Leadership today is no longer focused on command and control. It is about engaging people to act with shared vision, with integrity and with heart. Leaders need to listen and influence others; to be facilitators of change and to work effectively with diverse perspectives and cultures. Ginny works with leaders to ask good questions and remain centered while cultivating strong relationships. Her unique coaching helps leaders identify and change patterns, focus on individual strengths, manage stress, and move projects forward.
She directs the Taos Institute MSc in Relational Leading, a two-year global cohort master's program offered in collaboration with the Professional Development Foundation and Middlesex University in London. The program integrates emerging theory and practices addressing the social construction of realities, values and reason, systemic and collaborative practices and relational and appreciative leading.
Her pioneering work established the Women’s Leadership Community for women seeking more authenticity and greater influence in their lives and work. As co-founder of the Waterline Coaching Method, Ginny has facilitated dozens of peer coaching programs for leaders, as well as trained facilitators to work with peer coaching and action learning groups. She also delivers these innovative leadership programs:
Art of Hosting training in Participatory Leadership
Interaction Associates’ Facilitative Leader program
Power and Systems’ Organization Workshop for Creating Partnership
Institute of Cultural Affairs’ Group Facilitation Methods
Authenticity Consulting’s Leader Learning Circles
Mutual Influencing for Leaders: Skills for Inquiry and Advocacy