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How To Face A Mess – The First Flip of Zen Leadership

The world is a messy place. How do you face messes like these and still authentically add your value? Make the flip from Coping To Transforming.

How Resilience Deepens Depending On Who Is Resilient

These times are calling for a deep level of resilience. Relationships are an important factor in the level of resilience we are able to cultivate. How are your relationships helping your resilience?

From Individual to Collective Resilience: Notes from the (social) field

Dr. Maria Kukhareva shares about her experience working with young people that had experienced adversity. During that time, Dr. Maria learned a lot about resilience and it’s relational nature.

The Key To Transformation Is Not Hacking The Form

The key to effective and enduring transformation lies beneath the surface in shifting the energies, including relationships and perceptions, that hold current forms in place.

Trust that everything is as it should be

One year ago, Courtney Amo, Dr. Julie Beaulac and Casey Berglund wrote “The Mind-Body Way.” Now they are sharing how their Zen training is helping them share their work.

The Hidden Side of Deep Resilience in Leadership

Flipping around our sense of self fosters a deep resilience in leadership, as well as a joyful, purposeful life and a more joyful, resilient world. Here’s a practice for making this flip.

Out The Other Side

Out The Other Side

Jan 04 2024

Brad Reed shares his journey through the Zen Leader series. He explores the ups, downs, and all the sides.

Growing Up In A Time Of Divisions – Schismogenesis

Dr. Whitelaw explores schismogenesis, the creation of divisions. She also offers ways to bridge those gaps.

How Joy Guides Us In Facing Climate And Other Messes

Dr. Whitelaw explores how are can use joy to face into any challenge.