The Center for Integral Advantage is an organizational leadership development and strategic consulting firm. Our collective professional world is increasingly dynamic and complex. At the Center for Integral Advantage, we understand that seeking clarity across the gradients of possibilities is the mindset leaders and executives must develop in contemporary environments. We facilitate developing a holistic perspective, guided by research and experience in developing managerial leaders and senior executives across corporate, government, and non-profit organizations. Explore the questions no one is asking. Make innovation all-encompassing in your organizations, and lead with intentional clarity. Once you see it, you cannot unsee it.
Our courses are open to individuals and organizations interested in developing contextual competency and strategic capacity by attaining clarity through full-spectrum thinking. We form learning communities that are interactive, engaging, and based on robust research. Courses are held on our Zoom platform, in-person at our selected facilities, or at the client's site.
Our master facilitators have attained advanced degrees in their respective fields from venerable institutions and have a proven track record in delivering developmental workshops. Our faculty research and develop their material and bring enthusiasm and experience into their seminars and courses.
Our courses are developmental and not remedial. For our OPEN ENROLLMENT executive courses, we select participants based on their mindset toward growth and self-development. We seek robust professional understanding and curiosity in others’ perspectives to foster a mindful learning community. Those interested in operating at the higher cognitive levels choose the Center for Integral Advantage. For SINGLE ENTITY developmental courses, we work with our clients to assess the proper sequence and individualized levels necessary to achieve INTEGRATIVE AND TRANSFORMATIONAL LEARNING. Please contact us to open a dialogue on evaluating your leadership, developmental, and strategic capacity needs.