Category Archives: Organizational Development

An introduction to applying the integral model in executive coaching and organizational development

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

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Eckhart Tolle speaks at Google

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

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15 Phrases That Build Bridges Between People

15 Phrases Article This is a great article about getting back to basic people skills. If everyone did these things well we would see a mass transformation of our working environment.

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Integral Operating System – a discussion about the Integral Model

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

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Understanding Integral Coaching – an introduction (Part 1)

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What tips do you have for newly minted managers?

The role of an individual contributor is different from that of a manager. Many people find themselves in over their heads at the beginning of taking on this new role. Many people have difficulty sleeping and/or relaxing. These reactions are … Continue reading

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Leadership Quality Poll – Multiple Choice

I worded my question badly, but what you need to do is pick THREE qualities from the list.  Below the survey is an inquiry, be sure to read that because it’s about learning about yourself. The list of possible answers … Continue reading

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