“Your vision will only become clear when you look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams, who looks inside, awakens.”
~ Carl Jung
Our clients have made the courageous choice to AWAKEN,
turn toward the unknown and become more conscious, compassionate,
effectively engaged, responsible and powerful leaders (in their workplaces and their lives).
In virtually every corporate initiative I’ve been involved in, whether focused on leadership development, team building or conflict resolution, the hiring managers lament, “I want my team members to be more engaged, to take more initiative, to become a united front and lead from wherever they are in the organization. Why is this so hard?”
How do we get from here to there?
Then I ask them, “How engaged are you? How often do you take initiative? How related and connected are you to yourself and your colleagues, family members and friends?” When I ask them to give me some recent examples of how they brought a sense of aliveness, conscious and creative leadership to themselves, someone else or something that mattered to them, often what follows is a pensive silence.
In this silence and space, I ask you:
Who are you being? How are you being?
Are you showing up as you intend?
And how are you relating to the people, promises, values and visions
you say are important to you?
These questions are at least as important as anything you are doing and, as you spend time with them and let them inform what you are “doing,” it’s quite possible that both your outcomes and your satisfaction will improve. And your people will respond similarly.
21st CENTURY LEADERSHIP
21st Century Leaders believe and honor that they have influence and impact. Therefore, they pause to ask these questions before they launch into just about anything - a project, a conversation, a relationship or a day. They trust the wisdom within because they’ve worked hard to cultivate a vital inner life and the capacity & desire to listen to, apply and share the wisdom within with their work and relationships in their outer lives.
“You cannot hope to build a better world without improving the individuals. To that end, each of us must work for our own improvement and, at the same time,
share a general responsibility for all humanity, our particular duty being
to aid those to whom we think we can be most useful."
~ Marie Curie, physicist and the first woman to win a Nobel Prize.
Valued Client Affirmations
Meet some of my clients. Each, a 21st Century Leader, is committed to being whole, being powerful and using their power well. These are the qualities they share with those they lead, love and serve.
Together, we’ll learn more about what you’re seeking and how Dori Klass & Associates, Inc. may serve YOU on your journey to inner wholeness, stronger leadership and deeper satisfaction in all parts of your life.