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Episode Info: Understanding that which holds us back, and how to break free. This is at the core of personal change, no matter what you want to change. We often face situations where we are unable to make the major change in our lives or at work we so desperately want. This episode is based on the concept of Subject-Object relations stemming from the work of Dr. Robert Kegan. This is about what it means to help people see a bigger world, to better understand themselves, to change their behavior, and to make better decisions. Do away with self-defeating behaviors, and getting rid of limiting beliefs. It’s time to succeed.   This Episode features: Alice Nichols – Alice has had an amazing journey in supporting leaders through their own development and the development of the organizations they lead. She is an authentic leader, environmentalist, and passionate supporter of people’s’ growth.   Austin Hulbert – Austin is currently a Harvard Business School Candidate. He flew as a Strike Fighter Pilot flying for the US Navy and spent time as a fighter pilot instructor for the Navy, training a new generation of American fighter pilots.  Jason Connell – Jason began his career as a child magician, and worked hard to become a leadership development professional and coach, he has worked with fortune 500 Executives and senior members of the Obama administration.  Michael Nagle is a transformational leadership consultant and coach. He has tremendous experience as an executive leadership coaching within pharmaceutical companies. His insights into personal change in the workplace lends itself directly to our broader conversation of development in the workplace. Dr. Mark Biddle – Mark is a professional leadership trainer, coach, educator, and founder of Dalton Corner Coaching. Mark’s experience ranges from serving as a minister in Chicago, to leading experiential leadership in the MBA program at Babson College. He also completed the Immunity to Change Coaching Program from Minds at Work.    Respond rather than reflecting. You will need to engage in work to understand yourself in truly deep ways to be able to step outside your everyday thought process to be able to engage in your thought process to understand what is holding you back.    Chris Argis formerly of Harvard Business School and Don Schon formerly of MIT looked at learning from first questioning the goal.  Single Loop learning refers to repeated attempts to solve the same problem with the same method without ever questioning the goal, while double loop learning begins with a shift in how we understand the goal, creating a more dynamic understanding of the problem we are working with, it encourages us to take in account of how our environment modifies our own mental model of the situation we face.     Being a true leader to help others be able to engage in personal change, begins with a leader’s ability to do the deep and sometimes painful work of understandin...
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