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Transformational learning and development

Investing in transformational learning and leadership development are powerful ways to improve the functioning of teams, the organization at large, or the success of particular campaigns and strategies.

All the consulting work I do is built on the empowering notion that shifting our perceptions and inner landscape is bound to generate external results. That is, in this view inner change and human development are the most powerful and sustainable foundations of any system’s change.

Workshops, learning trajectories, and transformational coaching are custom designed depending on your exact purposes and possibilities. Please connect with me to explore the options.

 

Methods and tools

There are a range of tools I enjoy working with, have been trained in, and tend to get consistently good results with.

One is the Worldview Awareness Tool, which is powerful in the context of group-processes aimed at fostering self-reflection, deepening communication, improving collaboration and innovation, and revitalizing strategies. Sometimes, nothing less than *magic* happens when we move beyond our own perspective and connect with those of others.

Another powerful tool is the Lectical Decision-Making Assessment. This assessment is specifically designed for supporting the growth and development of leaders. This is done by assessing their current capacity for decision-making and perspective-taking, and offering a clear learning trajectory for expanding those essential skills.

I also enjoy working with techniques I’d like to summarize as Mindful inquiry. These are simple, yet powerful tools to enhance our imaginative, innovative, and intuitive capacities, while also strengthening self-insight and connection with others. The results that people get, while simultaneously enjoying the exercises, keep on blowing me away.

 

Partners

I always work with professional, dedicated, and passionate partners to create the optimal learning experience.

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“It turns out that, throughout history, the types of organizations we have invented were tied to the prevailing worldview and consciousness. Every time that we, as a species, have changed the way we think about the world, we have come up with more powerful organizations. … Organizations as we know them today are simply the expression of our current worldview, our current stage of development. There have been other models before, and all evidence indicates there are more to come.”
Frederic Laloux, in ‘Reinventing organizations’