Every renaissance comes to the world with a cry, the cry of the human spirit to be free.

 Anne Sullivan

October Week 4: Limits, Change And Leadership


Overview And Objectives

Leadership is a big challenge. There are many factors that go into effective leadership. One is knowing what you need to know and another is knowing what you do not know. Another is knowing how to handle change, when it is a good idea and when not.

A leader has to know how much challenge is good and how much is not. We are exploring leadership skills this week especially change since it can be a tough issue for sensitive people.

Limits, Change And Other Leadership Skills

In this video, we explore some of the important qualities a sensitive leader needs to develop.

“Adversity is neither friend nor foe. It is a common acquaintance that is desired less and rewarded most when embraced.” 
Carolyn Wells

Ideas On Change And Leadership

Change as a leadership issue.


Emotional Intelligence In Leadrship

How to use emotions and emotional awareness to be a better leader.

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Let's Start Here: Change is Inevitable, Natural and Normal

How to embrace change and be OK with it.

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Ten Reasons People Resist Change

A great article from Harvard Business Review.

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Change And The Brain Of The Sensitive Perosn

A good article from Esther Bergsma, HSP brain expert, on change and the sensitive brain. .

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Connecting The Dots

Questions, ideas, and insights to stimulate your thinking and to help integrate this week's information into your life.

Insight 1

 If you are co-creating you can only be in the present because that is where all creating takes place.

Insight 2

Co-creating means you are always in your center. When you are centered you allow the past, present, and future to speak to you and you move forward with whatever the next step is for you in your activities.

Insight 3

Co-creating is a great way to avoid the use of force by allowing your agenda to be set by the unfolding of life - by whatever next step needs to be taken.

This Month's Courses

Monthly Explorations

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