When I first came up with the idea of the Circle of Impact two decades ago, I was responding to the patterns of behavior that I saw in people and organizations. In a real sense, their problems originated in the way they thought, the way they related to people, and the way they organized their world.
Out of that perception came the notion that there are three aspects of our lives – ideas, relationships, and structure – that represent the connective tissue of who we are and the world that surrounds us. I called them, The Three Dimensions of Leadership. At that time, I did not actually know how they were connected. I just knew they were. I could see it. It took many years to fully understand how fundamental a perspective I had discovered.
We are living in a time of uncertainty. How do we find ways to counter the experience of fear, anxiety, and self-doubt? We need a story that affirms who we are and reminds us of what matters to us. Our story is there for us when uncertainty seems to be at its most intense and alienating.
I’m offering a webinar to address the fear and anxiety that has grown exponentially because of the coronavirus crisis.
I don’t know about you, but the isolation that comes with social distancing is a challenge. As a result, I am going to host an online conversation this Wednesday, March 18 from 5-6:30pm Mountain Daylight Time. In order to participate, send me your email and an expressed desire to be in conversation with others to my email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no agenda. Each person will have the opportunity to introduce themselves. And the group will decide what it wants to discuss.
The conversation will be moderated to ensure respect and openness of expression.