Episode 11

Published on:

22nd Jun 2021

Berit Elizabeth (emotion coach)

This week, Berit Elizabeth, an emotion coach from Emotive Agility Training, tells us:

  • Why an ancient Indian theatre concept can help us feel another’s emotional energy
  • How to increase your emotional fitness and become an "athlete of emotion"
  • What’s in the periodic table for emotions
  • Some warm up exercises to bring out authentic emotion
  • ... and much more.

Find out more about Berit at https://www.emotiveagility.com/rasa and on Linkedin.

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More about Berit

Berit Elizabeth is the creator & founder of Emotive Agility Training. As an Emotive Agility Coach, Berit trains super-driven professionals to become Athletes of Emotion during the difficult conversations and presentations that shape the direction of their lives. Challenges that her clients face include social anxiety, being labeled as "too emotional," or a fear of public speaking. Emotive Agility Training is a technique that converts physical theater exercises into body language strategies that professionals can use to break free from anxiety and increase confidence. Her 5 part framework teaches clients to access, express, and manage emotions during situations such as interviewing, investor pitches, asking for a raise, and setting boundaries.

Berit believes that emotional health should be included in a routine wellness practice, akin to fitness training. To learn more about how to apply Emotive Agility Training in your everyday life, you can download an intro guide at https://www.emotiveagility.com/rasa.

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David Lowe is a business coach, mentor, trainer and author.

He has worked with a wide range of clients across many industries, including Ford, Novartis, Ministry of Justice, NET-A-PORTER, NHS, John Lewis, GDS, Naked Wines and Shelter.

David has a post-graduate in Business & Personal Coaching from University of Chester and is currently researching how humour can be used effectively in coaching.

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