What do you stand for?
One of the participants of a recent Collaborative Way orientation shared a story with us about the amazing difference Listening Generously made in her son’s life.
We’ve worked with a lot of leaders over the past 35 years, and we’ve found that many of them have a blind spot for the importance of Including Up.
In this deeply moving and profound podcast, Jayson Gaddis, Founder of the Relationship School®, interviews Lloyd Fickett about the personal and professional applications of The Collaborative Way®.
We see over and over again the powerful impact of meaningful appreciation. This holiday season is a perfect opportunity for you to use appreciation as an expression of your “being for” the people in your life.
When you’re centered, you’re more effective in your practice of The Collaborative Way and you are more effective as a leader. Here’s a tip to re-gain your center when you get thrown off.
What makes The Collaborative Way® so powerful? It’s not the normal way people relate with each other at work. It’s also not the normal approach that companies take on to develop their people and build the level of teamwork necessary to achieve the company’s goals.
The article “I Will Follow” in the April 2016 issue of Fortune magazine contains and extraordinary story about leading change. It illustrates how listening generously can provide the opening for being a masterful agent of change.
Gwyneth Paltrow and her team at goop practice The Collaborative Way®. In fact, they love it so much they interviewed Lloyd and wrote and published an article on their website.
Conflict is a healthy part of collaboration. If you practice The Collaborative Way®, you know that it brings up any challenges you have with conflict. Here are four ways you can use your practice to support you in navigating conflict productively.