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Applying Integral Development

This three-day program is designed for leaders at all levels of an organization. The Integral Development Process helps frame and focus integral development to enhances the interplay between the mind, body, emotions, and spirit. By providing an organizing framework and exercises that highlight the synergy between the domains, participants increase their integral development and capacity to serve their clients and colleagues.

What Is Integral Development?

Until the late 1990s, cognitive intelligence (CI) was the way we measured our “smarts”—educationally and professionally. Then breakthrough research about emotional intelligence (EI) expanded that view. It changed how we understand personal and professional effectiveness. Ongoing studies in the neurosciences highlighted two additional domains of intelligence—physical intelligence (PI) located throughout the body, and spiritual intelligence (SI) located in the frontal lobe of the brain. Integral Development is designed to experientially integrate, access, and apply intelligence from these four domains in intentional ways.

Using a simple, comprehensive model, participants learn to recognize these unique domains, how they interact, and how to draw forth more meaningful and effective ways of living, working and leading. This interactive program of learning is grounded in everyday leadership situations and challenges.

The Program Includes:

  • An Integral Leadership Resource Manual. This manual includes the ID definitions, models of the 4 domains, explanation of the 4 quadrants, and 20 competencies for personal development. Also included are exercises, activities, powerful questions, forms, and an annotated bibliography.
  • A series of Assessment Inventories focused on the Physical, Emotional, Cognitive, Spiritual, and Integral models. Discover strengths and weaknesses in each domain as well as with each quadrant (self-awareness, self-care, social awareness, and social care).


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