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the individual and the organization, between inner experience and outer
expression or between the behavior of our leaders and the effectiveness of
our organizations and communities. Yet the reality is that they are intricately
interconnected. The consequences of their interplay are the differences
between outcomes such as distrust ↔ trust, disease ↔ health or decay ↔
skills and sensitivity. James Flaherty, a leading trainer of executive coaches,
states emphatically that it’s only through the development of competence in
the domain of “relationships with others” that an individual has “any chance of
being successful in any organization.” Influential psychologist Arnold Mindell
has illustrated eloquently how incongruent behavior gives birth to tension and
conflict in social settings. In The Congruent Leader (TCL) we practice and
become more skilled at “walking our talk” and developing greater
Under conditions that both support and expand leadership development,
TCL extends the personal and group exploration of leadership dimensions
identified during Third Millennium Leadership. While the focus of the second
program, Developing Leadership Potential, is on the development of individual
potential, the emphasis in TCL is primarily on the interpersonal, i.e., being
effective in human interaction.
Process Open group process provides the experiential format for interaction,
interspersed with reflective and dyadic experiences, didactic sessions and
focused group interaction.
Outcomes In this program, participants will:
|The Congruent Leader
|"Incongruity is the mother of tension and conflict."
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