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Bonjour,nous sommes le collectif des Fêtes de la Paix et en partenariat avec 2 associations de Solidarité Internationale nous proposons dans le cadre du Service Civique une mission rémunérée qui…Continue
Dear everyone,Recently I got in contact with Art of Hosting and a few months before that Teal organizing through Frederic Laloux book of 2014. I am so enthousiastic about everything I've now come in…Continue
Started by Simon Damstra in Questions meet wisdom Mar 24.
copied from the emaillist, early '16:Hello Hosts, I am going to host a 2 day retreat of 4 CEOs (all guys) of 2 companies (1 is holding, 1 is subsidiary company). They basically had the question:…Continue
Started by Ria Baeck in Questions meet wisdom Feb 20.
(re-posted from http://joeramsay.com/index.php/2015/06/10/1002/One of the most important leadership innovations of the last two decades is a model for assessing whether we are working with technical fixes or adaptive challenges. In the complex environment that we are experiencing, we can buy into the idea that everything is an adaptive challenge that requires an adaptive leadership approach. While we do face many… Continue
A posting that I recently shared on my website:
I have been involved in a leadership role in the United Church of Canada from a very young age. Throughout that time, my participation in communities of faith has provided a container to engage in many, many conversations about things that matter: ideas, emotions,…Continue
Posted by Joe Ramsay on February 11, 2016 at 9:29am