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Newsletter 31: Chain Reactions
Chain reactions, linear and non-linear, inhabit our lives. As 2011 comes to an end, this is for us the subject of a reflection
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Our intervention with Southern Sun Leisure Resorts yielded comment like this:
•It was an eye-opener and experience to listen and learn through stories. This course resonated with me at a very deep level. I am definitely transferring this learning to my family and all who will listen
•Personal growth – awesome! Life changing.
More reasons to become a Halo and Noose member: our resource continues to grow:
Sue Hollingsworth's article 'Like Water is Story' is a very good read. She will be in Cape Town, visiting from the UK, from January to March 2012: performing, teaching, consulting.
Thaler Pekar has also contributed a great article on why story matters for activists.
Articles are in the pipeline from Casey Hibbard,John Paisley, Patrick Tummon, Kendall Haven, Nigel Edwards & others. And our own (including one based on questions posed by Cynthia Kurtz as part of her research for a new book, as we delve deeper and deeper into corporate story telling and listening.
“Every now and then go away,have a little relaxation,for when you come back to your work your judgment will be surer;
since to remain constantly at work will cause you to lose power of judgment………
go some distance away
because the work appears smaller and more of it can be taken in at a glance,
and a lack of harmony
or proportion,more readily seen”
Leonardo da Vinci [1452 – 1519]
"Example is not the main thing in influencing others, it's the only thing"
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