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Newsletter 117: Shift Happens: so how do we respond?
Global and local political, economic, legal, social, technological developments result in continuous shifts in our local institutions, markets, communities, families. Our world is unstable. The impact of these shifts - for example, on job content, new jobs and redundant jobs - and how we choose to respond, is the subject of this newsletter
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WHAT'S IN THIS NEWSLETTER
Marcella Bremer's new book is being released - see the main body of this newsletter.
This month sees me travelling to Bloemfontein (a town I haven't visited in years) to facilitate resolution of a serious ongoing internal conflict in an organisation with an envious reputation to uphold
I'll also be facilitating a merger between two hitherto separate departments in a company that is moving its location and restructuring here in Cape Town
Our jobs as CEOs now include driving what we think is right - Bank of Americaís CEO, Brian Moynihan
Fortune is like glass; the brighter the glitter, the more easily broken - Publillius Syrus
You canít catch the wild horse by running, but nobody who is not running will catch the wild horse - Sufi proverb
Choose the door that opens to the inside - Jan Richardson
The daily routine of most adults is so heavy and artificial that we are closed off to much of the world. We have to do this in order to get our work done. I think one purpose of art is to get us out of those routines. When we hear music or poetry or stories, the world opens up again - Ursula K. Le Guin
The deepest truths canít be grasped at the level of intellect Ė Richard Rohr
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