Transforming Trauma Episode 066: Trauma-Informed Leadership Coaching With Prashant Goel
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In this episode of Transforming Trauma, we hear from our guest Prashant Goel. Prashant works in service of healthy cultures and systems. He specializes in leadership development, drawing on both scientific research and global wisdom traditions to advance renewed practices of attention, execution, collaboration, and innovation. Prashant began exploring NARM while taking the Level 1 Online NARM Basics Training. Having studied and practiced with world-renowned teachers, Prashant brings over a decade of experience in transformational approaches to leadership development as well as systems and culture change.
Throughout the episode, Prashant shares about his own process of reconnecting with himself. He describes the fascination that he experienced during his healing journey, “Transformation is a real phenomenon that exists, as real as anything can be. Just experiencing my own healing process, I felt compelled to share that with others.”
We invite you to listen to the full episode to hear more about Prashant’s work.
About Prashant:Prashant Goel acts in service of healthy cultures and systems. He is informed by over 12 years of deep inquiry into human development and change management including: global wisdom traditions, neuroscience, trauma-informed approaches, depth psychology, and shamanism–as well as their modern implications and applications in organizational and leadership contexts. He holds three advanced degrees (law, regenerative economics, business–graduating valedictorian) and has been formally initiated in three wisdom lineages (Amazon, Himalayas, Western Africa). With clients from the humanitarian/development space, corporations, social enterprises, and NGO's, he blends a library of knowledge/experience with calm presence and insight to support enduring, tangible transformation at individual, team, and organizational levels. Alongside his professional practice, an extensive contemplative practice and ongoing learning practice express commitment to soul, science, and society.