Graduate Program Director
Carol LwaliGraduate Admission Counselor206.firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience how participatory leadership and the practice of working with ‘living themes’ generates lively interactions and fosters the development of personal leadership, constructive collaboration, results-orientation and environmental awareness in your team!
This breakfast meeting is for all managers and team leaders (in business, public service/administration, social welfare), … who are seeking inspiration on how to develop personal and collective leadership in their teams and organizations
Seattle University Summer Programs and the MA Psychology program are teaming up to bring you a rare and important opportunity. Be here at the start of a new training program at Seattle University that aims to enhance and expand your leadership skills - the first time ever such workshops on Theme Centered Participatory Leadership is being offered in the United States.
Since 2011, four years now, Seattle University's MA in Psychology program has offered a well-appreciated summer master course on Theme Centered Interaction (TCI) to its graduate students. We thought it was time to bring this opportunity to you. This year we are offering two professional/continuing education courses that will be run by Annemieke Algra and Wim Stevens – two visiting professors from The Netherlands and Belgium. The first opportunity for this training is to attend the TCI Breakfast – information below. The second opportunity for professional growth and skills building is a 2 ½ day intensive study program on Participatory Leadership.
We hope you are able to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity to hone and expand your leadership skills through either or both of these unique learning environments.
Annemieke and Wim work as independent trainers / consultants in Europe in the field of organizational and leadership development. Both are certified by the Ruth Cohn Institute International (www.ruth-cohn-insitute.com) as TCI-instructors.
Today, the development of an integral approach to collective leadership in your team is critical if you are to meet the challenges of turbulent times and changes within your organization as flexibly and creatively as possible. Collective leadership refers to a situation in which individuals take responsibility for themselves and at the same time for ‘the bigger whole’ of which they are part.
But exactly how do you bring the right conditions to your team for this type of collective leadership to emerge? In other words, how do you lead yourself as a leader in order to develop a sense of personal leadership in others?
Similar questions were central concerns of Ruth Cohn when she developed Theme Centered Interaction (TCI) during the 1960's. TCI offers a unique leadership concept and a concrete method that is surprisingly relevant when it comes to today’s leadership challenges. The leadership concept of TCI is called participatory leadership and is focused on:
TCI offers the leader a value based and systemic approach that seeks to balance four aspects of any social system: the individuals with their needs (the ‘I’s), the relationships between team members (the ‘WE’), the needs of the task at hand (‘IT’) and the relationships with the bigger environment (the ‘GLOBE’). These four factors are connected to one another and are equal in value. They affect each other and their interrelationship. The method itself helps participant leaders to work with the ‘living themes’ that bind these four factors together and contribute to the development of team (members) and the organization.
Seattle University, Hunthausen 110, 7:30am-10am
Cost: $30, (light continental breakfast included)
Annemieke Algra Wim Stevens
Annemieke Algra Bio
Wim Stevens Bio