Becoming Who You Really Are: How to Grow Yourself and Your Organization
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- What would happen if leadership development was radically altered?
- What if all your people spent 3-5 minutes a day for 100 days with a world class leadership coach who refused to tell them what to do?
- What if everyone spent 3-5 more minutes imagining a better version of themselves?
- What would happen if every manager, every employee became a leader?
How Does It Work? 4 Steps:
Watch. In this unique learning journey you will get an email each day that links to a 3-5 minute video. In that video, Professor Robert Quinn shares an inspiring story from his 40 years of working with organizations across the world. Here's a sample of Bob's Day 1 video.
Reflect. Each story is followed by 2 simple questions. You post your answers to your online community.
Consolidate. Each week you consolidate - squeeze the learning of each day into a single statement of learning for the week.
Transform: You share successes and transform each member of your learning community with aspiration. As you do you turn individual leadership development into organizational change.
Results: After 100 days of this process, you and your team will have ingrained new perspectives, new practices, and new habits of interaction with colleagues, friends and family that will transform your life, transform your relationships, and transform the impact you have on others.
Invite Your People to Grow
Invite Your People to Leadership: At last, a way for you to create a program for your people to develop individually while they also move the organization forward. The change is not directed from the top. It comes from all around the organization as each person becomes who they really are.
If you would like to consider experiencing this program as a team, please email Managing Director, Richard Olson to learn more - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now organizations can do leadership development in a fashion that is more effective, less expensive, and automatically gives rise to organizational improvement. And, they can 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