Integral Process Leadership (IPL) is the People and Culture framework described in the Merlin Advantage. IPL blends new positions, bold policies, and human-centric practices to support leadership development, organizational effectiveness, healthy culture, and psychological safety. IPL re-calibrates a long-standing and deeply entrenched, neuropsychological imbalance that sustains almost all underlying organizational problems.
IPL's lead the human-centric work of organizations by leveraging their training and innate strengths of empathy and intuition to teach, model, and coach values, practices, and approaches that foster safety, engagement, and high-performance.
Here are some podcasts that add dimension and texture to the conversation about The Merlin Advantage and Integral Process Leadership.
1) A return trip to GroundWork Leadership Institute for another in depth and enriching conversation with Chris Pineda.
2) A great visit with Chris Pineda from Groundwork Leadership Institute - an epicenter for transformative leadership development and community action.
3) One from way back with my brother Zach who runs VUVIVO, a faith-based, non-profit with a uniquely aligned mission to re-enchant reality and elevate human flourishing.
An awesome conversation with the no-nonsense, deeply insightful Work Culture Consultant! A convergence of Introverted Intuition and a shared pursuit of workplaces that elevate human flourishing AND high performance.
Talking with Germany's very own type and life coach Teodora about all things INFJ and IPL!
Type expert Joe Arrigo and I cover some fun territory related to The Merlin Advantage and Integral Process Leadership.
The Master and His Emissary - Iain McGilchrist. 2009. Explore the stunning implications of left and right brain influences in the evolution of civilization and culture.
The Neuroscience of Personality - Dario Nardi. 2011. This book introduces the basics of the 16 Myers-Briggs types, four temperaments, and eight Jungian cognitive processes using compelling insights drawn from Nardi's brain research lab.
The Fearless Organization - Amy C. Edmonson. 2018. This book explores the vital concept of psychological safety, and provides a blueprint for making it reality. Succinct and informative scenario-based explanations provide a clear path forward to a culture where it’s “safe” to express ideas, ask questions, and admit mistakes.
The End of Management - Kenneth Cloke and Joan Goldsmith. 2002. A critical look at traditional management systems and structures and a deep dive on more effective collaborative approaches.