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Newsletter 82: Adaptability

Adaptability when faced with change is a required behaviour. In this newsletter we explain how to develop the skill

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Being comfortable in major change circumstances calls for the traits of empathy, adaptability and the expression of feelings. This month we deal with developing adaptability

A short note on how businesses may respond to questions of human rights is included

Contact us for in-house workshops to build organisational resilience and agility

18th to 24th May is International Coaching Week. Graham will be participating in the professional coach's Twitter Chat to be hosted by (@SACAP)The South African College of Applied Psychology, collated, then published on their blog

With Stan Horwitz of HR Network we've finalised a powerful 2020 Transformation intervention - a blend of transformational storyboarding, developing virtues, and process-redesign laboratories

Listen to Lisa Nicholls on the art of story telling

On Friday 15th May Peter and Graham talk at the AHA (Authentic Hopeful Action) launch at an all - day gathering at the University of the Western Cape

On Sunday 17th May at 11:00 Peter Fox and Graham present to business leaders who belong to the Rondebosch United Church

10th June: Graham and Peter present at an all-day STRATEGIC ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT seminar offered by Knowledge Resources - at the Vineyard Hotel & Spa in Claremont. CONTACT Debbie Attwell on 083 6511664
for details and registration

Two articles on Enlightened Ethics Execution in organisations have been added to the Member's Article's Archive.


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Human beings are creatures of belonging, though they may come to that sense of belonging only through long periods of exile and loneliness.
We should stop thinking in terms of work-life balance. Work-life balance is a concept that has us simply lashing ourselves on the back and working too hard in each of the three commitments. (Work, Self, Other) In the ensuing exhaustion we ultimately give up on one or more of them to gain an easier life.

(Journaling) "A diary is useful during conscious, intentional, and painful spiritual evolutions. Then you want to know where you stand... An intimate diary is interesting especially when it records the awakening of ideas."
Pay no attention to appearing. Being is alone important.
Dare to be yourself. I must underline that in my head too.
André Gide

The leaders of the future live with the world at their fingertips and, so to speak, permanently in their faces - Intelligence Bulletin 10th March 2015

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.
If you think about that, you’ll do things differently”
- Warren Buffet

Human consciousness does not emerge at any depth except through struggling with your shadow - Richard Rohr

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