The Power of Relational Mindfulness w/ Shari Foos

The Power of Relational Mindfulness w/ Shari Foos

Don’t forget to subscribe to the In the Lead Show Newsletter:

What is relational mindfulness and why is it important in Leadership? In today’s episode of the In the Lead Show, I have a conversation with Shari Foos, founder of the Narrative Method. We’re all susceptible to a certain amount of influence that can negatively shift our self-perspective and our perspective of dissimilar cultures and people both near and far. Whether those influences come from our own community, popular culture, or artificial intelligence online, there’s little we can do to avoid it. Shari’s passion and mission with The Narrative Method is to help peel away participants’ false assumptions and beliefs to help them refocus their perspectives and understanding. Through the modality of storytelling and a practice called “relational mindfulness,” participants are able to develop radical empathy, compassion, and understanding for those around them.

Jennifer Tsang is an ICF Leadership Coach who partners with executives, leaders & everyday people to build more consciousness into how they lead their teams and most importantly, themselves. She believes that leadership is an inside out approach. As someone who has worked on her own personal development and self-leadership for over 15 years, she started her coaching practice in 2020 to help others discover how to lead themselves and grow professionally and personally. Today, Jennifer offers a wide variety of programs and services – from individual coaching, to group and team coaching, mindfulness programs and facilitated group conversations.

Shari Foos Bio

Shari Foos is a Marriage and Family Therapist, adjunct professor and the creator of The Narrative Method, a California 501c3 non-profit organization. Part of the Human Connection movement, TNM creates programs, products and experiences that address the growing isolation and need for real connection through sharing stories. Foos also co-founded the Bridge in 1999, a free humanities program for low-income adults at Antioch University Los Angeles. She received a MS in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University and a MA in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles.

If you want to contact Jennifer Tsang, visit

  1. Coaching Website:
  2. Show website:
  3. Twitter: https://twitter/com/jenntsang   
  4. LinkedIn:
  5. YouTube:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *