OD Toolkit Series - Exploring The Role of The Unconscious in Creating Conscious Organizations
Terri Egan Suzanne Lahl
This training will be conducted live via Zoom. The zoom meeting details will be sent out prior to the training.
As pioneers in translating neuroscience and the Internal Family Systems model into a powerful and practical roadmap for developing conscious leaders, teams and organizations - we are committed to cultures where people are resilient, compassionate and innovative while prospering from doing good work for a better world.
The challenge is that most models of organizations ignore the fact that 95% of our behavior and decisions are guided by our unconscious. This is where we work - with evidence based models supported by decades of teaching, consulting and coaching.
At the end of the presentation, the participants will:
About Your Facilitators
- Understand the neuroscience that informs why brain friendly organization designs are rare, essential for doing good work and offer a competitive advantage.
- Identify the importance of optimizing your focused attention to lower the waterline on unconscious and autopilot behavior by engaging with our Brain Power Inquiry self-assessment.
- Apply the Internal Family System 6F questions to finding and understanding a part that blocks your focused attention. Inquire about the beliefs and role this part has taken on and what it fears will happen if it is not doing its job.
Suzanne Lahl, Terri Egan, and their associates at SyncUp Leadership Group are pioneering educators, practitioners, and researchers in vertical development - growing mindsets to meet the complexity and uncertainty of the world in which we lead. Suzanne has pioneered consulting from the Internal Family Systems perspective, working with executive leaders including the League of American Orchestra Symphony CEO’s. She brings IFS to all of her executive coaching engagements.
Terri’s research with Julie Chesley and Hannah Jones has been highlighted in Forbes and published in peer reviewed academic and practice-focused journals. The SyncUp4 model for vertical development has been included in corporate and graduate programs including part of the core curriculum of Pepperdine University’s MSOD program where Suzanne has been a long time guest faculty member and where Terri serves as Associate Professor Emeritus of Applied Behavioral Science.
This event is part of PNODN's quarterly theme Designing Good Work. In this series we will explore the intentional creation of frameworks, lenses, and processes that help us to liberate our authentic selves and do better at doing good. Be sure to check out all our courses and equip yourself with the tools to support your organizations and yourself.
$15 Members when pre-paid & pre-registered
$25 Non members when pre-paid & pre-registered
$10 for students/seniors pre-registered AGENDA:
2:45 - 3pm Join Zoom Meeting
3pm -5pm Training
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