Wendy Palmer is the founder of Leadership Embodiment, a process that uses principles from the non-violent Japanese martial art of Aikido and mindfulness to offer simple tools and practices to increase leadership capacity and respond to stress and pressure with greater confidence and integrity. Wendy holds a sixth degree black belt in Aikido and has practiced mindfulness for over 40 years.
She has worked with executive teams and individuals for Twitter, Genentech, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, The Gap, NASA, Salesforce, McKinsey & Co, Oracle, Unilever, The BBC, Gates Foundation, The George Washington University and The Daimler Chrysler Group. She is also an author of three books, Leadership Embodiment, The Intuitive Body and The Practice of Freedom, and a supporting CD and DVD.
Tiphani is an executive coach, speaker and facilitator with 15 years teaching and working with Leadership Embodiment, a model for cultivating leadership presence. This dynamic approach offers the individual, group or organization tools and practices to develop presence, confidence and the ability to act from a more effective, centered state.
Tiphani received her 2nd Degree black belt in Aikido, a non-violent Japanese martial art and brings 10 years of experience owning and running a successful design business, Tiphani Palmer Design. Some of the companies and venues she has worked with include, George Washington University, Accenture, Comcast, The Gates Foundation, Oracle, Genentech, Gap, Salesforce, NVW Coaching programs, Central California Women Facility, UCSF Chaplain services, UC Hastings College of the Law & Capital Health in Canada.
Leadership Embodiment develops a more authentic leadership presence that unifies mind, body, emotions and intuition as a way of meeting leadership challenges in today’s changing world. The work offers tools and practices to stay more centered and connected to vision and what is important in the face of conflict, disagreement and adversity.
Tiphani lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and two children.