Leadership Essentials for the Jamaican Government

“In this program we had all levels of the organization, from maintenance to trainers to managers. …   We wanted to do something to bring them into egalitarian unity, to recognize that everyone is a leader with gifts. We had them choose a Visual Explorer card …  .”

This is a field report from our Leadership Beyond Boundaries initiative, submitted by TZiPi Radonsky.

“We just did a Leadership Essentials program with 23 people in a training organization for the Jamaican government.


In this program we had all levels of the organization, from maintenance to trainers to managers. We did not know this initially, and when we figured it out, we wanted to do something to bring them into egalitarian unity, to recognize that everyone is a leader with gifts. We had them choose a Visual Explorer card that was a reflection of their essence as an effective leader. After choosing, they journaled about the card, and then talked about it with two other people. After they did this we had them line up with their pictures, and then slowly walk in front of each person, look in their eyes, and at their picture. We wanted them so see each other in a new way and they did. It was awesome to feel the shift in energy and the coming together as a group.”

Rabbi TZiPi Radonsky, Ph.D.
Associate, The Center for Creative Leadership
Watering the Tree Outside the Fence
www.rebtzipi.com
The Society of the Vav

About Charles J. Palus & David Magellan Horth

Charles J. Palus & David Magellan Horth are Senior Fellows at the Center for Creative Leadership. Many thanks to Steadman Harrison III, CEO of GO Innovation.com, and Senior Associate for the Center for Creative Leadership.
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