Consultant: Philip Golabuk
||Forward-thinking leaders surround themselves with innovative, committed staff, people willing to think creatively, take the next step, and explore new directions commensurate with their professional roles and the aims of the organization. SOPHIA℠ offers such leaders an unmatched resource, helping them to identify and move past contradictions that have been holding them back, break through to new levels of clarity and efficiency, and adopt a stance of deep self-agreement, transforming the workplace into a richly rewarding, productive, and meaningful environment.
SOPHIA℠ brings to executive, organizational, and governmental leaders the opportunity to realize greater vision, effectiveness, and success through identifying unexamined beliefs and assumptions, resolving contradictions, and revising obsolete choices. The methods we use are designed to deliver near immediate results in tackling even intractable and longstanding problems faced by organizations ranging from mission-critical issues and crisis management to daily operations including productivity, internal and external communication, hiring and firing, performance, morale, motivation, turnover, and team-building. Our approach is maieutic—based on Socratic examination of beliefs, assumptions, and "stories" that each person brings to the workplace, in conjunction with powerful heuristic tools, many of which we developed. This framework sets the stage for profound and lasting shifts in each participant’s sense of buy-in and accountability, opening the way for leaders and other members of the team to realize new levels of efficiency, satisfaction, and commitment in the workplace. The value to any organization in need of these services is inestimable. Even in the short term, the program pays for itself many times over.
Organizations redefining their identity or mission, including repositioning and rebranding, will benefit from the scheduled sessions and structured time set aside for philosophical self-work, deconstruction of misaligned or contradicted assumptions and beliefs, and greater clarity in all areas of leadership.
|SOPHIA℠ brings game-changing improvements to all areas from organizational culture to the bottom line. Using unique methods developed by PhilosophyCenter, we provide revolutionary consulting with the power to enlighten and inspire today's leaders in organizations, companies, agencies, and educational institutions.
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In addition, the SOPHIA℠ approach offers significant advantages over traditional organizational consulting:
|SOPHIA℠ offers a unique set of benefits based on proven philosophical counseling and consulting methods designed to help leaders and their staff arrive at transforming clarity that has a direct impact on the quality and efficiency of the organization.|
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|Philip Golabuk is an internationally recognized author, educator, and thought leader. He completed his B.A. and M.A. degrees in philosophy at the University of Florida with special studies in existentialism, theory of knowledge, metaphysics, and phenomenology, having worked closely with the late Drs. James Millikan and Thomas Hanna. From 1973-1993, Philip taught philosophy at the college level and as part of an outreach program to inmates in jail and prison. He also wrote several books in applied philosophy that were published in the U.S. and overseas in translation and favorably reviewed in The Washington Post, Harper's, and other recognized media outlets. In 1993, he founded PhilosophyCenter, subsequently developing numerous courses in practical philosophy as well as unique philosophical facilitating, counseling, and coaching models and methods. He was included by invitation in William Murtha's 2010 book, 100 Words: Two Hundred Visionaries Share Their Hope for the Future. Philip is a member of the National Philosophical Counseling Association.|
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"Philip told us what we needed to hear, not what we wanted to hear. This is consulting that challenges leaders to show up outside the box of old ways that aren't working. Indispensable support."
"A single SOPHIA session led directly to our closing a deal the next morning for three million dollars. This is consulting at a whole new level."
"Our SOPHIA sessions not only have made me a better CEO, but also and more importantly, a better person."
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