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Newsletter 105 Ancient Wisdom for Modern Workplaces
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ANCIENT WISDOM FOR MODERN WORKPLACES is being offered as a free gift to all new Halo and Noose subscribers - who receive a link to the booklet after subscribing - which is also free! (And to Members of course, who'll find it in the Member's Section: EBook downloads). Please advise your contacts about this very good offer
Our new CONVERSATIONS THAT COUNT initiative - a new talking cure for business - is launched - see details here
One of our first customers/ partners is The Pastoral Institute in Columbus, Georgia. Graham is planning to spend a week with them in mid-February
The South African College of Applied Psychology has requested a blog post from us covering a sound, practical approach to establishing a COACH'S SIGNATURE PRESENCE
The Journal of Spiritual Leadership and Management in Australia will publish our article on Spiritual Governance, Leadership and Management at the end of February, 2017
An on-line questionnaire to assess the health of an organisations governance mechanism will be announced soon. This is the result of a three-way collaboration between Candor Governance Specialists, Storytelling.co.za and Graham Williams
Tell me the facts and Iíll learn. Tell me the truth and Iíll believe. But tell me a story and it will live in heart forever Ė Native American Proverb
Stories are the flight simulators of social life - Keith Oatley
You donít have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step - Martin Luther King
Before you speak, ask yourself: Is it kind, is it necessary, is it true, does it improve on the silence? Ė Shirdi Sai Baba
No religion is higher than humanity. People have become educated, but have not become human - Pakistani Abdul Sattar Edhi, twice nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Dialogue - not the ping-pong of opinions and co-reactivity that passes for dialogue today, but a commitment to mutual contemplation of viewpoints and considered response Ė Maria Popova
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