Lumina Spark is the next generation of professional development tools supporting individuals, teams and organisations to work more effectively and improve the bottom line. It is unique amongst psychometric tools because it avoids any stereotyping. It provides a highly interactive colourful framework for better self-understanding and helps people identify how to improve their working relationships with others. By applying the Lumina Spark model, learners unlock multiple business benefits.
The foundational Spark resources can be designed into different types of learner experiences such as short presentations, a broad range of training courses, inspirational coaching sessions or an in-depth group facilitation process.
Big 5 and ‘Best of Jung’ - The model is based on the latest Big Five research paradigm, and can also be viewed through the popular Jungian lens.
Trait not Type - Lumina doesn’t label people or put them in a box, we call this trait, not type.
Embraces Paradox - Lumina doesn’t force choice of preferences, we call this “embracing paradox”. We independently measure the level to which each individual has opposite, competing and contradictory aspects of their personality e.g. their level of introversion and extraversion.
Measures 3 Personas - We measure three unique yet integrated views of you – the Underlying you, the Everyday you and the Overextended you.
Simplicity and Depth - We use colourful and practical language to create a set of ideas that people remember and can apply for years to come. The model can be used at a big picture 4 colour level, an 8 aspect level or a detailed full 24 quality level – dependent on your application.
This highly interactive day will provide you with an inspirational experience, using your Lumina Portrait in a workshop format. You will experience 'best practice' in facilitating/coaching, with highly effective and proven processes. This will help you generate ideas for how the concepts can be practically applied in your client accounts.
We will provide more detail on the background of the model, to enable you to have complete confidence, so that you understand it and can handle any learner's difficult questions. The links between Jungian psychology and the 'big five' will be discussed in addition to the latest thinking in business psychology. During the day you will have the chance to practise your own Lumina Portrait feedback skills.
The last day involves more practical experience of either facilitating or coaching with the model. We will examine how the model can be used in differing contexts and generate quite different outcomes. Finally, ethical issues will be highlighted and the follow on qualification processes planned.