June 25, 2013
In this series on answers to practitioners’ questions about character and presence. I’ve addressed whether character is amenable to intentional modification, why the “character/presence package” is both important and difficult, and what it means for a change practitioner to be “asleep at the wheel.” In this final post, I’ll address how to be definitive when expressing your character without becoming closed-minded or appearing to push your own agenda.
June 18, 2013
I’m continuing with my answers to practitioners’ questions on character and presence. In this third post of the series, I address concerns about our tendency to “fall asleep” rather than come to terms with who we are and its place in practicing the craft.
June 12, 2013
Many change facilitators have asked me questions about my recent series on character and presence, and I decided to answer them directly on the blog over several weeks. In this post, I address concerns about finding clients who will value a practitioner’s “character/presence package.”
June 4, 2013
I recently published two series outlining why I think character and presence are so important to change facilitators seeking mastery in our profession. Many people strongly resonated with this topic—the responses have been quite remarkable. In this light, several themes emerged in the questions practitioners have been asking me about all this, and I thought I would share a few of them, along with my answers.