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Ginny Whitelaw

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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.

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.

Bread and Circuses: Leading Beyond Distractions

Dr. Whitelaw reflects on all of the catastrophes that are happening around the world. She reminds us that flipping from coping to transforming can help everyone face into any challenge they encounter.

The Active Leadership Ingredients That Turn Food Into Medicine

Dr. Whitelaw shares a story from IZL instructor Dr. Kristi Crymes. Dr. Crymes is helping to hold space for circle gathering that are changing lives and building community.

Leading In The Age Of Resilience

Dr. Whitelaw reminds us that in this Age of Resilience, we need to remember our one-withness.

We Won’t Be Smarter Or Faster Than AI, But Here’s A Way To Be Wiser

Dr. Whitelaw explores the connection between AI and climate change. She offers 3 internal and external practices for leaders in these times.

How To Use AI In Service Of Life: 3 Practices For Leaders

Dr. Whitelaw explores the connection between AI and climate change. She offers 3 internal and external practices for leaders in these times.

Try On A New Relationship With Time

Dr. Whitelaw explores our relationship to time. Technology is helping time “speed up” while Dr. Whitelaw invites us to slow down.