You can access all the past PBC Community (alumni) calls here, these calls happen quarterly (~4X/year).
Doug shares his cancer diagnosis, as well as an update on the Presence-Based Leadership book, and a new idea for a practice lab.
Doug and Bebe were joined by Judy Wilkins-Smith for an exciting call about Systemic Constellations (which was the topic of the Fall PBC Alumni retreat). Systemic coaching and constellations is a distinct body of work, integrating beautifully with Presence-Based Coaching’s emphasis on immediacy and the present moment. Shared lineages include somatics, interpersonal neurobiology, experiential learning and adult development.
We explore coaching leaders around action. In complexity, we move away from looking for specific results. And towards creating complexity-adapted conditions: fluidity, connectedness, stability, and a spirit of experimentation and curiosity. 9 panes model
Doug shares his current context as he travels the US Southwest in an Airstream trailer with Walker. Another view into the new Nine Panes Model that we are experimenting with; we explore the Being line of the model and how the 3 panes of that intersect with each other.
Some teaching on our emerging work on coaching leaders in complexity, lively conversation among interesting people, updates on what’s in store for 2017, and Q&A on what’s happening in PBC world.
Introducing the new Nine-Paned Presence-Based Leadership Model that will be the focus of the 2016 Special Retreat. This model recognizes the need for leaders (and coaches of leaders!) to include the inner work of adult development, somatics, awareness, and Being in our work with contexts that are volatile and complex. The model provides an integrated view of inner and outer practices that is new, pragmatic, and refreshing
Doug shared more of our emerging work around how we can leverage language and soma in our work with clients navigating complex situations. We will explore new tools for seeing the systems in which they are embedded; discovering new resources to manage their state, and taking new actions that produce what matters.
Language & the Bell Jar. We talked about the language model that Carolyn Coughlin and I offered in our alumni retreat last week at Bend of Ivy. I am very excited about this approach, and it’s a rich pathway to using language patterns as a way to support the client’s recognition of their own Bell Jar.
Exploration of Adult Development Theory and its intersection with PBC with special guest, Carolyn Coughlin.