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Fiona Sturrock: CTI Faculty & Feminine Leadership Coach

Fiona Sturrock: CTI Faculty & Feminine Leadership Coach

This is not just my work – this is the work of all women on the planet at the moment – to go out and take the essence of the feminine out there and share it with others ”

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Fiona Sturrock is a woman with a mission. She’s determined to help women “discover, recover and sometimes uncover what it is to be a woman” – to reconnect with their feminine side and their sensuality. These are sides of the self that, as women, we often hide away as we move through our lives and our work, adopting the predominantly masculine styles of leadership that have prevailed up until now.

poolsideHere she describes her work to Michelle – her work within the corporate world, showing women a more sustainable model of leadership, one in which they can utilize their feminine power; “it gives them more range and makes them a more powerful leader”; and also her work developing her unique Power of the Feminine program – a series of 5 transformational retreats spanning a full year, where women reconnect with their inner goddess, discover what it is to be a feminine leader and and truly “step into our feminine energy”.

Fiona also tells Michelle about her personal journey, one which started with accepting that she needed to do some personal development work on herself, moving out of her comfort zone, attending Hungarian Girl Training School (!), leaving the ‘safety’ of the corporate world to start her own business… and one that has ultimately led to her leading, training, and coaching women throughout the EMEA region (Europe, Africa, Middle East), who in turn will lead and show more women “a new way of being in the world”.

She also tells us:

  • Why many women in the corporate world are becoming exhausted and depleted.
  • How your feminine side is not necessarily your weaker side.
  • Why colour and curves are the new black.
  • The importance of feminine role models and sisterhood.
  • How learning striptease and exotic dance can help get you in touch with yourself (and make you a better leader).
  • Which investment is the best one you can make in order to find your calling or purpose in life.
  • What’s on the other side – pleasure, delight, deliciousness and gorgeousness

Fiona’s favourite location is on the banks of the Danube in Budapest, Hungary.

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To find out more about Fiona’s work with organisations and her women’s leadership programmes, email her here. .

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