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Session Materials & Resources

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Your Leadership Patterns:
From Where Do You Lead?
 

Agenda & Session Notes

16pf Personality Factor Questionnaire & Assessment:
Group overview of what the 16pf is: elements and implications.
16pf® Worksheet

 message from kim

message from kim

Preparation: 1 hour coaching session and review for 16pf questionnaire


       2/15 archive

      2/15 archive

 2/15 PPT preso

2/15 PPT preso

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Leading from Wholeness:
The Arts of Convening and Emotional Intelligence

Session Preparation
Agenda & Session Notes

Leading from Wholeness
 
The Power of Purpose, Richard Leider, pages 1-46
- The Purpose Checkup, The Purpose MythS, The Purpose Path, The Purpose Gift

Optional reading:
- Leadership is Convening
- Here's why your attitude is more important than your intelligence
 


 3/15 ARCHIVE

3/15 ARCHIVE

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3/15 ppt preso


Building Trust


Session preparation & Learning Objectives
Agenda & Session Notes

 message from Vivian

message from Vivian

         4/12 archive

        4/12 archive

 4/12 PPT PRESO

4/12 PPT PRESO

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Communications Leadership
The Art of Strategic Communications; Finding Resilience and Renew


Session preparation & Learning Objectives

 MESSAGE FROM LYNN

MESSAGE FROM LYNN

         5/10 archive

        5/10 archive

  5/10 ppt preso

 5/10 ppt preso

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SUMMIT! 
Integration, Synthesis, Application, Moving Forward

Pre-reading/preparation
Finding Your Own Shade of Gray
Calling Cards Deck
Stephanie's Mind Map

Leading from Wholeness:
Your Life Spiral: Instructions
Lifeline Worksheet
Life Moments Worksheet

WPL Blueprint

Integration
Synthesis
Purpose Plan
Application
Completion
Post-journey Survey
What is next

WPL Blank notesheets

 


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Course reading 


Theory U: Theory U: Leading from the Future as It Emerges
as designed by Otto Scharmer, Senior Lecturer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology


The Drexler/Sibbet Team Performance®  Model illustrates team development as seven stages, four to create the team and three to describe increasing levels of sustained performance.