In this four-week journey you will be invited to consider: the potent but mostly ignored process of emergence, how to help people empower themselves, how to bring about the process of deep change; and how to discipline your mind so that every day you are accelerating the development of your own leadership. Each day you will be invited to do two things; identify your own principle of leadership, and live the principle that day. In doing so, every day will be a new personal experiment and a new learning experience. At the end of four weeks, you will understand and know how to bring about deep change.
- Now organizations can do leadership development in a fashion that is more effective, less expensive, and automatically gives rise to organizational improvement.
- Supplement current initiatives with this extended application series.
Who should attend?
Leaders - formal and informal
People seeking a unique, sustainable leadership development experience
Teams seeking extraordinary results through common language, supportive approaches.
Week 1 - Emergence
Week 2 – Intellectual Stimulation
Week 3 – Deep Change
Week 4 – Disciplined Reflection
The fee is $150 (USD). Tuition covers access to the program platform, content and activities. It is also where you will upload videos of yourself to receive feedback at the end of the program. This is a self-guided journey, however, moderators and/or executive coaches – are available for additional fees to guide within the virtual environment, facilitate live in-person webinars, or for additional online executive coaching sessions.The fee must be paid in full in US dollars (net of any tax) before access to the platform can be granted.
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