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How much time will I have to spend on this?
If you're super-achivement-oriented, few hours a week, between program sessions, 1:1s and reading/homework.
For the most part, instead of spending extra time, I want you to recast the way you view -- and possibly do -- your existing work. To think about things you're already thinking about. Differently.
Most recommended readings are brief articles. Things you can read in <20 minutes.
How do the 1:1s work?
The 1:1s are customized discussions, based on your own current situation.
They're a time for me to help you to meet the material, where you are! Logistically, the 1:1s are available with me via Zoom, generally the same day as program sessions.
Assignments -- that sounds like homework! Can you share them with me?
Program topics and syllabus are posted here. Participants come to the program with different experiences. Every group has a different flavor, this sets the stage for any assignments; they don't really stand alone.
Similarly, though I work from my outline and desired outcomes, program sessions unfold according to the specific needs each group reveals in the course of discussion.
Early-ish? What do you mean, and/or are you kidding me?
"First thing in the morning," imo, is an insurance policy against the ravages of the day. After past evening briefings and workshops, I've heard from people who didn't make it -- once the day starts, there are 99 reasons for your day to be taken away from you.
Can you run a program like this for a group of managers at our organization?
Yes. I'd love to talk with you about it.
When will the IRL program return?
I don't know. Please reach out if you have questions.
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