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Recently, we got interacted with one “GRID Graduate” and found this quite interesting. GRID Leadership is based on behavioral science principles that integrate people development with organization development. It challenges mental models related to achieving results with people and develops knowledge, skills and attitudes to foster relationship competency, team building and systematic organizational change. Key lessons include “realization on self-deception”, “intention not the same as action” & “wherever a person in the grid is, change is possible”. Mr. Usman Ghani from USA, author, Grid Expert and partner of Grid International Inc. conduct, GPS Sessions in Pakistan.
After this session, we organized iThink sessions with out team, to find the implement-ability of these concepts in our organization. Many new thoughts are coming and being added in this concept.
One of the core is, concern for People. The concept explained in GRID offered a particular value of Individuals.
But, we have found that concern for people should be divided in two parts. Different parts (Individuals, Systems & Processes) are the factors involves. We should count them as variables. Being experts, we should find the correct relationships between these variables. So, the better we are in finding the relationships b/w these variable and closest to the results can give us the leverage to be 9x9. Hope, these presentations will serve the purpose, to add more value in GRID concepts.
M. Ali Hassni