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Four Powerful Learning Modules

You already have within you, all of the skills you need to develop people.


Become an Truly Inspired Leader


Become an Highly Efficient Manager


Become an Seriously Effective Mentor


Become an Deeply Empowering Coach






Learning Module 1
Learn to apply the principles and language skills of leadership.  


With leadership comes a huge responsibility for the well-being of others. Much like the captain of the good ship, leaders must listen to their crew to gain consensus and then privately consider the decisions they will make. Making the decisions for others and demanding that they follow a course of action takes a compelling vision, a full articulation of values and clearly established viability of the process about to ensue. Leaders compel action by their vision. They generate a balance between generating consensus and taking command.

The Principles of Leadership

Part 1: Innovating New Ideas

In this part you focus on developing the vigilance needed to see what is not being seen by others you lead.


Part 2: Gathering Personal Power

In this part you learn what leaders must due to accrue power to themselves if they are ever to empower others.


Part 3: Inspiring Extraordinary Actions

In this part you develop the skill of demanding from others, more than they might ever demand of themselves.


Part 4: Giving People Powerful Choices

In this part you focus on developing the skill needed to confront people with a powerful choices about their future.


Part 5: Empowering New Leaders

In this part you focus on bringing out and developing the leadership skills of others on the team.


The Language of Leadership

Part 1: Creating a Vision

In this part you create a compelling vision of the future that is both authentic and inspires others.


Part 2: Articulating the Values

In this part you clarify the values that guide how the team will work with each other and the people they serve.


Part 3: Establishing Team & Process Viability

In this part you show to the team and anyone served by them, what makes your delivery process viable.





Learning Module 2
Learn to apply the principles and language skills of management. 


Managers manage the flow of a business process and the deliverables from one part of the process team to other parts in an organized manner. Managers who are effective do very little except planning and reporting. The art of managing implies that you get good at having others do things even better than you might do them. It is the art of appropriately delegating to team members with the requisite skills needed to execute an essential part of the business process. As a manager you will become masterful at instilling the language of accountability across the team.

The Principles of Management

Part 1: Personal Integrity

In this part you develop the personal integrity needed to inspire others will follow your lead.


Part 2: Personal Responsibility

In this part you take responsibility for your actions and results, so that others you lead do the same.


Part 3: Team Accountability

In this part you develop the skill of holding team members are fully accountable to you for their results.


Part 4: Team Impeccability

In this part you develop the skill needed to ensure that all team members are fully accountable to each other.


Part 5: Empowering New Leaders

In this part you learn to bring out the leadership skills of team members so they become a team of leaders.


The Language of Management

Part 1: Establishing Team Alignment

In this part you learn to generate team alignment especially when there is little agreement on issues and actions.


Part 2: Managing Team Actions

In this part you learn how the language of accountability can determine a team’s ability to maximize performance.


Part 3: Reaffirming Team Commitments

In this part you install an approach to communications in which everything is said and nothing is hidden.


Learning Module 3
Learn to apply the principles and language skills of mentoring. 


Mentoring is the art of transferring information and knowledge from a person who has highly developed skills at a particular business process function to a person with less exposure to the process and less experience at executing the function. The power of mentoring is in the partnership relationship between the mentor and the person being mentored. The bond that is built can even transcend the limits of a person’s willingness to learn. Mentors focus on the future possibility that will become available to a person once they have learned to execute and ultimately master a skill.

The Principles of Mentoring

Part 1: Defining the Lessons

In this part you develop a process that define each lesson and the sequence in which you will teach them.


Part 2: Demonstrating a Skill

In this part learn how to demonstrate how a process function is executed clearly and completely.


Part 3: Deploying the Learner

In this part you develop the skill of the person being mentored by giving the opportunity to perform a function.


Part 4: Developing the Skills

In this part you learn to develop skills in the person by guiding them in executing a correctable result on their own.


Part 5: Documenting the Progress

In this part you develop a method for monitoring and documenting results produced by a person being mentored.

The Language of Mentoring

Part 1: Building Rapport with a Person Being Mentored

In this part you learn to establish a level of rapport needed to communicate and correct a learning process.


Part 2: Generating a Projects with a Person Being Mentored

In this part you develop the skill of creating a future possibility that will compel action by a person being mentored. 


Part 3: Forging a Partnership with a Person Being Mentored

In this part you learn to develop partnership based on trust in you as the mentor and faith in the mentoring process.


Learning Module 4
Learn to apply the principles and language skills of coaching. 


Coaches are people who develop their natural skills at bringing out the brilliance of others through their questions. The starting place for coaching is in knowing that the person they are coaching has the requisite capability to perform a particular function at a higher level that they have previously. Coaches being people to a new level of performance again and again. There is no limit to what people can achieve if they surrender to a coaching process. The language of coaching generates a request for coaching without which no coaching can occur.

The Principles of Coaching

Part 1: Making Clear Distinctions

In this part you develop your ability to see inseparable distinctions rather than only separate differences.


Part 2: Incepting New Ideas

In this part you learn the art of incepting new ideas into the thinking of a person about who they could be.


Part 3: Empowering Others to Embrace Change

In this part you develop the skill of granting others the time they need to embrace these new ideas.


Part 4: Bringing Out Brilliance

In this part you learn to bring out the natural brilliance of people so they take ownership of it.


Part 5: Putting That Brilliance to Work

In this part learn how to turn that inner knowledge into effective and appropriate action.


The Language of Coaching

Part 1: Defining Challenges Within People

In this part you learn to draw out the inner challenges from within a person that will keep them from growing.


Part 2: Designing a Compelling Project

In this part you develop a project plan a person will need to follow in order to achieve a future result.


Part 3: Defining the Rules of Engagement

In this part you set out rules of engagement that will get a project on track and stay on track.

Get Ready For A Big Change In How You Lead

This eBook will give you a complete overview of how our Collaborative Leadership Learning Modules can maximize people performance.

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