About Pamela Saari

Pamela has facilitated a Conscious Business Program for LinkedIn, and co-led a 2-year Presence and Leadership Program for Microsoft. Her background encompasses business and consulting roles in complex global initiatives. Clients include diverse organizations, groups, and other human potential leaders. To support transformation, Pamela at times utilizes The Leadership Circle assessment tools. On larger initiatives, she often collaborates with other facilitators and consultants.

Pamela draws from psychology, leadership work, embodiment practices, mindfulness, and science. She holds a master’s degree in Psychology and Wellness Counseling, and a bachelors degree in International Business. Pamela has had a contemplative path for over 20 years. Trained as a yoga teacher and in many other practices she has led a variety of mindful movement, retreat, and meditation experiences.

Changing from the inside out has allowed me to become a genuine leader. I have a clarity now that wasn’t there before. I’m able to see things I couldn’t see. I’m able to recognize reactions and access more productive responses that lend to an authenticity that I never knew existed.
― Participant, Presence & Leadership Program, Microsoft

Focus

Pamela focuses on the natural intelligence of the mind-body system, and on the organic process of adult development.

  • We are naturally wired for clarity, creativity, and well-being
  • Life unfolds according to our attention, belief, and identity
  • Sustained transformation requires head, heart, and body
  • Leader development is about human development

Location

Pamela is based in the Seattle area on Bainbridge Island, a commuter island just 35 minutes from downtown Seattle in Washington State. Many of her clients integrate travel to Bainbridge Island for a nature-based experience. She also works remotely and travels internationally.

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