Lifetime of Development
Being able to make meaning from life events is part of what makes us human.
How does your way of making sense impact your leadership action?
It is well known and accepted that children transition through a series of developmental stages. What is less well known is that adults do so too.
There are at least seven transformations in action-logic possible anytime from middle childhood through one’s adulthood – from Opportunist to Diplomat to Expert to Achiever to Redefining to Transforming to Alchemical to Ironic. For more than fifty years, research has consistently demonstrated that leaders who grow through multiple action-logics evolve greater capacity to influence personal, familial, team, organisational, and even societal transformation.
Very few leadership measures other than the Global Leadership Profile measure vertical, capacity development (not just horizontal competence improvement within one’s existing capacity). And very few leadership development programs or consulting interventions other than Action Inquiry based processes support vertical, capacity development for leaders and whole organizations.
Join us on our exciting Action Inquiry and GLP Certification Workshop taking place in London this May (14th to 16th). We are also for the first time, running an Advanced Practitioner Programme in London in September (24th to 26th). Please contact Sarah for more information and to book your place.
Please explore our website for more on our unique approach.
Discover ways to use the power of developmental theory to transform
your leadership, teams and organisational systems.
Developing the Leaders Your Organization Needs
The Global Leadership Profile
We welcome you to the world of adult development and its impact on leadership and teams, and on personal, organisational, and societal transformation.
Please join us for:
The Origins and Reach of Action Inquiry
A Free Podcast & Webinar Series
Bill Torbert will be reading and discussing his pre-publication autobiography in chapter-by-chapter monthly podcasts, followed by webinars at which he and different members of the action inquiry community discuss that chapter and theme with you.
Torbert’s book is titled Numbskull: Born Again and Again and Again, Transforming Self, Communities, and Scientific Inquiry.