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The 5 Most Common Leadership Disorders and How to Handle Them
This newsletter looks at 5 common Leadership Disorders. These are not as severe as leadership pathologies. But more common. And serious enough!
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Conversations that Count: What Shape is Your Organisation In?
Culturescan is offering to CEOs, Board Members, HR Directors, other senior leaders a special complimentary, (10-questions only) way of establishing the shape that their organisation is in. In effect it is a high level Strengths/ Weaknesses analysis. The feedback they receive gives them opportunities and threats to consider. Go to:
The SACAP (The South African College of Applied Psychology) Twitter talk that
I participated in examined “THE WAY IN WHICH COACHING CAN HELP YOU BE A PEOPLE’S PERSON”
In March and May I’ll be talking with Values-Based-Leadership MBAs about the dark side of leadership, and the importance of virtues for a successful business
In March Culture University are publishing my article on the tapped potential in project-based-organisations. Projects to carry out strategic tasks and imbued with esprit de corps can not only execute their given task, but can be used as incubators for wider organisational cultural and operational shifts. "How To Use Project Teams to Spread a Benevolent Leadership Culture". Should you require a copy please contact me at email@example.com
CHINESE PUBLICATION PROGRESS
Version 2 of The Halo and the Noose
The book is currently being translated prior to the Chinese launch, due by 2019
THE WORLD STORYTELLING INSTITUTE
Based in India and directed by Dr Eric Miller (who also directs the Chennai Storytelling Festival), offers an excellent array of story learning course opportunities. Visit: Storytelling Institute website
or contact Eric
THERAPEUTIC QUALITY OF STORY
My Norwegian therapist friend Gali Salpeter wrote a piece on narrative therapy and projection cards that is well worth reading (For Members: go to Practitioner Tool number 14. Non-members may email me for a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Quotes to Reflect upon and Ponder
The fully developed (and very fortunate) human being working under the best conditions tends to be motivated by values which transcend his self - Abraham Maslow
Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tire? - Corrie Ten Boom
If equal affection cannot be, Let the more loving one be me - W. H. Auden
Diversity is being invited to the party, Inclusion is being asked to dance, and belonging is dancing like no one’s watching - Vernā Myers (Netflix)
The dragonfly can't quite land on that blade of grass - Bashō
There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen – Rumi
We “…should follow in his steps” … “… not to please ourselves” – 1 Peter 2;21 and Romans 15:3
The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why - Mark Twain
The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are so certain of themselves, yet wiser people so full of doubts - Bertrand Russell
If you can’t find sufficient time to mull over these quotes, that’s sad.
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