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    The Four Archetypes - Design with Dialogue - April 14, 2010 The Four Archetypes - Design with Dialogue - April 14, 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES DwD Toronto April 14, 2010
    • FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES An approach for tuning into four dimensions of our wisdom: being feeling doing thinking DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • THE FOUR ARCHETYPES
    • THE FOUR ARCHETYPES KING VISION MAGICIAN LOVER REFLECTION FEELINGS WARRIOR ACTION DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • KING VISION Understands the whole Defines purpose and meaning Listens for the emerging vision Sets direction and motivates ASKS What is the deeper purpose? What is ending? What is seeking to emerge? DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • LOVER FEELINGS Nurtures and empathizes Appreciates and supports Accesses emotional intelligence Plays and makes art and music ASKS What emotions are coming up? How might others feel? DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • WARRIOR ACTION Uses power, works with conflict Defines boundaries Speaks hard truths Employs street smarts ASKS When should I say yes? When should I say no? What conflict might I create? How should I resolve it? DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • MAGICIAN REFLECTION Gets perspective, generates options Thinks critically, using analysis, logic, and intuition Reframes and organizes information Uses creativity and imagination ASKS What assumptions or beliefs do I hold? Could I reframe this differently? Where have I seen this pattern before? DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • KING VISION Understands the whole Defines purpose and meaning Listens for the emerging vision Sets direction and motivates ASKS What is the deeper purpose? What is ending? What is seeking to emerge? MAGICIAN LOVER REFLECTION FEELINGS Gets perspective, generates options Nurtures and empathizes Thinks critically, using analysis, logic, and intuition Appreciates and supports Reframes and organizes information Accesses emotional intelligence Uses creativity and imagination Plays and makes art and music ASKS ASKS What assumptions or beliefs do I hold? What emotions are coming up? Could I reframe this differently? How might others feel? Where have I seen this pattern before? WARRIOR ACTION Uses power, works with conflict Defines boundaries Speaks hard truths Employs street smarts ASKS When should I say yes? When should I say no? What conflict might I create? How should I resolve it? DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • PROCESS
    • PROCESS 1. Draw a visualization of your chosen situation. 10 mins 2. Join a partner to inquire from each of the four perspectives. Ask tough questions. 20 mins each 3. Redraw the visualization to represent your new view or what you want to change. 5 mins 4. Journal your insights and articulate your challenges moving forward. 10 mins DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • SHARING Take us through your situation, process and insights. DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • REFLECTION
    • REFLECTION Tell us about your situation and process. What shifted your view? visualization, archetypes, dialogue, reflection What key insight did any of the four archetypes provide? DESIGN WITH DIALOGUE: FOUR ARCHETYPAL PERSPECTIVES sLAB, APRIL 14, 2010
    • Peter Jones peter@redesignresearch.com Greg Judelman judelman@gmail.com