Being inspired and being able to inspire others is absolutely critical in the world of business. Studies have shown that being inspired lends perspective and allows you to fully access your internal resources like creativity and drive.Read More
Each person has a primary Archetypal Blueprint™ type which we use most frequently and comfortably. However, this primary Archetypal Blueprint™ type may change over time or according to circumstance. Different situations will call forward different aspects of your Archetypal Blueprint™ type, especially in corporate settings. This is important for leaders because when you operate from different places within your Archetypal Blueprint™ types, people respond to you differently.Read More
People often ask me why I decided to start LumiereWork. Why did I decide to use this particular methodology? What motivates me to get up and work for my clients every day?
Over the years, I’ve worked with thousands of people in many different cultures, businesses, and continents, and there is one thing that I’ve realized is always true. I have found there is always “potential” that is begging to be unleashed.Read More
In our last blog post, we talked about Archetypal Blueprint™ types that are defined by the kind energy that flows through all of us. We all have the instinctive ability to “read” the energy of another person’s Archetypal Blueprint™ types and make unconscious judgments based on that read. But what exactly is this energy? And how can this knowledge be properly harnessed in the workplace? To find out, we need a history lesson on the study of energy!Read More
Imagine that you are interviewing an external applicant for a leadership position. Their resume is impressive. They have the best degrees, experience, and career progression. They are well dressed, well groomed, and appropriately attentive to you and the environment. Yet, there is something you can’t quite put your finger on about this applicant. They seem incongruent in some way. You know in your gut that something doesn’t feel right, so you swiftly conclude the interview and move on to another candidate.Read More