Category Archives: Integral Perspectives
BY: Patrick D. Goonan If you have an address book in any form, you have a network. Another word for a network or a market is a community. How you choose to nurture your connections is a choice and one … Continue reading
The High Cost of Coffee – Applying the Integral Model to social inequality in Guatemala.
In working with career clients, my two favorite personality tests are the Myers-Briggs and the Enneagram. Together, they tend to cross validate and they also yield a high quality information that is relatively comprehensive with respect to basic temperament and … Continue reading
By: Patrick Goonan In general, an unconditional attitude of friendliness toward yourself as a condition for deep transformation is indispensable. Also, it is important to have skillful needs to work with your past conditioning. Skillful means can includes things like cognitive … Continue reading
This is a nice interview talking about technology, peace of mind and the future. This is a long interview, but it is certainly worth anyone’s time. Topics such as mindfulness, emotional intelligence and cutting edge ideas for making the workplace … Continue reading
This is a very good introduction to Integral Theory a very powerful model for work in organizations and with leaders of organizations. While it’s true different approaches work better in some environments than others, this is a great one for … Continue reading