
At the age of 26, Danielle embarked on her executive leadership path ascending to the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. After the state, Danielle served as the Vice President of Finance and Business Operations for the West Division of Comcast, managing a billion-dollar capital portfolio, strategic FP&A, Mergers and Acquisitions and a team of sixty employees located in seven states. Most recently Danielle, was the Chief Financial Officer for the Colorado Trust where she grew the foundation’s endowment from $430 million to nearly $600 million, reduced cash on hand to a recurring 1% while still operating the foundation. She also launched a direct investment portfolio across the State making investments in local media companies, real estate and housing and small businesses and leveraging the endowments balance for creative bridge financing across multiple sectors and industries.
Danielle is a passionate community member and serves as a Trustee for the Women’s Foundation, a Mayoral appointed Board member for the Prosper Denver Fund the Chief Economic Advisor to State Senator, James Coleman and State Representative, Leslie Harod.
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