April-June 2016

Compassion, Connection and Response-Ability Salt Lake City, Utah http://humanscienceinstitute.org   Today’s social and environmental challenges call all of us to engage in creating a more humane and ecologically sustainable future….

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Michelle Josephi About the Artist Michelle Josephi is a Toronto based creative process-driven artist that allows images to reveal themselves through layers of paint, prism colours, print, often integrating nature.

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Leadership Coaching Tips

4/28 – Letting Our Differences Have Their Way With Us

Gabriel Wilson In my experience, any time we engage in a conversation about our differences with an intention to prove the other side wrong, we’re heading for a dead end….

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Jaap Geerlof and Anke van Beckhoven           Abstract Our home country, The Netherlands, seems to be a fertile ground for self-organizing organizations and is an incubator for…

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Jon Freeman Our core human questions have not changed in centuries.   “Who am I, where did “all this” come from, where is it going, how does it work.….?”  Our answers…

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K. Keyvne Baar As we, the Human Science Institute (HIS), prepare for our second conference (8-10 September 2016 in Salt Lake City), it was decided that a recap of the…

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Joseph Friedman Eros/Power is a wonderfully brave and highly readable book. Brave because, although both Hilary Bradbury and Bill Torbert are acclaimed scholars, they have stepped from behind the safety…

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Nancy Southern We all are keenly aware of the importance of workplaces in shaping people, culture, and society. Our workplaces can create the conditions to support people in finding meaning…

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Arzina Zaza Overview of the Work This book was very well written and it was extremely inspiring. From the time I picked up this book, I could not wait to…

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