If you as a person
wants to lead a healthy, happy and peaceful life,
or as a leader,
take the steering wheel back into your own hands.
A. Personal Leadership
Are you curious about the meaning of Unity Conscious Leadership® and how it can contribute to a healthier, happier and peaceful life for you as an individual? Or do you want to organize a lecture with a (private) group?
B. Cultural leadership
Are you one of the following target groups and would you like to organize a lecture on Unity Conscious Leadership® for your target group?
I compose a unique lecture based on your question and wishes.
We tune in to:
1. The subject,
2. Content adapted to the needs of the participants,
3. Practical examples,
4. The form: such as training, master class, workshop, presentation
5. The duration: varying between 1 and 2 hours for lectures, otherwise by mutual agreement
6. The language: Dutch or English
- 1. As a director or manager;
you manage people who, despite your good explanations and instructions, always fall into old patterns and mistakes. Despite team building sessions and drinks gatherings, there is little or no unity. Absenteeism and employee turnover are only increasing. It seems as if “the noses are not in the same direction”. More and more clients are complaining or even leaving your company. People are working harder and harder but performing less. Turnover and profit are decreasing more and more.
- 2. As a board member;
you are responsible for the management and control of the organization. The factors of behavior and culture are intangible phenomena that you cannot get a hold of. Whatever you do, old patterns and “old pain” keep coming back. Meanwhile employees get sick and burned-out or resign. With the shortage on the labor market, it is difficult to find new motivated employees. The result is insufficient quality for the clients. On the one hand a Client Council and intsitutes that are gasping for you and on the other hand the Works Council with requirements. Personnel costs and external advisor costs only increase every year.
- 3. As a supervisory or commissary board member;
you have the task of supervising the director and management of the organization. And all this from a distant involvement with reports and only information what the board members considers important to share with you. In meantime, you are responsabel when things goes wrong in the organization..
- 4. As collaborative partners;
you struggle to align and to speak the “same language” with each other. There is misunderstanding, disagreements or no will to agree. Everyone is “sailing their own course” and meanwhile things are going less well with the staff, clients and company.
- 5. As a care provider;
you have to deal with various parties that cannot come to an agreement. When you think you have finally got the situation under control, something happens again that forces you to start over again. After work you come home burned out and still busy with your clients in your thoughts. You have trouble putting “your finger on the sore spot”.
- 6. As a teacher;
it is your job to make the students capable for their future with the talents they have been given. Create harmony, joy and curiosity for their growth. Encourage mutual connection and happiness.
- 7. As parents;
you disagree on the upbringing of your children. In your view, the children show “deviant” behavior, need external help or even need medication.
You want to contribute to the happiness and prosperity of the children; learn norms and values so that they can continue life independently on their own. A deep desire to form a harmonious, loving and connected family.
- 8. In a composite family;
with children from different relationships, the complexity of the dynamics is incalculable. You wonder if you’re doing things right. Everything you do is a seed for the children’s future. There is a lot of confusion among the children about who they are and what their place is in the new family. Struggle to take their place in the new system. Conflicting norms and values. Unrest and conflicts of loyalty. Different rules, norms and values in different situations (e.g. co-parenting). And then there is an ex and new partner with their own rules and wishes that the children also have to take into account.
- 9. In the government;
you have to deal with different political parties who all want to be equal. Often have conflicting interests. Some parties are strongly guided by faith and others from an ideology of the party leader. Economy driven in which the short and long term consequences for the wellbeing and happiness of the people are not taken into account. There is a desire to transcend mutual differences and to put the well-being and happiness of citizens and voters first.
- 10. As a world leader;
you are focused on economic interest and power. Connected with distrust to other world leaders. In the meantime, all kinds of invisible threats, such as cross-border viruses, diseases and natural forces, are lurking to upset the economic interest and power. Whatever you do will influence the collective one way or an other. Because everything and everyone is interconnected and interdependent with each other. The dynamics of subsystems in larger systems is unpredictable, complex and difficult to understand.