Rebecca Ejo Colwell
Rebecca is a master integral facilitator, strategist and coach, co-creator of Integral Facilitator®, and the Founder and CEO of Ten Directions. For over thirty years she has been facilitating and inspiring others to practice facilitative leadership and meet the challenges of a wide range of system, cultural and social issues.
Rebecca founded Ten Directions, which creates innovative and unparalleled programs in Facilitative Leadership for professionals around the globe.
She developed the world’s premiere Integral facilitative leadership training, Integral Facilitator®. This transformational program has been delivered in person in two continents, Europe and North America, with a tribe of graduates spanning 5 continents.
Rebecca is recognized as one of the world’s top two experts in Integral Facilitation.
The rocket fuel for Rebecca’s vision is the undeniable evolution of the kind of leadership the world is calling for – facilitative leadership that creates strong relationships and collaborations that thrive. To that end, Rebecca has assembled a powerful international team of professional trainers, masterful facilitators, and master coaches with shared passion for human development.
With Ten Directions advanced curriculum, this group is accelerating more agile leadership and thriving cultures in organizations across many sectors / verticals.
Rebecca draws from experience facilitating a diverse range of complex conversations and forums – from a gathering of world experts on global marine piracy, to social and economic development, to mergers and acquisitions, to large professional associations, and change and transformation strategy. In any of these domains, she’s found the highest impact leaders are authentic, emotionally self-aware, and relational.
Rebecca is a Master of Business Administration, and a Certified Integral Coach. Rebecca’s creativity is fuelled by her lifelong curiosity and love of learning.
+ She’s been named to August’s List of “Women Leaders: innovators on the topics of self-management, the future of work, new models of leadership, responsive organizations, and new ways of working.”
Recent Writings by Rebecca Ejo Colwell
Facilitator’s Dilemma: Owning our mistakes
Today, I’d like to share some feedback on an interesting dilemma that’s come across my desk. As you read this, see if you can find …
Facilitator’s Dilemma: Dealing with an overbearing or demanding individual
Recently we sent out an invitation to you to share a challenging topic or dilemma that you were working with in your facilitation practice. We loved …
Feedback: A facilitator’s dilemma
I was speaking to a friend the other day about a facilitative experience they were having with a group of leaders. I can relate …