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Surviving Cancerland: Intuitive Aspects of Healing

WINNER         INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS         HEALTH—WOMEN'S HEALTH BOOK OF THE YEAR   Surviving Cancerland is Kathleen O Keefe-Kanavos's account of how she learned to stand in her power and...

10 Things A Good Leader Is NOT!

“People buy into the leader before they buy into the vision.” —John Maxwell There are many articles and books written about leadership. If you ask...

Does Bigger = Better?

Going back to pre-industrial days, bigger was considered good. The bigger the shire, the more land controlled, the more townships, the more serfs, the...

8 Things You Need To Know To Prepare & Survive An...

What do you think of when you hear the words “Active Shooter?”  For most of us, we envision the stories we just saw on...

Solving The Mystery Of The Cat’s Meow

by Mikel Delgado, University of California, Berkeley IMAGINE YOU'RE A CAT, and, every time you meowed, the loud voice of a snooty-sounding British gentleman kindly...

Organizational Change – Does It Have To Be So Weird And...

MANY WORDS WERE SAID about the importance of the organizational change, learning organizations and innovation itself. All is good and still all is unclear....

Hallucination Leadership

Hallucination Leadership" is when leaders continue on a path toward an oasis of stability, even though they know it’s a mirage. OVER THE LAST DECADE...

Understanding the Anatomy of an Organisation

by L. Aruna Dhir, Featured Contributor ONCE WE ARE OUT OF THE somewhat carefree college and university days we end up spending a major chunk...

We Need to Talk – Step One

By Lynn Scott, Featured Contributor PICTURE THE SCENE ... Your heart’s racing, your stomach’s churning……yes, it’s a ‘tough conversation’ that you’re really dreading (and, be honest,...

Traditional Thinking is Not Working Any Longer: Move Away From the...

by Debbie Ruston, Featured Contributor WHAT DO ALL entrepreneurs have in common? They came to a point in their lives where they understood they would...