In August, we announced the Maestro-level Leader initiative of Design Group International was coming. We are excited to say that as of this week it is launched! Our first cohort, which takes off in January 2021, is forming. Room remains for qualified Executive Leaders facing into their Third Turn.
Here are the basics:
- A four-year cohort for Executive Leaders who are in a place of mapping success, legacy, and future value. This is a uniquely individualized, contextual, and adventuresome set of steps with plenty at risk and the potential of a great big upside. www.maestrolevelleaders.com
- We are supporting this initiative through this blog and the Third Turn Podcast, with co-host Jeannette Robért of Marketplace Chaplains.
- A recent article available on LinkedIn summarizes the Three Turns of the Executive Leader and makes the important case for the travel companions gathering into Maestro-level Leader cohorts.
A Maestro-level Leader cohort, recruited nationally, expects the following from its members:
- Creation of a personal map, then building a model for one’s Maestro-level leadership, mastering that model as it is implemented, and living into the maestro season more fully. These four m’s overlap, of course.The goal is to reduce the drama and increase the upside potential of succession, legacy, and future value of the organization — keeping our grandchildren’s grandchildren in mind, and the grandchildren’s grandchildren of others.
- A monthly 3-hour check-in as a cohort (virtual) to offer perspective on individual challenges\opportunities as we move through our Maestro-level journeys.
- Four 1.5 day retreats each year, where we work more intensively on personal assessments, thought leadership, and our respective journeys. The first retreat is scheduled for March 2021.
- A monthly One2One with an Executive Advisor who has successfully worked through their own Maestro-level journey.
The world needs far more Maestro-level Leaders, soaring upward toward the world’s flourishing and making it possible for their successors to do even more than they did.
Should I be talking to you? Should I be talking to someone you know?