Mar 29, 2020
“The manner in which we observe determines what we observe. But ... how aware are we of how we observe and how we can change that? The only place we can observe from is our Way of Being, which is where our perceptions and attitudes live, many of which are deep-seated and out-of-awareness.”– Alan Sieler
Alan is the Director of Newfield Institute. He has designed a world-leading in-depth, comprehensive and internationally accredited coach-training program, the Certified Ontological Coaching and Leadership Program (formerly GraduateDiploma of Ontological Coaching). Alan also works with a network of colleagues in different countries in the delivery of Ontology as a robust business improvement methodology for organizations to enhance leadership capability, eliminate coordination waste and develop collaborative capital as the means to building a high-performance culture.
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Alan has worked with personnel in global and national corporations and government organizations from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Indonesia, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, India, mainland China, England, Ireland, Germany, Denmark, France, Italy, Switzerland, Slovakia, and the United States.
Information about Alan’s coach training and corporate services can be found at:
Newfield Institute (Australia) - www.newfieldinstitute.com.au
Ontological Coaching Institute (global) - www.ontologicalcoaching.com.au
Both websites have the same wide range of articles on the applications of Ontology for leadership development, organizational improvement, executive and personal coaching, relationships and personal development.
Contact Alan at: firstname.lastname@example.org
“People are complex, and if people are going to change, adjust and adapt to different circumstances, it very much involves them changing their perceptions and behaviors.” [14:16]
“People can only lead from their way of being to be more effective as leaders.” (19:00]
Alan Sieler & Maria Marc's upcoming live online training: