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Integral Coaching Model V6

Integral Leadership – Ken Wilber “As integral leaders we can draw upon different styles of leadership. We arrive at more flexibility and more freedom to act as the circumstances dictate; this is because we can see more clearly what the individual need is, and also what the group needs are at any given time. Studies continue to show that when an individual has developed into integral stages in one or more lines, they show more leadership ability.” Rackel Valadares - All Rights Reserved - 2014

Integral Leadership – Ken Wilber “An integral leader has a paradoxical nature. He or she is humble and autocratic, great at listening to everyone, but also at making decisions on his or her own. This is the type of flexibility of awareness we see in Integral Leaders: democratic and autocratic are options for choosing, not identifications for these individuals. They know, either directly or intuitively, that different types of leadership work better than others, in certain contexts.” Rackel Valadares - All Rights Reserved - 2014

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