GLAS has been designed so that it can be delivered in a number of ways to suit your needs. There are 15 main elements to GLAS along with a range of tools all designed for impact
We have created a 10 step framework (split into 5 key areas) to take you through GLAS and build your unique GLAS Map. The following list provides the options of how you can discover, engage and build using GLAS:
We highly recommend that if you are interested in GLAS, that you consider starting with GLAS Play
The most popular to engage with GLAS and benefit from the framework is to enrol on the Base Programme
GLAS Base Programme – Enquire
Base Programme is designed for individuals as well as teams although all programmes begin as one to one. The programme typically runs over 6 consecutive weeks with one session lasting 2-3 hours each week. By the end of the programme an individual will have a GLAS Map created for them along with their understanding of the framework and have identified their GLAS purpose. From this point we can run an additional day to amalgamate teams, families and boards and enable the creation of a unified company or family version of the GLAS Map.
Workshop Programmes – Enquire
We have found that there is enormous benefit to joining a peer group to work together through GLAS and holding each other to account. Meetings take place in a neutral setting and over a half a day every other month with ongoing support in between. The core message for the group membership is “understanding”
– keep focused
– ongoing support
– regular reviews
– update your Map
– confidential help
– apply to new areas
– equipped to deal with anything
– sanity check!
Bespoke Packages – Enquire
We appreciate sometimes there are specific requirements and so a GLAS programme can be designed especially to suit the challenge or need.
GLAS has been built on years of research, development and practical application and testing. This doesn’t stop – we believe in continual growth and learning. In addition to our own work we have sought the ideas and work of the best thought leadership, philosophers, academics, business and spiritual gurus and more – including the work of (this is not an exhaustive list):
Aaron Hurst, Monica Worline, Seth Godin, Aristotle, Philip Zimbardo, Daniel Pink, Sheryl Sandberg, Tony Alessandra, Confucius, Sir Ken Robinson, Daniel Harkavy, Mark Goulston, Tim Leberecht, Deepak Chopra, Adam Grant, Peter Senge, Buddism, Paul Ekman, Brene Brown, Gabor Mate, Annie Duke, Adam Grant, Arianna Huffington, Renato Tagiuri and John Davis, Zig Ziglar, Bob Proctor, Zappos, Jonah Berger, Scott Sonenshein, Tony Robbins, Carol Dweck, Michael Puett and Christine Gross-Loh