Monthly Archive for: ‘2 years ago’
Micro Aggression in the 21st Century
The Global Psychology Task Force has conveyed a round table, composed of professional psychologists from around the world, to focus …
Leading into the Future XIa: Can the Center Hold Given the Challenge of Size and Complexity?
The postmodern organizations to be found in most contemporary societies are subject to rapid change and rapid growth; furthermore, they have become complex as a result of attempts to accommodate this change and growth
Love Lingers Here: Intimate Enduring Relationships X: Forming A Relationship
Couples move through four overall stages of development, the initial stage being defined as “forming,” and the subsequent three stages being defined as “storming,” “norming” and “performing” — to borrow terms used by Tuchman.
Carving Up Gracie: The Loss of Integration
“You can’t carve up Gracie!” While this was initially brushed off as just a theatrical gesture that reinforces the important of integration, the “carving up Gracie” became a recurrent theme at the Gathering.
The Leadership Spectrum
Dr. William Bergquist prepared a 34 minute presentation of the Leadership Spectrum for a workshop he conducted in conjunction with …
Scoring the Leadership Style Inventory
Here are instructions for scoring the Leadership Style Inventory
Leading into the Future X: Are We Post Post-Modernism?
Those who are leading (and learning) into the future, will find the order that underlies much of the chaos in contemporary organizations. If these leaders are to learn into the future, they will have to be intellectually honest—acknowledging the chaos that inevitably underlies much of the apparent order to be found in contemporary organizations.
Theory E²: Working with Entrepreneurs in Closely-Held Enterprises: XIII. Assessment in the Enterprise Cycle (Part Two)
[Note: This essay and most of the previous essay in this series are based on a document I prepared in …