Interpersonal Flexibility Circle: What is Next?
Friday, May 30th - 8:30-10:30 AM
Hope Hills will bring more about the Interpersonal Flexibility Circle (IFC), starting briefly with the basic tenets, she will show us how she uses it in coaching and consultation. So think of some situations that you would like to work through in the group. This could be a one to one relationship, or planning for a meeting!
She will also discuss how she uses the IFC approach in her Lifeline process and show how the IFC approach actually EXPLAINS why some other theories work, as it is interactional, not just an assessment of one person. Her instrument that looks at interpersonal flexibility for individuals, dyads, 360 processes, and teams, is now available in beta form. She invites you to take it. (Sign up for it with your name and e-mail address.)
She will be asking us for feedback about how to set up a successful certification program for the Circle and the Lifeline. Please think about (and maybe list with website addresses) the certification processes that YOU have attended that YOU liked the best. How were they organized? What was the support like after the process?
Hope I. Hills, Ph.D., is the founder and president of Circle Consulting Group, LLC. A psychologist since 1986, and a Leadership and Organizational consultant since 1991, she brings a breadth and depth of experience to her work with leaders and their organizations. She has actually coached 24 CEOs/Presidents and many of their teams.
Throughout her years as a psychologist, Hope has applied solid psychological theory to real life issues. Her work researching and utilizing the Interpersonal Circle is extensive and has created a solid, actionable model that she uses to help individuals, teams and organizations become more effective.
For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour or Mary Charles Blakebrough ( 919-493-5424).