Integrating Your Personal Board of Directors

by Steven M. Smith · 1 comment


Each person has their own personal board of directors. The board members are the parts of ourselves that are constantly interacting inside our head. If your board members constantly bicker and fight, these inner conflicts manifest themselves as dysfunctional behavior.

Pioneering family therapist Virginia Satir used a process, a Parts Party, to aid people in accepting, transforming and integrating their parts. With their parts no longer feuding, participants behaved more functionally.

We will use a variation of a Parts Party to convene a meeting of a participant’s personal board of directors. Each workshop participant will have a role in the process. Our goal is to reveal the state of the interactions of today’s board members and transform them to be more functional and effective.

Join me to learn how to integrate your board of directors so they add more value to your personal and professional life.

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