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© 2008 Chambers Group LLC INTEGRAL MATTERS THRIVING ON DIFFERENCE IN THE NEW NORMAL
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC INTEGRAL ALL THAT IS ESSENTIAL AND CORE TO A SCHOOL’S SUCCESS MULTIPLE GROUP IDENTITY DIFFERENCES SCRIPT AND DEFINE THE TRUE ESSENCE OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP BEHAVIOR AS WELL AS SUSTAIN THE CULTURE OF SCHOOLS INTEGRATED WELL - PEOPLE AND ENVIRONMENTS THRIVE
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC THE NEW NORMAL Dismantle what does not work Keep what does Think - Connection, Integral, Whole NO MORE TIME FOR HATE AND BIAS ™
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC Three levels of Analysis Four Elements of Change As the leaders…so goes the organization.. Board, Head, Teachers…….
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC I/G/O Three Levels of Diversity© IndividualGroupOrganization Bias, PrejudiceDiscrimination The “..isms ” What is known about self & other What is known about the impact of Group Identity What is known about impact of policies, practices, culture Track and Engage Individual Employees, Leaders, Teachers, Parents/Students Track and Engage by Group Identity: Dept, Admin,Sexual Orientation, Race, Age, Gender Level, other? Track and Intervene with Methods & Tools which Integrate Diversity US THEM
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC 7chambers Outrageous Success LEADING FROM THE INSIDE OUT
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC 7chambers ™ of learning & action Chambers Group LLC
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC conscious
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC To know self is to be fully aware and awake – to the moment, to my internal knowing. Why do I do what I do? … feel as I feel? … think what I think?
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC context
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC Exploring context is bringing my full attention to the many external environments impacting my use of self. What do I notice? What do I pay attention to? What is in my view? Am I controlled by forces outside of me?
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC choice
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC What assumptions about reality do I hold as true? Do I believe my choices are limited? Do I live in a world of either/or?
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© 2008 Chambers Group LLC What do I feel strongly about? What are my passions? What do I most fear?
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC courage is the choice with heart. To claim courage, I let go of my comfort, my habit … and take a step into the unknown. To explore courage is to face into what I most fear. …what is at risk for me in any choice? …what judgements and assumptions do I hold? Have I authorized myself to choose with courage?
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC Choice and the New Research Courage to Shift the status quo of US and Them Key: The Brain
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC Leading from the Inside Out leads to self awareness, context management, and effective choices for self and others Creating individuals, groups and organizations that Thrive on Difference Acting with courage in consistently extraordinary ways Producing Outrageous Success™
© 2008 Chambers Group LLC Outrageously Successful Tools Acknowledge and Engage Include to Transcend Be conscious of meta change which defines micro challenges Know your current state, define your destination Build and monitor activities in the “Gap”
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