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There are many aspects of presence, and developing presence. This newsletter introduces a new article in the Halo and Noose Member's Article Archive
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STORIFY YOUR LEADERSHIP
The five-day Storify Your Leadership conference hosted by the Russian Academy Historia and featuring over 30 diverse but sync’d business story practitioners, was a huge success. You may wish to read this FORBES article, Five Business Storytelling Insights from Around the Globe
My presentation was to introduce the concept and practice of Story-Bridging to heal the separation and polarisation that is endemic to all levels of society: nation-state, institution, organisation, community and individual. Please be in touch should you wish to learn more. firstname.lastname@example.org
Had some very stimulating and fruitful conversations with Melanie Harwood this past month. She is a go-getter doing pioneering work, an education entrepreneur and self-styled disruptor based in England. As the Co-Founder and CEO of eduCCate Global, a not-for-profit organization, she has partnered with the United Nations (UNITAR) to educate teachers and, in turn, the next generation, about climate change, sustainability. And schools taking up their rightful leadership place in building communities for the future https://www.educcateglobal.org/about/our-team
NEW ARTICLES IN YOUR MEMBER’S ARCHIVE
PRESENCE. The elusive, mysterious fact of presence, both divine and human, so important for humanity
STORIES WITHIN PROJECTS. There are many applications of story within projects - to set the scene, build esprit de corps, communicate progress, inspire ... Transcript of a presentation prepared for PMSA (Project Management South Africa)
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
We have felt privileged to do some work for Habitat for Humanity in the past quarter.
“To be uncertain is uncomfortable. But to be certain is ridiculous” - Unknown. Attributed to many
"Patients, like everyone else, profit most from a truth they themselves discover" - existential psychiatrist Irvin Yalom
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