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Zen garden in black and white What does spirituality have to do with Leadership Development?

I have been engaged in numerous discussions lately in leadership groups and have noticed an interesting trend: It doesn’t take very long for the conversations…

White faces or vases illusion 3 Common Myths about Zen and Why Zen Helps Leaders

I’ve heard these myths many times, but today I found all 3 of them in the same article.  So here goes… Myth #1: Zen is about…

Zen garden in black and white Video: Why Spend the Energy to Become a Zen Leader?

In this video, Ginny Whitelaw, author of The Zen Leader, discusses the importance of spending the effort and energy to lead like a Zen Leader.…

Zen garden in black and white Are you really “listening”? Some thoughts from The Zen Leader.

I was having a conversation the other day about whether listening should be a core competency for leaders. There were a lot of interesting perspectives,…

FEBI learning lounge banner There Should Be an “I” in Team

In almost every team locker room anywhere, there is a banner that says, “There’s No “I” in Team.  The intent is clear.  Don’t be selfish,…

Zen garden in black and white Video: What makes the Zen Leader special?

“It was the first time in my own writing that I really felt I could get out of my own way. And I hope that…

Zen garden in black and white Video: Why write The Zen Leader?

Ginny Whitelaw, author of The Zen Leader, discusses what lead her to write this book. http://youtu.be/BbsQS310lwU For the latest videos and updates make sure to…

Zen garden in black and white My Love Affair with The Zen Leader

I admit it… I’ve fallen head over heels for  The Zen Leader .  Not a person, mind you, but a fantastic new book by Ginny…

Photo of Mitt Romney Advice to Romney: Get Out of Your Own Way, Realize the Zen Leader in You

It’s almost painful to watch: Mitt Romney crossing the stage. His gait totters to hold a torso too stiff. His upright carriage looks nearly crackable…