Inquiry Management & Leadership

Inquiry Method

  1. The practice of setting myself aside and through questions seeing the world through the eyes of another.
  2. A tool for healing, growth, and learning that is facilitated by a coach or mentor relationship.
  3. A philosophical framework for optimizing life arrived at through the practice of Inquiry Method.
  4. A method for relating with others that creates understanding, resolution, alignment of goals and objectives, and connection.

Inquiry Management

  1. A technique and practices for the operation of an organization and hierarchical relationships that amplify the growth and success of the individual toward shared goals and objectives.
  2. A way of organizing relationships within an organization around mentoring relationships rather than the traditional authoritarian boss/employee model.
  3. A commitment to creating accountability that requires leaders to be the most open, open, committed, engaged, members of the organization, who see their role as growing and inspiring people.

Inquiry Leadership

  1. The view that as a leader it is my duty to grow and optimize myself to be the best leader I can become. That I look first to myself for the source of problems.
  2. The practice of using Inquiry Method on myself to explore my own growth and development.
  3. The commitment to inspiring others to perform rather than requiring them to perform.
  4. The view that accountability starts and begins with the leader, no victimhood, only constant creation, and re-creation.