Posts Tagged ‘ Leadership ’

The Psychology behind the Meme

Jun 14th, 2018 | By

by Tim Ward and Teresa Erickson The word meme was coined by philosopher of science Richard Dawkins. In his 1976 book The Selfish Gene he mused about how ideas influence human evolution. Our ideas pass on mental information (“units of culture”) encoded electrically in our brains’ neural networks. Through “survival of the fittest,” the winning

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Mar 12th, 2018 | By

by Neil Richardson Surfing like other complex tasks requires going with the flow and adapting to new situations as they emerge. Letting go and allowing some chaos into your life is essential for growth. In my book co-written with Rick Smyre Preparing For A World That Doesn’t Exist-Yet we explore how communities and organizations can thrive in

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Trust Your Own Goodness

Feb 8th, 2018 | By

by Ann Betz Hat’s off to all of us who are authentically on the growth and development journey. We become adept at acknowledging our dark sides, asking for feedback, and exploring all the shadows of our complicated souls. We know we are works in progress with much yet to learn and transform. And we continue to dig in,

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How to tell people at work what you really think of them

Jun 30th, 2017 | By

Reprinted from by Michelle Ray, author of Lead Yourself First Act One Scene One:  Learning a brand new way of implementing: “Don’t get mad, get even.” During a recent training session regarding workplace relationships, I asked attendees to think of a time when a co-worker, client or manager’s words left them absolutely speechless.  Shock

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Mindfulness for the solopreneur

Jun 5th, 2017 | By

by Michelle Ray When it comes to making choices such as pursuing a new vocation or business, your most important asset is mindfulness. It is all about practicing “Me” management—being able to effectively manage yourself. The process begins by connecting with what truly feels right to you. Can you discern your own truth and are you

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Integration: What Does It Look Like in Someone’s Life?

Oct 25th, 2015 | By

by Tim Ward, publisher (This article was originally published in the Huffington Post) We live in an age of fragmentation: fragmented communities, fragmented lives, fragmented attention. Our ADHD world seems to pull us in many directions all at once, and the strain of multitasking our entire lives can leave us feeling exhausted, alienated, and dissatisfied.

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