This experiential workshop serves as an introduction to the Matrix Model. The foundation is learning the concept, practice and value of developing and maintaining a Matrix of person-to-person communication. Participants experience the benefits of developing a relationship with each unique other person in the group. This introduction offers a map for transforming individuals, relationships and groups into truly interconnected, living systems. It is a model of conscious, inclusive leadership.
Create open, compassionate person-to-person communication and feedback.
Learn how your personal and leadership style impacts others and the group.
Identify the limiting, restrictive roles you take and are given (as well as those you allow others to fulfill).
Develop increased freedom to express the fullness of yourself while supporting others.
Resource yourself, the relationships, and the group in the intelligence of body, mind, heart and spirit.
Redefine diversity, conflict and chaos as a creative impulse.
Remember the Sacred in each other; the Source that seeks to re-story us as one, divine, global, human community.
Anyone who participates in, works with, facilitates or manages personal or professional groups of any kind Including, teachers, trainers, consultants, managers, CEO's, facilitators, therapists, social workers, coaches, ministers, board members, mediators, community leaders, activists, family advocates, and parents.
Anyone who wants to develop themselves in a skillfully guided relational group context
Learnings can be applied in the workplace, educational settings, community groups, personal relationships and the family
The Introductory Workshop provides an excellent base for the full
Matrix Comprehensive Training.
To me, MLI is a wonderful learning process for business and community leadership development. It opens a person up, increases one's personal choices, creates flexibility for responding. One develops emotional intelligence and becomes more resourceful in all types of settings. It is the stuff MBA programs never touch.
— Dieter A.