Thursday September 1, 2016 at
6:00 PM MDT
Thursday November 17, 2016 at 9:00 PM MST

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Higher Alignment Offices 
2945 Center Green Court, Ste E
Boulder, CO 80301

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Sandra Jaquith 
Higher Alignment 

Organizational Alignment

                 with Naomi Bauer & Larry Byram

September 1 - November 17, 2016
6 - 9 p.m. MDT

Free Intro on Thursday, August 25

$397 Boulder Classroom
            Boulder classroom price allows you to be in the classroom or on-line.
$347 On-line Webinar

All registered students will receive recordings of the classes
with video, Mp3, and pdfs of slides.


Synergistic Team Building 

All organizations reflect the energy of its founders and the employees who serve its aspiration or purpose. This class is all about understanding why some organizations do not live up to their potential. When an organization is fully expressed, it is because its employees are aligned to its mission and possess the capacity to contribute in ways to make a difference. This is why organizations rise or fall, based on management’s ability to recognize and affirm the talents of its employees. Creative potential is not developed in an environment where outer power, prestige and competition prevent team expression and unification.

The greatest asset of an organization is its ability to channel resources in a focused manner, so true Co-Creativity can emerge. We learn to anticipate the development path of an organization by better understanding the choices in front of it. We will discover not only why we feel compromised in running our businesses but, what can be done about it.

This ongoing, consciousness-building discussion challenges our old assumptions and provides insights about how individual relationships truly make organizations work. This course is designed for individuals in both large and small organizations and is particularly valuable to entrepreneurs. We are particularly focusing on companies with one to fifty employees, run by a single owner, or one that has a single managing partner. Examples of the smaller types of service organizations we are looking at are legal, accounting, marketing, veterinary, architecture, engineering, medical and dental offices. One of the biggest challenges for these organizations is identifying potential employees who would be the best cultural fit for a growing organization.

Find out more about how common beliefs about business undermine workgroups. We will consider how little involvement and participation is actually sought out in our present top-down hierarchical structures. Can this continue to be successful? We will discuss how we know when an organization is accomplishing its purpose and when it is not. We will clarify the murky waters and boundaries between organizations and its employees. We will investigate how we can create conscious agreements and policies between employees and management that reflect an enlightened perspective about being more synergistic.

We need to escape fixed perspectives, which keep us stuck by defining ourselves as problems and not opportunities. The dysfunction in teams is often based upon unconscious desires for safety and security, which drive us to seek out co-workers and bosses who reflect our parental patterns. Our inability to create an engrossing meaning or purpose for participating causes inertia, fear of change and office politics. Instead, we explore what it would be like if a team was designed to work creatively together?

During this process we will use real life examples. Participants can provide case studies (by gathering pictures) and, with their permission, work with class facilitators to determine how to best coach these groups. We will create teams to illustrate non-functional patterns of interaction. These example teams will then be used each night in the discussion to develop compatibility, leadership opportunities, motivation and life-work considerations. We will evaluate the capacity of a group to fulfill its purpose. If you want to use an existing group you know, make sure you can get photos of each member where their eyes are visible. The value of this project is to guide us in understanding the choices we make as company managers or team leaders. Rather than defining ourselves in terms of our organizations, this class is about learning to define our organizations in terms of ourselves.

While it is valuable to be experienced in compatibility profiling, it is not required for this course. The most important thing is to understanding your own Compatibility Factors. Experienced individuals will be available to assist you in profiling you and your prospects. New individuals may want to purchase the Creative Uniqueness book or simultaneously purchase that class as support material. This course has its own book and will be offered online as well as in the classroom. Classes will be recorded so that you can download mp3s, slides and videos for each class. Join us as we discover a more flexible way to establish a foundation for Co-Creative expression.


          Class Titles

        Transformational Leadership

        Calibrating Organization Consciousness

        Effective Motivational Strategies

        Organizational Defensiveness

        Customer-based Leadership

        Decision-making Processes

        Communication Patterns

        Organizational Design

        Employee Assessment Tools

        Selecting Congruent Employees

        Partnering Processes

        Creative Teamwork Strategies


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