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Purpose-driven teams, who work in a sustained state of flow or peak performance, increase their productivity five-fold.

Flow, the intersection of skills and challenge, happens within the individual, but radiates outward. Flow-based leaders facilitate flow in themselves and in others. This ultimately fine-tunes the work of the organization, as well as simultaneously increases the individual’s and the organization’s sense of well-being. The resulting organization experiences the ability to better anticipate the unexpected. And, when the unexpected happens (and it will), the organization is better able to contain it.


Dr. Glick-Smith’s Flow-based Leadership Model, based on 10 years of research, is a framework an organization can adopt to facilitate flow within its environment to improve long-term engagement by employees as well as customers.

Workshop Objectives
  • To understand what Flow is and how it relates to decision making

  • To be able to recognize your own Flow states and learn how to trigger them

  • To learn to be outward focused in a way that facilitates others’ Flow states

  • To learn how to implement the FBL model, including gap analysis

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