Becoming an Integral-Leader
This day we use the 4 Quadrants to identify a Leaders current way of leading. We start by mapping out the current 4 quadrant profile of each Leader. This process is often complicated to start doing (simply because these areas are so close to us) and often brings up concerns and realisations of just how often we are 'Out-Of-Date'! with our Leadership qualities, perspectives & attitudes and our actions.
There is usually quite a void in what we imagine we are like as a leader and how we lead. It is often an eye-opener of a morning with lots of delight and disaster floating around in the room. Leaders start to realise that knowing about the 'gap and any sense of lack is a delightful opportunity toward becoming a more powerful and inclusive operator!
Collective teamwork is engaged during the mid-point of the day to profile, using the 4 Quadrants, an ideal or ultimate Leadership profile for your organisation, a utopian Leader!
Finally, the opportunity to map out across the 4 Quadrants a new or different way for the Leader; identifying and energising different attitudes, identity, energy, behaviours and connective processes moving each Leader toward becoming a more Integrally informed Executive, Leader & Human Being.
Closing the day, using developmental action inquiry (DAI- Torbert) each Leader formulates several core intentions with strategies, behaviours and evaluation criteria, on realising and actioning the identified 'different way' as a Leader for post-workshop engagement leading to understanding and becoming a more Integral-Leader
Becoming an Integral-Leader is Day 3 of our Integral+Leadership™ suite. It is delivered In-house usually on the premises of the organisation engaging the program. This corporate Leadership training program can be scaled organisation wide both nationally and Internationally.
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"We have a massive challenge ahead of us. The culture of underperformance and creation of intermittent success is well entrenched both within the office and outside of the office in the wider rugby fraternity. To change this we need to change. To enable us to change we need to be able to clearly identify what is working for us and what is not, addressing those issues that are not working in an open manner and having the ability to open peoples mind to the issues and influencing them to
There has to be a development of comfort around accountability and being accountable to one another and people understanding that through robust communication and a common language great things can be created which
“Over the two and half year period of executive coaching with Jay, my whole approach to being me in the workplace and elsewhere has transformed and I have been able to see a positive impact on my workplace and other people around me.
Rather than launching into the workplace as the focus of discussion, Jay worked with me and my personality, challenging my frames of reference, long-held unquestioned beliefs and ingrained habits. Through sometimes gentle and sometimes not so gentle questions, he helped me uncover habituated ways of thinking and reacting to situations which were getting in the way of my performance at work, my ability to facilitate the development of others around me and my ability to reach greater potential in day-to-day life.
A key learning for me has been to reintegrate perceived boundaries among “work”, “leisure”, “health” and “home life”. Initially, this habituated thinking had me feeling guilty discussing “non-work” matters in executive coaching funded by my work. But over time, I began to see that showing up as the whole me in the workplace brings full potential to my performance at work, in turn positively influencing the performance of others around me as I invite them to do the same.
During my time with Jay, I also took some of the courses offered by The Coaching Room, which have really helped with further integration of new approaches to working with people and facilitating groups in the role of Managing Director.
I have now moved on to a new phase of development with Jay’s partner in The Coaching Room and will continue to access other programs offered by them – and I stay in touch with Jay.”
“I have used I have used Executive Coaches a number of times during my career typically when faced with new work related challenges.
The team at the Coaching Room oﬀer a new higher level of Executive Coaching. Their approach based in Neuro-Semantics and Integral coaching philosophies was able to take me as a person and a boss way beyond what I had previously experienced.
I have engaged the Coaching Room on several occasions over the past seven years. Being challenged by a ruthlessly compassionate coach can be quite confronting, however the rewards in personal growth are incredible. And if you really want the ultimate challenge I can highly recommend their shadow coaching experience.
This will blow away all the layers of self-perception that are getting in the way of being really true to yourself. As managers and executives we are promoted based on our technical skills and abilities and rarely on our people management skills and yet, as team leaders our ability to interact with people is the real secret to success.
The outcomes from my Coaching Room experience gave me significant insights as to who I am and how I operate, it made me a much more in tune leader, colleague, team member, husband and father and that in turn facilitated amazing outcomes from the people around me. It has changed me for the better forever. Are you up for the challenge…”