We often look around our world and want to do some things differently…
Why would you want impactful environmental programs in your organization?
For the purpose of answering this question, three points will be discussed:
- Current trending in business
- Organizational leadership
- The transition from government to the private sector
To enable the evolution of the world, we must go through an inner evolution.
Regeneration focuses on ensuring health with an ongoing, sustainable, and revitalizing process. This can happen on many levels in our society and world. It also happens in our inner world. When we are healthy and present within ourselves, we can offer that in collaborative and co-creative ways in our world.
What do you do when you reach the end of your race?
Whether it is the race up the ladder, a race for enlightenment, or finishing a milestone event. There are many great achievers who find themselves on the other side of the finish line and wonder, what now? Continue reading “Accelerating the Excelling”
A process of transformation.
We are going through transformation all the time. Just think about when we are hungry and the process we go through when we eat food.
This is a similar process to what happens when we go through transformative processes, both personally and professionally; individually and collectively.
For a visual, please click to enlarge the infographic and for a taste through reading, read on…
Are you feeling like you are a small part in an engine that goes around and around with greater and greater pressure being applied through the constant application of various new systems typically entitled: Management Systems, Health and Safety Systems, Financial Platforms, Environmental Management Systems, Standard Operating Procedures, and so on? Are you getting an impact less than what you expect on the programs your company implements? If the answer is yes, then you are not alone. According to Margaret Wheatley (a leadership guru),
“Why does change itself, that event we’re supposed to be “managing,” drown us, relentlessly making us feel less capable and more confused?”