Live Your Best Life (Stages of Development)

Part 2 of 2 Last post, we examined the idea of stages of human development from three perspectives: Anderson and Adams’ “Leadership Circle Profile,” Rohr’s “two halves of life,” and Bergi and Achi’s four mindtraps and four “Forms of Mind.”  All this work is built on the pioneering work of Piaget, Maslow, Erickson, and Kegan/Lahey.  …

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Live Your Best Life (Stages of Development) – Part 1

In my post from September 28, 2018, I wrote about the Stages of Development and its impact on my thinking, living, and working.  Since that post, I’ve continued to work on better understanding the theory behind this work and how best to apply it to my coaching and helping leaders develop and improve.  In fact, …

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Breakdowns at Work (Coordinating Action)

Note: The following is a fictional case study used for the purpose of illustrating one of the most frequent causes of company breakdowns and is not meant to portray any organization or person. "A breakdown is an interruption to the anticipated flow of living; the inability for standard practices to work." (Alan Sieler)  Things don't …

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