My Philosophy on Practice

Change, Changing + Leading with Presence

by
Kathryn Maloney M.A. ABS

A consulting advisor to leaders, founders and teams, Kathryn weaves systems change vision and initiatives into strategy, priorities, and operating from outcomes. From her wheelhouse, she taps into how you communicate, relate, operate, work, lead, and group think; infuses presence, power, and self-awareness onto broad, prioritised organisation strategy; and designs tangible change for your more coherent, modern, and future-forward system.

more about Kathryn Maloney M.A. ABS
, Brooklyn

Leading from presence with rigor, rather than from posturing with waywardness, orients your change field to one of reception, reflection, and results.

If I give you anything to refine as your fundamental leadership instrument, learning presence is it.

Because you cannot want change without changing, becoming present to the foundational principle of presence — and then buckling in to do the work is primary.


My proficiency lies in building the reasonably adventuresome and ambitiously strategic change containers, opening the spaces, and awakening systems to the know how and possibilities.

We then begin to harness the frequency for an upleveled field, activating your system for change and changing.

Because systems hold a natural yearning and capability for progression and operating in flow, system responses always emerge where open to it, although often not where you expect. 

We listen, notice, go where the higher energy is, graft, and ground to anchor iteratively in the new.

When we're talking about unlocking latent power and potential to effect system change — and what we mean by modern leadership — this is the science and the art.

Learning to do tangible change work means learning to be an ever-upleveling you while learning to run teams and organisations positioned in an ever-upleveling change field, dialed in to the moments. 

The future is you operating from that presence, standing amongst the diverse collective, rooted in modern operating awareness - to build healthy, happy, and higher minded work habitats.


As a practitioner of change, I return over and over again to these principles to ground and steer along the way.

Prompt

This is my response to the question "What do you truly know about what you do as a change practitioner?"

We’ve got you .

by Kathryn Maloney M.A. ABS
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