2016 Consulting Rankings
2016 Consulting Rankings
In today’s increasingly globalized and competitive business world, leaders must function in a world of complexity, chaos, and ambiguity. They must be ready to move away from linear thinking systems and processes, to respond to the paradoxes, dilemmas, and tensions with new thinking. Polarity Mapping works with sets of opposites, harnessing and leveraging the energy between two poles to achieve goals faster, converting resistance into a resource. Instead of ‘either/or’ thinking, Polarity Mapping uses a ‘yes/and’ approach to use the best of both opposites while avoiding the limits of each.
Watch this webinar, led by Eileen Dowse Ph.D., Lecturer with the Global Leadership MBA Program, and you will learn:
• A simple model for addressing large and complex issues.
• An approach for transforming from a ‘yes-but’ thinking into “both-and” thinking.
• How to leverage the strength of polar opposites.
• Ways to collaboratively solve a problem with more than one right answer.
• A tool for successfully implementing change by seeing the whole picture.
Eileen Dowse Ph.D.
Lecturer with the Global Leadership MBA program at The University of Texas at Dallas
Eileen Dowse Ph.D. is a recognized global leadership consultant and organizational psychologist specializing in organizational health and effectiveness through education, consulting, facilitation and executive coaching. She has extensive practical experience in the field of global communications, global leadership and cultural competency development. throughout North America, Europe, Australia, Africa, and Asia.
Eileen fosters productive relationships for organizations and strengthens employee commitment to ensure greater levels of collective impact. As a recognized professional speaker, corporate educator, executive coach, and award-winning author of "The Naked Manager, How to build open relationships at work", her programs are thought-provoking, results-oriented, entertaining, and inspirational. She has also written, "The Agile Business Leader, The Four Roles of Successful Leaders" (translated into Chinese), which focuses on being responsive, adaptive, and effective in an era filled with confusion, contradictions, and corruption. Clients seek out Eileen because she has mastered the art of identifying the root of organizational issues and has implemented strategies that allow leaders, teams, and entire organizations to become more effective. Eileen is widely regarded as one of the thought-leaders in international facilitation as well as being a co-founder, and Chair Emeritus of the International Institute for Facilitation. She is also a member of the UN Peace Coalition to help develop leaders for promoting peace.