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      Exploring a Systems View of Leadership - Saturday Morning

      Day 2 - Morning

      Morning Program: Anxiety and its Influence on Functioning

      Welcome Back and Kickoff for Day 2

      Moderator: Stanley Proffitt

      Family Interdependence as Adaptive Response - Carrie E. Collier, PhD, LPC, CRC

      Psychotherapy grounded in Bowen family systems theory supports individuals’ interests in engaging in a series of process-oriented steps, toward differentiation of self, that promotes future movements in the direction of successful family adaptation. The family goal becomes seeking a more complex emotional system; freeing up the system’s energy to be directed toward the integration of emotion with thinking.

      Differentiation of Self as a Foundation for Leadership - Amie Post, MA, LCMFT

      Being paid to lead is a complicated business, learning to be a leader is the work of a lifetime. Thinking with Bowen theory can contribute to functioning in business but work on differentiation of self is where real leadership emerges. This presentation will present family of origin work, its influence on leadership and how Bowen theory is utilized as a framework for thinking about how organizations function.

      Conversation between Stephen M. Colarelli, Carrie Collier and Amie Post

      Cooperation and Leadership in the Family and Workplace - Stephen M. Colarelli, PhD

      Humans are a social species. Indeed, it has been our capacity to cooperate with others, perhaps more than any other human trait, that has been responsible for our success as a species. Although we cooperate with both family and non-family members, our capacity to cooperate widely with non-kin has been critical to the complex division of labor, the widespread growth of civilizations and nation-states, large organizations, and national and international economic systems. What is the evolved basis for our extraordinary capacity for cooperation? What role do leaders – in families and organizations – play in enabling cooperation? What does an evolutionary perspective say about the constraints and opportunities for encouraging and sustaining human cooperation?

      Comments on Morning Presentations with Thoughts and Questions - Daniel Papero

      Moderated Large Group - Audience engagement with Stephen Colarelli, PhD, Carrie Collier and Amie Post

      Moderator: Stanley Proffitt

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