Exercising Action Inquiry and Mutual Power

by admin-sm on March 21, 2017

For more information and to reserve a seat now for one of our three 2017 Excercising Action Inquiry and Mutual Power Programs click on:

Exercising Action Inquiry and Mutual Power (a GLP certification program)

  •  supports your own and other leaders’ personal development (1st-person action inquiry)
  • cultivates your ability to support colleagues’ or clients’ or team development (2nd-person action inquiry)
  • introduces you to the capacity to lead organizational transformation (3rd-person action inquiry).

With the slide toward authoritarian government in parts of the world, including the United States, the question arises with more sharpness and urgency for many of us:

How to exercise vulnerable, alert, trust-building, mutually-and- organizationally-transforming power at work and at home?

The only statistically-validated answer is: through action inquiry.

With the ongoing translation of the book Action Inquiry into Japanese, German, Chinese, and Spanish… and
With the ongoing market opening

    • to the significance of vertical leadership development…
    •  to the importance of being able to measure leaders’ developmental action-logics validly through the Global Leadership Profile
    • and to how unique the Exercising AI program is:

the time is now

 
For more information and to reserve a seat now for one of our three 2017 Excercising Action Inquiry and Mutual Power Programs
click on:

To read about Bill Torbert’s leadership struggles when he first discovered action inquiry as a leadership practice during his directorship of the War on Poverty Yale Upward Bound program in 1966-68, click on Creating a Community of Inquiry. You can also find other Torbert publications newly added to our cyber library here.

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