25 Feb Making Change Happen

David Kantor’s theory of Structural Dynamics provides the foundation for the interventionist work that we do in many different organizations and communities. Structural Dynamics is a theory of how face-to-face communication works and does not work in human systems....

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20 Feb Positive Leadership

Most psychology studies in the past focused mainly on the negative sides of life, i.e. anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and various disorders. Positive Psychology, which has its roots in the work of William James in the late 19th century, and the humanistic psychology in the...

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20 Feb Women & the Leadership Labyrinth Howard vs Heidi

Heidi Roizen was a successful Silicon Valley venture capitalist who became the subject of a case study at Columbia Business School. Professor Frank Flynn, presented half his class with the case study with Heidi’s name on it and gave half the class the same case...

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11 Feb Do People Change?

And allow me to start with the question addressed to you. Before you continue reading… do you really believe that people change? Does that stop at a certain age? And what would you define as change in the first place? And under what circumstances do...

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