Tag Archive: powerful management

Jul 22

What is a team, really?

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We all know the word “team.”  We have heard it since we were young: be a team player, go team, there is no “I” in team, etc.  Reading through my notes from the Conference on Conscious Capitalism to continue sharing my remembrances and insights, the word “team” popped out quite a bit. It reminded me …

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Jun 03

Good to Great…. Leaders

Jim Collins, author of Good to Great and many other insightful, useful business books says: “Good leaders come up with answers, but great leaders ask the right questions.” Finding the most meaningful questions requires insight and an Open Heart. I would take this one step further and say, there are no “right” questions, and that …

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Apr 03

Conscious Capitalism Going Mainstream

Fortune Magazine just published a wonderful article of an interview with Raj Sisodia, co-founder of the Conscious Capitalism Institute.  YIPPEE!! As many of you know, Conscious Capitalism™ is one of the principals that inspires my work on Open Hearted Works, so I am really pleased to see the main stream media beginning to embrace the …

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Mar 25

You’re Invited! Beyond Social Responsibility: Conscious Capitalism

Would you like to have more trust in today’s business institutions?  Enjoy working for or with them? More Evolved: The growing movement toward Conscious Capitalism® believes that a more evolved form of capitalism is advancing the quality of life for billions of people while simultaneously providing excellent corporate performance. Workshop and Conversation: I would like …

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Feb 10

How to Bring Your Whole Self to Work: Respect & Trust

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Having experienced his engaging and powerful management style, I recently asked Donald (Dee) Wilson, Vice President at Measured Progress and iBeam Services, to speak with me about Open Hearted Works. I opened our discussion by sharing the purpose of this blog—that it endeavors to create insight and community around being Open Hearted in the workplace, …

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