In these times of ever-present change, we must shift our consciousness, our fundamental assumptions of communication and relationship — and our models of leadership — to ones that enhance and sustain our interconnection, ones that foster and promote the human side of sustainability.
The Call to each of us is to:
Matrix Leadership Institute teaches a timely and relevant social technology for creating inclusive, enlivened and aware relationships, groups and organizations. In the Matrix Leadership model, a group is a set of relationships (or connections between the parts). Leadership is shared and begins with optimizing the connectivity and communication between the individuals (or teams). We re-train ourselves to listen and respond to the needs of the whole while differentiating to become more uniquely ourselves.
Groups become conscious, interconnected, living systems that are:
Imagine how your work, community life and service in the world might change if you became a social artist — creating and collaborating with others instead of living immersed in a culture of isolation, self-reliance and unhealthy competition.
What if you could help usher in a new era of leadership and living in community based on healing the divides between us and realizing the strength of our interconnection?
This is your invitation! Be inspired and join in the work of changing our families, workplaces, schools, local communities and our world.
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"This work has given me new insight into the ‘we are one‘ theme. How very interrelated we are and what we do to one, happens to the entire community. I learned the difference between intention and impact, and to have the courage to check these things out with people. I learned to take back projections I had on others. I learned about the ‘field of love‘ and in this nothing is impossible."