JSRI Coaching Services
"Can you imagine what it would be like for you to be in a state of endless and limitless readiness?"
"Ready regardless of what's going on around you and who you are or are not with at the time. Ready to take action, even if the action required is to be completely still and calm - to wait for the precise moment when action would make the most difference."
"Next, can you imaging being in a group of people who operate in this way?"
"Two or twenty, two hundred or twenty thousand people who are ready to do what it takes to get the result, to create and produce the desired outcome - regardless of what's going on in the environment or what the competition is doing."
JSRI coaching builds on a single fundamental and foundational premise:
This premise is counter-intuitive to the one applied to mechanical systems, "A chain is only as strong as it's weakest link." However while this old adage may be true for mechanical, linear systems that operate from cause and effect paradigms it does not apply to dynamic systems. In dynamic systems there is the ability of the system to respond to the environment it is operating in and to change - this is a description of all human systems. What organizes these systems is the pattern of the strongest signal or the strongest individuals' intentions. The entire system will rally around a singular person who can, will and does demonstrate what it takes to make things work. This of course is the essence of true personal leadership.
There is no thing as stability in dynamic systems, they are always changing and the marketplace in which corporations play is one such system. While the concept of change in these systems remains constant, i.e.: it's always occurring, the rate of change is highly variable. It is no great surprise to state that today this system, the marketplace, is changing at a rate which is unprecedented in our recent past. What this does to the system is to create great turbulence and even turmoil. What's at stake is the very existence of the system and surely the player within it.
The determining factor of what the system will do and where it will go is what or who will the system next organize around. This is the critical factor and therefore also determines the critical path of the system. What we do in our coaching programs is to directly address these issues as they arise and create great preparedness in the participants of our programs to adapt, respond and organize themselves in relation to change. Ultimately these people become the organizing factor.
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