bookmark_borderMeasuring Hidden Dimensions Training – the foundational programme

Train to discern development, reading between the lines of thought and speech.

Development is the expression of the human life force coming through our bodies and souls over a whole lifetime.

This training introduces the insights and practices researched and developed by Otto Laske. To date this is the most developed, and the only precise and reliable way to observe and measure the extent to which an adult person has developed.

Among other insights this makes transparent where their current potential of work and decision-making lies, and what concrete learning steps can support the use of such potential.

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Understanding development

This 3-day residential seminar will explore the lines of social-emotional and cognitive development, with a focus on social-emotional development: How do I decide and act, and for whom?
We will understand the Robert Kegan (Harvard school) model of adult development, how we unfold as humans according to this line, how interim steps are discerned, and how to do social-emotional assessment interviews.
We will explore the implications of development as a dimension for discerning work capabilities and competences, and what the use of this science means for Human resources as a professional practice.

We will have space for your personal inquiries and questions.


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About Rainer von Leoprechting

The programme will be lead by Rainer von Leoprechting. Rainer (*1965) has trained with Otto Laske in the early 2000s and translated his book “Measuring Hidden Dimensions” into German. He practices developmental coaching and consulting since over 15 years, does individual developmental assessments and organisational work culture development. He invented an automatic measurement of social-emotional stages that is now becoming available to match individuals with their work potential in their next work assignments.