[Springboard] Junaluska Gathering

Lawrence Philbrook icalarry at ms69.hinet.net
Sun Sep 30 02:22:53 EDT 2007

Dear Randy

We have been working in several areas in working with individuals 
especially in the Facilitation Certification Program and in 
organizations through leadership training and leadership mentoring.  
Part of our task it bring awareness of the authentic struggles and 
successes that each person brings to their task and vocation of 
leadership. What is your specific question?

Last week I was meeting with the Generative Change Community in Manila 
and they asked what made the community of facilitators different in 
Taiwan and the spirit different.  One of the people with who is an old 
colleague and facilitator answered that the key has been having the 
Wests and the Philbrooks the ICA in Taiwan, the methods or processes can 
be transformative but the key is the willingness of our colleagues to 
share their own lives in humility and to invite others to do so as well. 
This vulnerability demonstrates service and spirit. 

I was speechless and did not know what to say. Now a week later my 
interpretation is  living a life of spirit is not about perfection but 
the reality of continuous work on the discipline of living as 
authentically as I can at every moment and inviting others to do the same.

With respect, Larry

R Williams wrote:
> Jack and all,
> I am reading with interest of the various offerings that have, I 
> assume, spun off from RS-1, like the Courage to Lead and Cock's 
> weekend that calls forth spirit giants.  These are apparently geared 
> to individual transformation and development, as was RS-1.  I am 
> wondering if anyone has developed program approaches aimed at the 
> transformation and development of organizations?
> Randy
> */Jack Gilles <icabombay at igc.org>/* wrote:
>     Wayne,
>     I have always thought that Courage to Lead was a fine way to present
>     our historical spirit work. Thanks for reminding us. I would love
>     to hear more on just how people are responding to it; what do they
>     find most helpful, have you added any "twists" to it etc. Do you
>     think it might be the basic component in a larger program that could
>     include other methods and work and do you think it would work on-line?
>     Jack
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