He is a cofounder of lucidly and has committed his life to helping others experience true freedom; freedom from mental noise, emotional baggage and sabotaging behavioral patterns.
“I’ve had the honor of providing coaching hundreds of leaders, executives, small business owner and professionals to improve their self-awareness, resolve workplace challenges, navigate life/work transitions and increase their energy and vitality.”
Favorite quote: “Change the way you look at things and the things that you look at change.”
Dr. Sarah Stebbins has over 25 years experience developing/delivering curriculum for workshops, seminars and university classes as well as an author, professional coach and sought-after speaker.
Her clients have included Fortune 500 companies, the Federal Government, colleges/universities and large diverse non-profit organizations. Her leadership training has been described as “some of the most effective training I have ever received.”
Dr. Stebbins became a licensee of Prosci Change Management Methodology and pairs this methodology with the strategic communication skills of Susan Scott’s Fierce Conversations.
She brings to her clients humor, vision, warmth, passion and a strong belief that what she has to offer can positively change organizations and……the world!
Her new book, From Fire to Water: Moving through Change was released in March 2021.
Dr. Mary Meduna-Gross practiced leadership as a teacher and school administrator for 18 years. She left her career in education to focus on becoming the leader she envisioned herself to be. As she became more skilled at leading herself, she began coaching leadership teams and individuals to achieve goals they thought were unattainable.
She believes that through commitment to a common goal and with effective communication and collaboration, the skills and effort of individual team members are compounded so that collectively, they find the work more satisfying, and they achieve more with less effort.
Whether she is working with teams or individuals, Dr. Mary guides clients to achieve their goals through the creation of a compelling vision, cultivating self-awareness and eliciting collaboration with others.
This assessment is designed to help you understand your internal energy patterns. We call this your natural self; it is how you are wired. Our challenge is that we generally assume that others think and interact the same way they do. That is what gets us in trouble, because we are all wired a little differently.
Our internal energy patterns show up in the behaviors that other people see and in the way we make decisions. Have you ever wondered why a colleague or friend does what they do? The answer all comes down to the fact that they are not wired like you are.
Once you understand your profile it is then much easier to see profiles in other people.
In the simplest form it comes down to 2 observable characteristics of human behavior: Formality and Temperature.
• Formality is about our need to plan and organize, this ranges from Conceptual to Systematic.
• Temperature is how we interact with others, this ranges from Social to Autonomous.
We can then plot these in a grid and begin to see the patterns that show up in the four quadrants like the diagram on the right. This is where we can start seeing the energy patterns. Our wiring contains elements of all four energy types. Meaning that if we are self-aware enough, we can get there when it is needed.
We all have our default pattern. We have 1 or 2 energy types that are easy to access, and we probably have 1 that is a blind spot. We can think of the 4 quadrants this way.
Concierge: A person who vigorously supports or defends a person or cause.
Architect: A person who plans, devises, or contrives the achievement of a desired result.
Detective: One who seeks information that may not otherwise be available.
about the hero index axis
vertical axis • temperature
horizontal axis • formality
diagonal axis • situations
People that are more social could also be called open or even extraverts. They experience life interconnected with others, working in a group, they share and gather information experientially, visually, or verbally. The autonomous people prefer working alone or enjoy time to think. They are often individual contributors. Some may call them introverted.
The conceptual side are people that relate to mental images or ideas existing in the imagination; they are theoretical, abstract, or visionary.
The systematic side wants things carried out using a plan, or in an orderly manner; they are methodical, efficient, or structured.
Our pace has commonalities along each diagonal axis as well. The concierge and the producer both have visceral tendencies where they want to experience the situation without much forethought, they are instinctive, spontaneous, competitive, or impulsive.
The other axis is more logical, and we can see the Detective and the Architect are thinker that use clear, sound reasoning; they are concerned with theories or hypotheses and are methodical and inquisitive.
Think fast on their feet. Promote ideas or people.
Develop a plan spontaneously. Quick to think, but slow to speak.
Fearlessly take Charge. Get to the bottom line.
Friendly and a great listener. Sensitive. Gather information.
What is hard for them
Restrictions or routines. Formal reports.
Re doing anything that has already be done once.
Being Diplomatic. Unpredictable people.
Making big decisions. Voicing contrary opinions.
Tensions that may exist with others that are similar
They may compete for approval or attention.
They may bottle up their emotions looking fine on the surface before they explode.
They are going to work fast, but on different things. No alignment of priority.
Can get stuck because they want consensus to move forward.
top down bottom up results
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Because of Lucidly, I was prepared to have a conversation I was putting off. I felt relief in having communicated clearly and effectively.