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Coaching Styles | ReadyToManage

Coaching Styles | ReadyToManage | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

"The ways and means by which we can assist the coaching process are many and various. Even though some of the approaches can be more effective than others, in this brief article, the aim is to introduce a simple 4-quadrant grid framework that can help considerably in every coaching discussion. Like all useful models or frameworks, the situational coaching style approach is not intended to be a panacea. We all know that coaching can be extremely complex and often involves a wide variety of factors that can make the coaching experience more or less successful. This approach is therefore just “one more tool in the toolbox”.


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Belva Jennings's curator insight, February 19, 12:53 PM

Your Coaching module gave you the toolkit..it's up to you to use those tools within the context of your own coaching style.

gustavo salazar's curator insight, March 24, 6:20 AM

estilos de coaching

Terry Corby's curator insight, May 27, 11:44 AM

If you are thinking about a coach or mentor then take a read. As a mentor and coach I tend to be on the left hand side more than the right :-)

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Ecopsychology 101: James Hillman and the pain of community loss

Ecopsychology 101: James Hillman and the pain of community loss | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

Ecopsychology, as propounded by James Hillman, a therapist based in northeast Connecticut, seeks to redefine the goals of psychology by paying heed to the health of one's environment just as one would the pathology of one's family. "Psychology, so dedicated to awakening human consciousness, needs to wake itself up to one of the most ancient human truths: we cannot be studied or cured apart from the planet."

 

"When a farm is subdeveloped, acres of trees go down or there's an oil spill in town, you feel it deeply and it goes on in you for so long, every time you walk past that place," said Hillman, who has successfully fought road extensions and subdevelopments in his town. "That never comes into consciousness. It is never talked about on the community level. People all know this inside their bodies. That's the horror. It hurts. When I see old healthy trees go down it hurts."


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Eva Rider's curator insight, August 25, 12:36 PM

More and more relevant moment by moment in our time

 

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: The union of opposites is a trans-conscious process and, in principle, not amenable to scientific explanation.

Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung: The union of opposites is a trans-conscious process and, in principle, not amenable to scientific explanation. | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

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Eva Rider's curator insight, August 28, 7:44 PM

The Union of the Opposites and the alchemical wedding - where the unconscious and the conscious meet - Are we swallowed into the unconscious or do we bring the unconscious into consciousness via the spark of life...

Interesting...C.G. Jung and his own process of understanding that which is inconceivable; there is an awe before the mystery of the feminine.

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The World Is Like a Divine Language

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… symbolism seems to us to be quite specially adapted to the needs of human nature, which is not exclusively intellectual but which needs a sensory basis from which to rise to higher levels.

 

 


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Eva Rider's curator insight, August 30, 7:45 PM

symbol as metaphor - the transformer between spirit and matter

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Dancing in the Flames: Marion Woodman

Dancing in the Flames is a brilliant and intimate documentary into the life of Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman, who is known for her ground breaking work as a teacher and author on feminine psychology and addiction. We are taken into a metaphoric representation of the unconscious imagery that Marion discusses so passionately and, in doing so, are invited to examine our own lives. Brilliant mystic and author Andrew Harvey interviews Marion as she explains the mysteries of her soul’s journey and reveals a series of psychological ‘deaths’ and ‘rebirths’ that have formed the consciousness into which she has evolved. The film presents a philosophy of dynamic opposites, the bridging of seeming contradictions. Life and death, love and grief, courage and submission are not at loggerheads for her—they’re part of a harmonious whole. By embracing these opposites we come into the totality of human experience.


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Jerónimo M.M.'s curator insight, October 9, 2013 3:32 AM

BP, watch this, I love the story about the world that is dying and the new one being born

Eva Rider's curator insight, July 2, 1:06 PM

Dancing in the Flames - the beautiful documentary by Adam Reid on the life and work of the brilliant and wise, Canadian Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman with intimate interviews by the mystic, Andrew Harvey and Ross Woodman.

 

Here is full. Enjoy!

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Dancing in the Flames - the beautiful documentary by Adam Reid on the life and work of the brilliant and wise, Canadian Jungian Analyst, Marion Woodman with intimate interviews by mystic, Andrew Harvey and the brilliant Ross Woodman, Marion's beloved late husband.

 

Here in full. Enjoy!

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on “The Significance of Dreams.”

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Carl Jung - BBC: In Our Time

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the extraordinary mind of the psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung. In 1907 Sigmund Freud met a young man and fell into a conversati...

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maria taveras's curator insight, September 9, 10:21 AM

This was the start of a fascinating and short lived relationship between two creative minds. 

 

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Positive Psychology & Appreciative Inquiry at Work: A Book List for leaders

Positive Psychology & Appreciative Inquiry at Work: A Book List for leaders | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it
Here, I´ve compiled a list of 15 books that apply Positive Psychology to the realm of "the organization", leadership, management etc. As always, I see the list as work in progress and will be happy...

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David Cooperrider's curator insight, August 29, 11:54 AM

From "Appreciative Inquiry: A Positive Revolution in Change" to "Good Business" the book list is growing for the managers bookshelf. Here the author has  compiled a list of 15 books that apply Positive Psychology and Appreciative Inquiry to the realm of “the organization”, leadership, management, positive change theory, etc. 

Margarita Tarragona's curator insight, August 29, 4:21 PM

Una lista de libros de psicología positiva e indagación apreciativa aplicadas a las organizaciones, compilada por David Cooperider

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The World's Most Innovative Companies 2014

The World's Most Innovative Companies 2014 | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it
Our annual guide to the businesses that matter most

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David Cooperrider's curator insight, September 2, 6:40 AM

Business as an Agent of World Benefit is about hope in the making : the belief that a product or service can radically remake an industry, change consumer habits, challenge economic assumptions, and change the world for the better.  Proof for such innovative leaps is thin, payoffs are long in coming, and doubting Thomases abound. Some overvalued companies and overhyped inventions will eventually tumble and money will be lost. Yet breakthrough progress often requires wide-eyed hope. Its for that reason that companies such as Tesla and Solar-City inspire: they elevate our sights and help us think beyond the possible. They show us that sustainability can be enchanting enrichment, not lifeless deprivation, and that a new story of business is in the making. I love this annual listing by Fast Company.  My only shift would be to place Tesla 1st on the list--its shifting not one but several industries at once and might just be the most important turning point company in our transition to a renewable energy economy. The young people working there are on fire (you thought an Apple store was filled with amazing youthful energy!)... Who would you place at #1? 

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Tweet from @Lori_tweet4fun

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In life and business - it's all about the PEOPLE! #fridayfun #inspiration #leadership #HR http://t.co/Ix15TRDSFi

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14 Ads That Changed The World

14 Ads That Changed The World | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

These ads didn't just sell products — they changed behaviors.


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Holding on to bright new talent

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Alison Coleman on getting and keeping the right candidates

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The Moral Molecule: How oxytocin can revolutionise your organisation - with Paul Zak

The Moral Molecule: How oxytocin can revolutionise your organisation - with Paul Zak | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

we spoke with Paul Zak, aka Dr Love, who is professor of economic psychology and management at Claremont Graduate University. He believes that increased levels of oxytocin in the brain can help to make better functioning organisations.

 

You're clearly a proponent of empathy as a powerful tool in business. But how important are emotions like empathy, love and trust alongside more "classically accepted" drivers of business success like aggression and ruthlessness in building modern businesses?

 

Zak - The leadership literature goes back and forth on whether empathy is an important quality in managers. My work on the neuroscience of organizations shows empathy as a vital part of management and as guiding both information acquisition from colleagues and from treating colleagues in appropriate ways.  

by Robin Hough

 

Culture of Empathy Builder Page: Paul Zak
http://j.mp/YhPowm

 


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Florentine van Thiel's curator insight, June 4, 2013 11:33 PM

Succès devrait-il rimer avec agression? Pas nécessairement : bonne nouvelle!

David Hain's curator insight, June 8, 2013 3:51 AM

Fascinating!

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Why we love (and love to hate) HOAs

Why we love (and love to hate) HOAs | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it
Since asking last Monday for your thoughts about homeowner associations, we have been overwhelmed by the response. We’ve heard from real estate agents, management companies, HOA board members and owners who love, hate and tolerate HOAs.

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Soul Spelunker: Jung's Ideas On Alchemy

Soul Spelunker: Jung's Ideas On Alchemy | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

Alchemy, in our day, is an aspect of our European heritage which many of us view as being silly. The general consensus is that alchemy was a product of a more primitive worldview. It is somewhat puzzling as to why a twentieth-century psychologist like C.G. Jung would have such a passionate interest in the subject. In this article, I will attempt to explicate Jung's ideas concerning alchemy. Following a short critique of his views, I will add a few of my own thoughts.


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Eva Rider's curator insight, August 26, 7:12 AM
Wonderful overview on the sources of Jung's interest and subsequent study and synthesis of Alchemy
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The Consciousness of Trees

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“ Jung say in the prologue to Memories, Dreams, Reflections, “Life has always seemed to me like a plant that lives on a rhizome.” The rhizome, the rootstock, grows horizontally underground, with roots at its lower end, shoots at its upper.”


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Positive Thinking

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"Every act of positive thinking generates its dark brother and sister at the unconscious level, if one is unconscious of "the dark brother and sister" (within oneself) positive thinking then is reactive, another words a DEFENSE against the "dark brother and sister" ...W.Brugh Joy, MD


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Eva Rider's curator insight, September 1, 12:05 PM

This is an astute and wise reminder. Any polarized view triggers its opposite. It is no easy task to hold the poles in balance but it is necessary for the Transcendent Third to emerge.

Thank you for this offering.

 

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Self Synthesis: Innocence replaces blame

Self Synthesis: Innocence replaces blame | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

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Xristiana Sophia's curator insight, July 20, 12:06 AM

Innocence replaces blame. But it’s a journey into “hell” to realize and achieve this.

Eva Rider's curator insight, September 1, 2:18 PM

Ultimately there are no paved pathways on the journey to the Self. Each of us must create our unique inroads.

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Circumambulating the Alchemical Mysterium

Circumambulating the Alchemical Mysterium | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

A L C H E M Y  may be described, in the words of Baudelaire, as a process of ‘distilling the eternal from the transient’. [1] As the art of transmutation par excellence, the classical applications of alchemy have always been twofold: chrysopoeia and apotheosis (gold-making and god-making)—the perfection of metals and mortals. In seeking to turn ‘poison into wine’, alchemy, like tantra, engages material existence—often at its most dissolute or corruptible—in order to transform it into a vehicle of liberation. Like theurgy, it seeks not only personal liberation—the redemption of the soul from the cycles of generation and corruption—but also the liberation (or perfection) of nature herself through participation in the cosmic demiurgy. In its highest sense, therefore, alchemy conforms to what Lurianic kabbalists would call tikkun, the restoration of the world.


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Eva Rider's curator insight, September 3, 11:32 AM

Alchemy - the transformation of  what was unconscious lead into illuminated Gold is the essence and goal of Soul Making, the discovery of the eternal in the transitory, the imagination made manifest in Beauty.

Erel Shalit's curator insight, September 4, 2:46 AM

The author discusses the interesting etymology, such as Egyptian, of alchemy. However, there is also, as raised by Gershom Scholem, a possible Hebrew origin (see Enemy, Cripple, Beggar, p. 202f.).

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How Appreciative inquiry can Help Rewire Your Brain To Overcome the Negativity Bias

How Appreciative inquiry can Help Rewire Your Brain To Overcome the Negativity Bias | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

“The bad news: Our brains are wired to be negative. The good news: You can train your brain to hold on to happiness in 10 seconds. Wouldn't it be awesome if we could hack into our own brains and rewire them to be happier?”


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David Cooperrider's curator insight, August 27, 5:05 AM
DON'T JUST THINK POSITIVELY. THINK REALISTICALLY. There's a lot of good stuff happening in our lives, but we don't always let ourselves stop and notice it. Rewiring your brain for greater hope, inspiration and joy isn't simply about positive thinking. It's about realistic thinking. Realistic thinking means noticing the good things that happen to us as they occur and letting ourselves experience them. "We tend to not even notice a good fact when its there," he says. "The boss actually said 19 good things about you, but you're obsessing over the one bad thing." Appreciative Inquiry offers the tools for seeing, amplifying, and savoring those things of value worth valuing. This article shows how this is not at all Pollyannish, but physiologically significant--via brain plasticity and the reality that multiple realities are there everywhere, even the grace of great things, positive things, and good news.
Roland Sullivan's comment, August 30, 7:17 AM
Allow me to put this into a personal paradigm. I meditate. in preparation for meditation I've spent years concentrating and controlling the mind. One of the biggest challenges has been to eliminate as much as possible any negative thought waves into my mind. As soon as I become aware of a negative thought I switched my focus to intentional positivity. Now my focus in life is helping other change agents transform themselves in the context of transforming the organizations in which they live. Being rooted in a positive social organization psychology is paramount.
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Leading Sustainability: Cultivating guiding principles and values

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“Leading Sustainability: Cultivating the guiding principles and values that already exist to create necessary change� On the path to sustainabilit...”


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David Cooperrider's curator insight, September 2, 4:49 AM
By encouraging positive views, belief systems and activity, leaders can shift mindsets to remove counterproductive behaviour and develop new skills for sustainability, while working within deeply rooted value systems and cultures.
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Tweet from @growinglearners

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RT @growinglearners: A leader's motto... #leadfromwithin #leadership #educoach http://t.co/hSOdVPHpmp

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Tweet from @LollyDaskal

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RT @LollyDaskal: You cannot have a future without change in the present. ~@LollyDaskal #leadfromwithin #leadership http://t.co/1D2IfI28Bp

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Got a Great Idea But Not the Time (or Means) to Develop a Product?

Got a Great Idea But Not the Time (or Means) to Develop a Product? | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

The idea engine keeps inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs in business. “Successful inventors accumulate over a thousand ideas in the course of bringing a creative concept successfully through the innovation process from an idea to market reality.


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Poor technology leadership is usually just poor leadership | Dangerously Irrelevant

Poor technology leadership is usually just poor leadership | Dangerously Irrelevant | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it

When a school leader neglects to allocate sufficient professional development time for newly-purchased classroom technologies, that’s not poor technology leadership, that’s just poor leadership.


When a school leader doesn’t provide adequate technical support personnel for a new 1:1 laptop initiative, that’s not poor technology leadership, that’s just poor leadership.


When a school leader purchases system-wide learning software with little thought given to long-term financial and instructional sustainability, that’s not poor technology leadership, that’s just poor leadership.


When a school leader fails to ensure adequate parent education and support before initiating expensive, organization-wide technology programs, that’s not poor technology leadership, that’s just poor leadership.


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, July 21, 1:15 AM

Scott McCleod lays it all out with refreshing candor and insight.

Deborah Welsh's curator insight, August 5, 4:01 PM

Challenging leaders to follow up on their ideas and vision.

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Managing a Winning Team Starts with the Right Personnel

Managing a Winning Team Starts with the Right Personnel | Creating new possibilities | Scoop.it
Management means lots of things... So the first question that comes to my mind is, “What can be managed?” The simple answer is anything! When I Googled that question, there were 72,800,000 results including broad categories like business, knowledge, processes, projects, stress, anger, aging, conflict, time, suppliers, weight, diabetes, data, systems and diversity … and, trust me, the list of subjects went on and on. What I also noticed from the near 73 million hits is that the most popular search for things to manage is people. That’s not a big surprise. Fundamentally people are at the heart of our business and therefore people can —and must — be managed. However, in order to manage a winning team, there are several steps involved that can be categorized as both management and leadership. I love how Stephen Covey defines the roles of leadership and management. “Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the r

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Louis Foussard's curator insight, February 11, 10:37 AM

Great article (part 1 of 5) from my friend Emily Adams at Fresh Revenues...