Leading from the Next Level

San Francisco - November 8 & 9, 2012

8 9 November 2012

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A new class, designed with the founders of the immensely powerful Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching program (CRRGlobal) will be offered by ACI starting in November 2012!

Leading from the Next Level: Systems Oriented Leadership for Agile Coaches

Agile coaches are a new kind of leader! With the old “command and control” mindset thoroughly discredited, a new framework is needed. The appropriate leadership paradigm for the age of complexity is a systems-oriented one which sees from the whole and stewards the authentic movement of the system rather than the opinions of the vocal.

This systems oriented leadership is aligned with collaborative leadership competencies and a process-oriented focus. The new approach reveals a leader’s responsibility for the container rather than the content, for eliciting and catalyzing vision rather than driving or forcing one, for safeguarding the ability for every voice to be heard in service of gaining a complete perspective, and for creating environments of positivity that foster risk-taking, authenticity and creation.

For additional course content and details please visit the registration link:

2 speakers

Day 1 from 9am to 5pm Thursday 8th November 2012

Day 2 from 9am to 5pm Friday 9th November 2012

3 known attendees

  • Megan Bogart
  • Lyssa Adkins
  • michael k spayd

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