Brendalyn King

As director of their programs and strategic partnerships & leadership coach at Bhavana Learning Group, Brendalyn manages its training and development programs and cultivates partnerships with organizations. Her work establishes training and development programs, practice fields and learning dialogues rooted in deep listening, unlearning, and presence.

As a leadership coach, she specializes in innovative “fulfillment structures,” and integrates contemplative practices. Brendalyn works with professionals to increase capacity for leadership and collaboration. She is committed to supporting high achievers in unlearning habitual energy to create space for emergence.

As a Leadership Coach and trainer, Brendalyn employs generative language tools and practices to increase individual performance and cultivate presence that aligns purpose and meaning for her clients.

Brendalyn holds a degree in Business Management from Fordham University, a graduate degree in Teaching from Hunter College, and a certificate in non-profit management from Columbia University.

Her unconventional learning includes 15 years of study, practice, and coursework in personal transformation through an ontological learning model. Fields of study include transformative learning, appreciative inquiry, servant leadership, and certified in proficiency coaching, by Coachville.

Brendalyn is credentialed as ACC through the International Coach Federation (ICF), and has been trained in:

  • The “Action Inquiry” methodology, and related assessment instrument, Global Leadership Profile with founder, Bill Torbert.
  • Leadership Maturity Framework and MAP Intensive, levels I and II to study leadership mindset development theory and practice with founder, Suzanne Cook-Greuter.
  • Evaluation of stage development models to assess leadership mindsets through the Vertical Development assessment (Global Leadership Associates).
  • Brendalyn is a member of Education Leaders of Color (Edloc), ICF, and her interests lie in deep listening, contemplative practices, reading, and playing the piano on Sundays in honor of her grandmother.

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