As coaches, consultants and
facilitators, we come from a powerful set of generative principles
which are rooted in The Extraordinary Technology of Being™.
We have learned that the effectiveness of a working community
is a reflection of who they are being, both as
individuals and collectively.
Our principles have the power
to transform and re-shape organizational culture as well as to
empower individuals to make a difference.
Generative Principles include:
1. The Power of Personal Responsibility
2. Holistic Co-Creation
3. Causing the Future - NOW
4. Discontinuous Events (Breakthroughs)
Methods we use include:
- interactive dialogue
- awareness training exercises
- Dyadic inquiry
- Principles of Creative
- Coherent Catalytic Actions
(to begin the implementation of new practices from key insights)
All our methods are aimed
at allowing participants to reveal their own natural inspiration
and creativity; and to identify how they will practically bring
that new power to bear in their work.
Our methods are tools for
powerful and profound innovation. They're for shaping the way
we constitute ourselves and our workplace - the way we be
Common outcomes include:
- A vision of power and possibility.
- People in your organization
taking responsiblity for the fulfillment of the vision.
- A work environment where
fun, joy and play occur naturally.
- Associates that are inspired
by each other's greatness.
- Teams that inspire creativity,
empowerment and ourstanding performance.
- An organization renowned
for customer service.
- Unprecedented results.
Outcomes from this approach
are often staggering.
a Vital Workplace" introduced powerful, creative
principles and provided an approach that allowed the management
team to empower their crew. After the course the number of injuries
was reduced by 68 percent and the crew achieved a record 218
days without a disruption in production, which is unheard of
in the oil industry. The previous record was 75 days."
Norman Loyd, Integrated Services Team Leader, Shell
"In six months we increased
sales by 15 percent, were named to the Top Ten Best Places to
Work in Pennsylvania, and restructured the management of our
company with no turnover. Work is once again a great place to
be — full of people who are productive, smiling, and part
of a larger purpose."
Joanne Ladley, Kitchen Kettle Village