Key Themes of Quadrant 3

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_ Quadrant 3 is the space for enhancing group and team effectiveness.

The work in Quadrant 3 revolves around discerning how

to interact effectively and assume a leadership role in complex

situations, such as groups, teams, or even networks. Clients may

focus on launching new initiatives, influencing an organization

in some way, or taking a new approach with an existing department,

as Donna did. There is often a component of gaining

greater clarity regarding the alignment of one’s values and the

focus of one’s work. Leadership styles are expanded, and clients

become clearer on what needs to shift or change to create better

alignment between who they are and how they work.

_ Intuitive insight is enhanced in Quadrant 3. Quadrant 3 affords

clients the opportunity to tap more deeply into their own intuitive

knowing. As the environment in which a client operates

becomes more complex, intuition becomes an important

navigational instrument. Guided by her coach, Donna gained

confidence in her intuitive insights and used these insights to

smooth out the path forward for her emerging team. Donna

did not rely on intuition alone, but rather, integrated her

intuitive insights with her linear observations to make the best

choices she could in any given situation.

_ Intuitive centeredness opens the door to Quadrant 4. A person

who is intuitively centered trusts her intuitive insights and

easily integrates those insights with concrete, logical information.

Leaders who tend to overthink or overanalyze and have

difficulty moving forward have not learned how to use this rich

resource to guide their decision making. The fullness of the

insight that Donna had already established through her work

in Quadrants 1 and 2 served as a solid foundation for her developing

intuitive centeredness.When Donna was able to be calm

and tuned into her own experience, she noticed things that she

previously would have overlooked. The richness of this information

helped Donna pick up on dynamics that were impeding

the progress of her team. As Donna experienced more

success guiding the team in this new way, she found that she

was seeing opportunities for the department to develop that

she had not previously noticed.