We are certified to administer EQi 2.0 assessments.
Pink, Daniel H. (2009) Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us. Riverhead Books: New York, NY.
Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. (2003) Good business: Leadership, flow, and the making of meaning. Penguin Group: New York, NY
No matter what the dynamic within a unit, such as a family, a team, or an organization, the common denominator is the individual. Research shows us that how well a unit functions depends on the well-being of its individual members. The more flow experiences a person has, the more positive his or her sense of well-being is.*
To do a strategic plan for a unit without first taking into consideration the individual’s level of commitment is doomed to failure, no matter what level of buy-in the organization thinks it has from its individual members.
Most people do not take the time to work on their own personal strategic plans, other than to write a few goals for the year every January. However, when individuals are working toward specific goals and monitoring progress on a regular basis, they are more likely to reach those goals.
While this workshop teaches a process, participants are encouraged to develop their own process. The essence of the method is to write and then monitor. How one accomplishes this is left up to the individual. Having a plan with stated goals facilitates the ability to consciously initiate flow. This is a workshop that gets to the very heart of the individual. It is designed to help each participant to identify his or her personal mission, long- and short-term goals, and a process to enable flow and improve overall well-being.