In the words of our clients...
“I had found several incidents where staff had gotten trapped in disagreements, and sometimes conflicts, with community, staff and customers. As CEO I had to solve those issues. We had tried a variety of other programs but nothing seemed to work until Kathy came to us with Worldview Intelligence. Then we got results.”
“Every time we have worked with Kathy, we met or exceeded our goals in a sustainable way.”
“Our board of directors was able to hear a wide variety of experiences and ideas, including those from typically quiet committee members. We realized that our differences of opinions were actually quite small and we identified the work that needed tending to.”
“Our 5 year Strategic Plan, facilitated by Worldview Intelligence, reflects where the organization needs to go to continue to meet our mandate in the future, all employees will see the impact of their work in the plan and the end result is a strategic plan that people feel very good about.”
“At one point in the meeting, Kathy and Jerry put us into smaller teams that were all at stalemates in terms of working together. We dreaded this moment but using the Worldview Intelligence Six Dimensions Framework, we were able to determine team and organization worldviews. Tension was diffused, meaningful conversations were had and the start of healing and coming together began.”
“When the SD Board of Nursing hosted a meeting between very divergent stakeholders, participants were able to come together with a better understanding of each others worldviews. This led to supporting a bold, audacious step to change SD's Nurse Practice Act to allow registered nurses to delegate insulin administration to trained unlicensed persons. This change supported greater access to care for children in schools who did not have access to a nurse for insulin administration.”
“Public engagement is essential to help citizens understand the whys and hows of any topic. Worldview Intelligence centered around a better understanding of community health care concerns and opportunities through public engagement with five municipal units.”
“Jerry's consulting with us, in which he acted as a host of a large group discussion that involved both strategic planning and conflict resolution, was remarkable. After nearly two years without making any progress, the retreat that Jerry designed and facilitated was the thing that finally cleared the logjam.”
“Our Worldview Intelligence retreat was held just a few weeks after the merger of our two organizations. Not only did the experience help build relationships across the newly combined organization, the conversations around worldviews and perspective were so helpful in us realizing that we brought similarities and unique qualities to our partnership... and that ok and a good thing.”
“Jerry and Kathy give our international students the opportunity to think about topics never taught at the University. In doing so, they are able to think about who they are, compare cultures, and open their minds in a frame which is totally different from classical academic courses.”
“I used the information from this training to learn how to communicate better with others and understand the value of storytelling within the context of communication and engagement.”
“The work we engaged in allowed us to surface priorities that emerged from the wisdom of all engaged in the organization. It provided a road map for implementation and gave each person tools to learn how to host challenging conversations and unpack the complex issues that hinder organizational performance.”
“Kathy’s work introduced our predominately international student body to the language, structure and approach of Worldview Intelligence. The design of the course gave our students the opportunity to explore aspects of their own worldviews and put theory into action. These were life lessons that have served our students well after their degree was completed. Indeed, Worldview Intelligence has a legacy that lives well beyond the classroom.”
“When members of the university's football team knelt for the National Anthem in Fall 2020, a portion of our alumni base were offended by the action and wanted the university administration to take action. The university administration needed help to develop communication strategies to balance both sides of the issue.”
“As a campus, we were at a loss on how to move forward with critical conversations due to our fear of the possible fallout. This fear is ever present, but Worldview provides a structure and mindset that is inclusive of all perspectives.”
“For me, the sessions illuminated the fact that diversity alone is not enough. For diversity to be meaningful, we have to ensure that each individual's opinions are invited, their voice is heard and different experiences & perspectives are given consideration in the conversation.”
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