Key Themes of Quadrant 4

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_ Quadrant 4 is the space of inspired leadership. The foundation

of personal and professional development in the previous three

quadrants lays the foundation for the inspirational leadership

that occurs in Quadrant 4. In this quadrant leaders experience

inspirational insight—a knowing that something new or different

is possible. Quadrant 4 is the place of step change, where

new possibilities are recognized and attained. Clients typically

evolve into this space, drawn forward by an intense curiosity to

really experience their own potential and compelled to bring

into form the possibilities that are taking shape in their mind’s

eye. Donna faced many challenges as she worked to create these

new teams, and those challenges honed her into the leader she

had hoped to be when she started her coaching journey.

_ Inspirational insight is enhanced in Quadrant 4. Inspiration illuminates

this quadrant.While working in this quadrant, clients

may identify new markets to serve, imagine new products to

produce, or articulate innovative approaches for cultivating

leadership in the organization. The outcomes are as varied as

the people who originate them. Although inspiration can occur

on any scale, this quadrant holds the most potential for affecting

entire organizations and systems.

_ Coaching is the path to personal power. The promise of the

Leading with Insight model is personal power. Clients who

attain personal power rest easily in their own skin, confident

that they possess an incredible depth of capabilities and have

the insight to focus their energy to make things happen. There

is generally a quiet ease and playful strength about these people

that naturally inspires others to expand their own horizons.

We need more of these people in our organizations and in

the world.