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Purpose, Power and Peace Cohort 2!

On 1st of July starts Purpose, Power and Peace Cohort 2 – A 90-Day Deep-Development Experience with Dr. John J. Scherer. In current times it became even more important to have a greater sense of Purpose. Power and Peace. As the lockdown in many places lasts and so many pillars of our realm got questioned […]

Purpose, Power and Peace Cohort 1 has already started!

On Wednesday 17 we held the first Module of the first Cohort of the Purpose, Power and Peace Experience with Dr. John J. Scherer. Among the 11 participants we have representatives of 8 countries, all LDI graduates, a truly international gathering. In spite of the fact that working on personal development virtually may seem hard, we […]

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We have excellent news for micro, small and medium-sized companies in Poland. Our programs (all of them!) are in 2021 available with 80% EU funding!

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Facing The Tiger: Purpose, Power and Peace

A live, condensed session with one of our extraordinary ‘Tiger’ facilitators who will accompany you in this remarkable adventure of self-discovery. You have an opportunity for a premium learning experience at an affordable price and with a highly-engaging format.

January – great time to review ‘the old’, face ‘the new’ and LET GO…

Even though any day of the year represents a potential beginning or fresh start, for many around the world, January 1 has become a new beginning. In my own family’s tradition, we spent some time on the last day of each year looking back to reflect on what had happened that year—and what we learned from it. Then, on New Year’s Day, we took time to turn our attention to look ahead and record our intentions for the coming year. 

A Deep Dive in the UN: The LDI in Service of Changing Leadership Culture

The LDI is being offered to selected leaders in the United Nations! Two of our most experienced Facilitators, Jean Ogilvie and Ingrid Richter both from Ottawa, have created a custom version called ‘Deep Dive’ that is having profound personal and organizational impact not only on the participants in the room but via ‘ripple effect’ outward into their departments in the UN.

Rules of Thumb for Change Agents

The following aphorisms are not so much bits of advice as things to think about when you are being a change agent, whether in your role as a manager or executive, a consultant – either internal or external – or as an organization or community development specialist. They are even likely to be useful when you are just being yourself trying to bring about something that involves other people making changes in the way they think or do something.

Creating and Leading a High-Performance, High-Commitment Organization

Creating and maintaining a high-performance high-commitment work team or organization may be the most important skill needed for successful managers and team leaders today.
Why? Because the continuous achievement of extraordinary results through people who are committed to a purpose beyond themselves is what most organizations are all about.

Emotions in Leadership

Not long ago I was with the senior leadership team of a well-known international company in a three-day leadership development experience. They had come together to explore who they were, individually and together, and to learn how to be more effective at what they DO by becoming more fully aware of and stepping into who they ARE. Not your traditional road.

Your Job as Self-Expression

Going back to my roots again, let’s take a look at the Genesis creation story in the Biblical material. (I’ll be translating from the original language—and taking some literary license, but we have to do that to get the essence of any ancient material.)

The Role of Chaos in Personal Transformation

As a change artist, whether I am working with individuals, groups or organizations, one approach is to figure out a way to get them to the point where they want something badly and don’t know how to get there, and are in fact, fed up. We need to create a situation where the client confronts the impasse which their situation represents.

Turning moments at work into lessons for life

Imagine two people going to work every day, side by side, having virtually the same things happening around them. One goes home, upset yet again, blaming colleagues or themselves, not having learned a thing – about who they are, about their relationships with others, or about life.