Six steps for a Conscious Meeting.
Dual sided cards that describe the above the line transformations for below the line drama roles.
This is a list of some of the many ways we distract ourselves from being with and expressing our authentic feelings and thoughts.
This model shows the states of consciousness leaders operate in: To Me, By Me, Through Me, and As Me.
These cards are indispensable for playing with the drama triangle for yourself and with clients. Print out the "bases" to enact your drama patterns.
4 steps to taking 100% responsibility
When you're dealing with an issue from threat, you unconsciously behave in ways that likely keep the issue repeating. By filling out the worksheet, you'll begin to see more clearly how your behavior of taking more or less responsibility for this issue is keeping the issue going.
Think of a current issue that is repeating in your life that you would like to be different.
Teaching a class in creating a given issue in your life that causes you suffering may just be the thing to get you out of suffering.
Learn to distinguish and play with the different roles and faces of victimhood.
Are you willing to shift above the line? Most often we want to shift; our heads say yes. But before you do, ask yourself these specific questions if you're fully willing to shift around this issue. There's one for each of the 15 commitments.
Follow the steps to discover how drifting from your agreements is keeping you from feeling the discomfort you’ve not been willing to face and feel.
Learn the distinction between shifting between “to me” and “by me” world views.
When we go unconscious, we drift below the line. This is a list of some of the many ways we distract ourselves from being with and expressing our authentic feelings and thoughts.
When we go unconscious, we drift below the line. This model shows us how to notice when we drift below the line and how to adjust.
By "x"ing out qualities or ways of being in yourself, you get in the way of your own full expression and power. Use this worksheet to gain awareness into what you "x" out .
This exercise is designed to help you become more aware of your compulsions that take you away from the mental, emotional, and physical discomfort you are experiencing in the present moment. By allowing the discomfort to be here, rather than numbing it with compulsive behaviors, you become more present and aware of the intelligence the discomfort may be offering you.
A diagram to help locate emotions in your body and listen to the wisdom of the emotion.
Explore the full spectrum of the five core feelings: anger, sadness, fear, joy, sexual feelings.
Knowing how to express emotions all the way through to completion helps to develop emotional intelligence. Use this guide to identify, locate, allow, or accept the sensation, and then match your experience with your expression.
A step by step guide to doing a CLG check-in.
Listening above the line happens when the listener is aware of what's occuring in the moment for themselves and with the person they're listening to, without any alternative motives. This kind of listening supports genuine transformation and honors the intelligence of head, heart, and gut.
Use this handout to recognize that our critical judgements about others are pointers to the parts of ourselves that we either don’t acknowledge or fully accept.
Guide yourself to differentiate facts from story to get to the heart of an issue and discover how the opposite of your story may be as true.
To support your learning and growth through the art of giving and receiving feeback.
Learn to reveal what is true by revealing what is unarguable through physical sensations, emotions, or thoughts.
Your feedback is a gift; it gives others an opportunity to learn how they may be impacting you and others. How you receive feedback is as important as how you deliver it. No matter whom it comes from or how it is delivered, it presents a unique opportunity to learn and grow.
Eliminate drama, and wasted time and energy, by defining clear decision rights. No decision right is fundamentally better than another. Conscious leaders get present and consider which decision right will most serve the situation, circumstance, and team.
Taking responsibility for your wellbeing is foundational to conscious leadership. Use this worksheet to do a self-care inventory and to identify new habits or practices you can integrate to boost your wellbeing.
Use this list to help scan through your life and discover where you may be out of integrity.
If you're overcommitted because you have trouble saying "No," use this practice to shift your pattern.
Integrity (n.): The quality or state of wholeness, congruence, alignment. The four pillars: Emotional Intelligence, Impeccable Agreements, Healthy Responsibility, and Conscious Communication.
Learning to listen to the wisdom your mind, body, will, and emotions.
Use this tool to discover how much of your day you spend in your zone of genius.
Send this to people who know you well to begin to explore your zone of genius.
In this exercise you are asked to identify and then describe eight specific accomplishments or experiences across your entire life.
A worksheet to identify from where you are sourcing security, approval and control.
A meditation practice to support you in embodying commitment 11.
Learning to differentiate what's under your control and what isn't is a key to happiness and effectiveness. Use our process to bring more of both.
An exercise to address what is "missing" in the world
This is a formula originally created by Richard Beckhard and David Gleicher, refined by Kathie Dannemiller. Learn about how vision, dissatisfaction and resistance play into your relationship with change.
Conscious compassion includes awareness, acceptance, and action. This worksheet is designed to ensure that your compassion is coming from trust versus threat.
Use this guide to assist your group in a meaningful discussion and deeper understanding of how The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership can help you live and lead above the line.
Five commitments to align with with concrete steps you can take to do your part to end drama in the workplace.
Use this handout to tune in and see how much are you fully embodying each commitment.
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