Liminal Transformation for Organizations

There is ample evidence that an obsessive focus on process improvements is failing to deliver.  And in this modern, incredibly fast changing environment, we still cling to these 150 year old ideals like a drowning man to a punctured life craft.

The pressure to adapt is only going to increase in the coming years. We predict that the companies that create soar-away value from unbeatable competitive advantage will be those that have massively increased their ability to collaborate and cooperate. Nurturing a workplace that understands the importance of consciousness, organizations will enable and leverage the higher functions of the neo-cortex rather than the swampy limitations of the primitive brain.

Nurturing human consciousness in organisations is the next major leap forward in competitive advantage.

 

Inducing a Liminal State

Savvy leaders recognize the reciprocity between the growth of the individual and that of the organization as a whole. 

The end result is an organization of empowered individuals who are more capable of meaningful and creative responses within and especially at the boundaries of the organization.

Which is why we work at a deeper level by inducing a liminal state using a variety of programs and tools at many levels within your organization. The core of all of our programs is built around one-on-on liminal coaching sessions that utilize focused concentration, imagery and suggestion to calm the instinctive mind and encourage a voluntary, positive re-framing of the problems our clients face in today's business environment.

Creativity gives purpose to our existence, our work and our world. The research concurs. And yet, every industry faces the same challenge: legacy dominance of the left brain. The logical, reductionist, executive part of our brain dominates the workplace.

The subconscious parts of the brain are capable of doing massive parallel processing and are quite comfortable dealing with enormous complexity. Creative insights, novel solutions, and those precious shifts in perspective all flow more easily when we encourage and welcome this part of our unconscious. 

And this is where we come in.

Mike has been working with the whole team at our innovation consultancy. Our work requires us to maintain a high level of empathy, deep listening, and quick thinking in order to effectively support our clients to navigate complex challenges.

We are more resilient to stress and more able to tap into a creative and collaborative mindset.
— Greg Judelman, Co-Founder at The Moment
 

Liminal Coaching for Business Packages

Our business packages are custom tailored to meet the specific needs and challenges of your workplace. But the end result is the same. We work to turn key members of an organization or team into a super-connected group of innovation agents, helping them to open up their relational field and then work as feedback agents within the larger system. 

We look forward to providing a tailored and more detailed breakdown of what your program might look like.

Key Program Components

Co-piloting and Mentorship Session: These sessions begin with a collaborative framing workshop which grows into a regular feedback loop for the team or leadership. 
Shared Narratives workshop:  A facilitated workshop that creates bridges and enables cross-functional and cross-department teams to work together to accomplish shared objectives. Read more.
Liminal Facilitation and Conflict Resolution: Structured approaches to aligning goals and moving past conflict.
Liminal Coaching Sessions: Weekly sessions with all members of a key team or senior leadership. A core element of every program.
Visual Thinking Workshops: When you're ready to execute, we design... in conjunction with Dave Gray and the School of the Possible who says, "If you can't draw it, you can't do it."

Liminal Transformation for the rest of your organization

Liminal Pomodoro: A special approach to productivity that embraces ambiguity, improves creativity and strengthens resilience. Learn more.
Framing and Priming handbook: An every person's guide designed to allow anyone to practice key elements of the Liminal Coaching program.
Custom Recordings: Allows the improvements of Liminal Coaching being utilized at key levels within the organization to roll out across your wider organization.
Employee Feedback Loop: A portal that utilizes what we've learned from neuroscience research to create helpful input for managers and leaders within a team or across departments

Get Started on the Path to Improved Organizational Performance

Email Mike Parker to begin a conversation around how we can help your organization.

I’ve been working with Mike on becoming a better leader: improving my listening skills, focusing on the important rather than the urgent, maintaining a calm, relaxed, upbeat attitude, not getting distracted or annoyed by little things.

So far the results are quite astonishing. I find all the little things I usually procrastinate on are getting done. My office is clean, bright and organized. My mind is clear and fresh for work, I’m more proactive and much more productive with my time. And I feel great.
— Dave Gray - Founder of Xplane
 
 

About Mike Parker

Mike Parker is the developer of the groundbreaking modality called Liminal Coaching, and has over 30 years of experience in global systems helping clients to innovate, overcome challenges and improve performance across a wide range of domains.

He is as comfortable at the director level in a global consulting company as he is sitting in the chair across from you and helping you overcome your blocks and anxieties.

Mike’s interests are deep and broad, ranging across psychology, anthropology, philosophy, math, business, music and economic systems. All of this is supplemented by culture studies and a life devoted to Systems Thinking. Mike has an MBA in innovation, finance and strategy and has supplemented this with further post-graduate studies in Systems Thinking and Governance. He is a qualified Solutions Focused Therapist and a Research Fellow at the Schumacher Institute.

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