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Fractionalization is gaining over Integration

A member posted a video link focusing on the increasing number of geopolitical areas abandoned by government law enforcement and ruled by the immigrant ethnic elite.

Mike’s reply: All of us have grown up with this informal fractionalization… across the tracks, down by the river, projects, ghettos… but now they have more sophisticated names, and most people don’t go there.

On the other side of complexity

Through the coaching of thousands of clients and the training of coaches in more than 45 countries over more than three decades, Mike R. Jay devised a model of “development in a leadership context” simply “on the other side of complexity.” Following in the path of GENERATI @F-L-O-W, Mike has learned that change is best designed and scaffolded from talent, rather than extracted from working on limitations.

Mike realized that development occurs in the context, conditions, code, and culture of organizations and thus using powerful content, and knowledge of “core” individual attributes, enhances self-awareness through the objectification of self-knowledge.

Through the network of seven core DYNAMICS: Capability, Bias, Style, Level, Role, Values, and System can be used to both differentiate and integrate self-knowledge and self-awareness.

A member’s follow-up comment: …my sense is that it generally requires a capacity to take a perspective on oneself, perhaps not continuously, but quite frequently. That is a level of ego complexity that is post-conventional at a minimum.

Mike’s response: There is a school (modern) of thought that GT-YELLOW [GT-YELLOW ± express self as self-desires, but never at the expense of others or the earth] is a vS (value SYSTEM) which is able to combine, integrate, and amalgamate the vS leading up to it.

Social complexity (SC), is thought to be a building block in all developmental systems. My networked model of development relies on progression as an influencer rather than a mainstay.

Another member’s comment: This age of the Internet and modern technology has given mankind a lot of advantages and it has ALSO made us much weaker, both physically, mentally, and socially. Our new programs make people aware of that and show them an alternative solution, bringing back the humanity in humans.

Mike’s response: What we have that appeals to almost everyone is a coaching system that promotes growth @F-L-O-W. If you do, these things are going to be better… if you don’t do, these things are going to get worse!
Note: Later this year Mike will be releasing his latest book, Dynamic Inquiry.

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