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The ITC coaching method is a results-oriented approach to a familiar problem: why most individuals and organisations struggle with change in spite of their best efforts.

Harvard University professors Kegan* and Lahey**, with over 30 years of research and practice in the field of organisational change, have developed a framework for identifying and deconstructing behavioural patterns that hinder personal and organisational change.

The Immunity-to-Change™ approach is specifically designed to help individuals, teams, and organizations make those personal and collective changes that are most important to them-- but have proven resistant even to thoughtful plans and heartfelt intentions. The approach first generates a customized picture of something which is usually invisible—the way our current mindset produces exactly those behaviors which prevent progress on the goal we most want to achieve. Once we see the real source of what has been preventing change, the approach guides us on a new path to accomplishing it.

"We would not complain about anything if we did not care about something. Beneath the surface torrent of our compaining lies a hidden river of our caring that which we most prize or to which we are most committed."              ROBERT KEGAN


Read the article in New York Times about Immunity to Change.

*Robert Kegan, Ph. D, is the William and Miriam Meehan Professor of Adult Learning and Professional Development at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He is the author of “Seven Languages for Transformation: How the way we talk can change the way we work” and “Immunity to Change: How to overcome it and unlock the potential in yourself and your organization”. His research and publications on the development of mental capacities in adulthood (The Evolving Self [Harvard University Press], In Over Our Heads [Harvard University Press]), have had an international influence in many fields, including management, leadership studies, and organizational learning. 


**Lisa Laskow Lahey, Ed.D, is a faculty member at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is the lead author of the widely used method of assessing the developmental complexity of an individual's way of making meaning (The Guide to the Subject-Object Interview), and co-author of Change Leadership: A Practical Guide to Improving Our Schools. 

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