Driven leadership and open communication
The Leadership & Communication training brings you:
- Greater self-organization of teams and organizations.
- Improved interconnection and communication (internal & external).
- A culture in which everyone takes responsibility for his or her role.
- The skill of “looking without value judgment”.
- A system through which employees monitor and process their own learning and development points.
Developing leadership takes time and requires practice. That’s why our in-company Leadership & Communication training covers seven months. During those months, the internal culture changes visibly and tangibly. Managers and employees develop greater self-organization skills and show leadership. Communication becomes more fluid and constructive. As goals are clear, teams connect more easily with each other, with the mission of the organization in mind.
We have found that the Spiral Dynamics’ value systems are very helpful in developing personal leadership and improving relationships. Those who know themselves well – and know what drives them – can be more self-aware and comfortable in their surroundings. Working together becomes easier, a working day more enjoyable and organizational results more successful.
Participants get to know themselves in a new way during the training: open, dynamic, social, vulnerable and powerful at the same time. They learn to deal with resistance and communicate differently – with others, but also with themselves. In addition, they experience how they can use Spiral Dynamics to get to know themselves even better and develop further.
Want to know more about this Leadership & Communication training? Contact Edwin Holwerda (email@example.com or 06 4224 7734) or Rob van Vliet (firstname.lastname@example.org or 06 5282 4685), or leave your details on this page.
Develop the organization, and start with autonomy
More and more organizations are looking for other ways to manage and organize, rather than a traditional management hierarchy. Self-organization is one of the possible alternatives. Starting from each individual’s autonomy sounds attractive, but does it work in practice? How suitable is Holacracy for us? Can we also start on a small scale and see if we like it? And what is our next step if we want to continue working with the existing decision structure?
We guide change processes in organizations, using Holacracy, Spiral Dynamics and True Purpose coaching. We see organizational development as the process in which the goal is to make the full potential available. That process takes place in a dynamic between three levels (personal-team- organization as a whole). We make organizations and the people who work there more ‘awake’, so to speak, by bringing them into contact with their desires and inner vitality.
Examples of our work in organizational development include. NRG Circles, Your Environment and the HBB Group.
We feel an affinity with the work of Laloux, who identifies self-organization, wholeness, and purpose as three pillars for organizational development. Self-organization is the realization that working from a certain autonomy, with clear responsibilities and explicit boundaries, often does more justice to everyone’s mature contribution than a hierarchical structure with managers.
Wholeness refers to the realization that everyone is equal and can contribute to organizational goals in their own particular way, and that all those contributions matter, including the deeper underlying motivations of the emotional person behind the rational professional. Purpose is about the essence of an organization and encompasses more than an understood mission and vision. Living and working from the purpose of an organization gives energy, meaning and inspiration to employees and customers as well as a clear position in society. Within these three areas we are licensed and certified: as certified Holacracy® coaches, we guide Holacracy adoptions (self-organization), we provide Spiral Dynamics® training at all levels, including certification (wholeness). Our True Purpose® coaching focuses on both individuals and organizations (purpose).
What is your essence? And how do you express that in your life? Are you a change maker? The Personal Purpose Quest (PPQ) is intended for professionals who want to live and work from their core.
Driven leadership and open communication The Leadership & Communication training brings you: Greater self-organization of teams and organizations. Improved interconnection and communication (internal & external). A culture in which everyone takes responsibility for his or her role. The skill of “looking without value judgment”. A system through which employees monitor and process their own learning…
Want to get a taste of Holacracy? During the Holacracy® Taster you can experience for yourself whether this method of working suits you and/or your organization. During the Holacracy Taster you will experience, in a half-day session, whether this way of working suits you and/or your organization. Trying it out and practising it yourself will…
As Changemakers, we want to work toward a more just, sustainable and resilient society. We take inspiration from the 17 Sustainable Development Goals drawn up by the United Nations. These goals apply to all countries and describe global ambitions in the areas of healthcare, security, education, poverty and the environment.
While we ourselves are not experts in certain societal issues, our clients definitely are. By working with them on awareness development, we are currently jointly contributing to 9 Sustainable Development Goals.
Rob van Vliet is able to create sustainable change and successful innovation in a surprisingly short period of time. His strength is working ‘from depth’ with a pragmatic approach. Clients and participants describe his approach as liberating and deepening. They experience a significant difference in how they deal with challenging situations in their lives.
Rob has extensive experience in international management and development projects, in both profit and non-profit organizations. Rob is a partner at Synnervate.