Evolve your group. Evolve your team. Evolve your organization.
In today’s fast-paced, unpredictable and interrelated world, we are evolving from the era of individual leaders at the top and models of command and control to one of adaptive, resilient, and successful team-centric (or community-centric) leadership.
Research from Google, MIT and others shows that ‘HOW’ groups work together is more important than ‘WHO’ the individual members are. Developing the skills of individuals often fails to produce real and lasting change in the group or system. The unique methodology of Matrix Leadership builds a culture of connection that optimizes the ability of groups and teams to think, decide, and act together to achieve what’s most important to them.
TTHIS 4-DAY INTENSIVE TRAINING introduces a framework of communication and leadership practices—the Matrix Essentials™. You’ll learn to build groups and teams with a resilient relational infrastructure™ at the heart of everything they do. You’ll understand how these teams and organizations develop the capacity to function as self-organizing Matrix Leadership Networks™—in which the ‘leadership’ emerges from the collective intelligence of all members. You’ll learn to transform feedback into real-time investment in relationships and results. You’ll practice engaging with differences as resources rather than a source of division. You’ll experience the Matrix Group Dialogue Process™ as an alternative to conflict and divisiveness, and as a model of emergent decision-making.
IN THIS CONTEXT: Transformational individual and team development occur in relationship with each other and with the ‘Whole’ (team, company, community). Teams harness their full collective intelligence to innovate and adapt, make better decisions, and generate heightened engagement and long-term sustainability. Individuals learn to be complex-systems thinkers who catalyze, respond to, and implement emergent collective intelligence.
This training is designed for experienced group facilitators, consultants, trainers, managers, teachers and coaches who work in contexts such as organizational development (both internal and external), HR, communication, management, education, health-care, mediation and conflict resolution; and for those who work with personal, community and leadership development.
Matrix communication and leadership practices generate the capacity to function as an interconnected, self-organizing system.
There is something so mystical, powerful and practical about the Matrix model that I believe this body of work has the potential to help hospice the old paradigm of separateness and control, and help midwife a paradigm of interconnectedness and collaboration.
— Ling Thio