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Mike R. Jay, Developmentalist

There are many ways to both start, maintain, and manage a developmental map.

Note this photo from the work of Drs. Beck and Graves who worked closely for years with Graves primary research.

Series II  Drs Beck and Graves

Note that as a person developing — direct and indirect, it’s common to become a more involved person vertically, obliquely, and laterally over time, which is why VOL/Tage becomes an important part of understanding ours and others development.

Remember the developmental maps you have seen with our kids?

Series II Growth Chart

It’s amazing that this same shape can be used to illustrate VOL/T in adult development as well.

Here’s a chart I drew from my research over time.

Series II Leader Path

Note the striking similarity among these mapping designs.

Mapping development helps to understand that the map is not the territory but a path that shows where we have come from and where we might be going.

There are many ways to map development and it may be important to understand where we are in relation to our growth challenges over time.

Mike Jay

Mike R Jay, Developmentalist

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Mike R. Jay is a developmentalist utilizing consulting, coaching, mentoring, and trusted advice emergent from dynamic inquiry as a means to cue, scaffold, support, lift, and protect; offering inspiration to aspiring leaders who are interested in humaning where being, doing, having, becoming, contributing, protecting, and letting go help people have generative lives.


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