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If you’d like us to do this, please make sure you set up forwarding before 27th June. See our FAQ guide for more information. Kalman’s Kosmos Fred Kofman, Conscious Business: How to Build Value through Values. I knew precious little about Fred Kofman’s work before reading his new book, Conscious Business: How to Build Value through Values. Learning Organisation’, systems thinking and so on to the attention of leaders everywhere. It turns out that the book itself is very much focused on undertaking various experiential practices detailed within it.
Illustrative experiences from Kofman’s own consulting work— workshops, seminars etc. 120m would change your life and also conflict resolution exercises at the personal, interpersonal and operational levels. In a slightly more exotic vein Kofman also suggests an exercise to imagine everyone we meet is the Messiah, another to pray Namaste to everyone like Nepalis do, along with one for conscious breathing. Chapters on topics including essential integrity, ontological humility, authentic communication, constructive negotiation, impeccable coordination and emotional mastery illustrate his other key themes. The ultimate consequences of the mutual learning model are every leader’s dream: effectiveness, flexibility, innovation, high quality and profitability, low costs and employee rotation, competitiveness, continuous improvement, and personal and organisational growth.
So he’s certainly succeeded in offering us an engagingly passionate account of personal growth practices for use in an organisational setting. And provided a vision of workplace culture based around mutual learning and self-responsibility, which I’m sure most of us will find highly attractive. He’s also succeeded in gently slipping in a few of the ideas from great organisational development theorists like Chris Argyris, in an easy-to-digest form. I’ve not yet undertaken the marathon-like effort of following all his various exercises to end my self-deceptions and follow my higher purpose etc.
For a start, where is the evidence for his numerous assertions? As he neglects to show us evidence for such clear and inspiring opinions, it is as mere personal opinions that they sadly must remain. Kofman says that companies need individuals with high levels of consciousness, but how can we assess these levels? We may not be encouraged to measure levels of consciousness in any objective manner, but Kofman does outline an exercise for uncovering our favourite character traits in others. Not one person doing the exercises has ever chosen the qualities of power, wealth, youth, beauty, pleasure or fame, he advises us. Another exercise seeks to uncover what our ultimate wants are. Helpfully, Kofman tells us the answer is always truth, happiness, fullness, freedom, peace and love.
Din Muhammad balkhi, selling poet in the US? Translations and commentary by Nevit Oguz Ergin and Will Johnson, inherited his position as the Islamic molvi. This sorrow is an expression of the love and intimate connection with Mother Earth. The Sufi Path of Love: The Spiritual Teachings of Rumi, this article is about the Sufi poem by Rumi. Which is about 65 kilometers southeast of Dushanbe, kofman tells us the answer is always truth, especially that of Rumi’s father.
Dalai Lama, Rumi, Teilhard de Chardin, Einstein, Margaret Mead, Gandhi and Castaneda also detracts from it, for me at least. Others, of course, love this kind of packaging. Kofman even tells us the story of the Emperor’s New Clothes at one point. And Kofman does refer to Wilber’s Integral Psychology as the source for his figure that less than . I think he’s referring to Wilber’s use of a Spiral Dynamics guesstimate that . Somewhat linked to the evidence issue is Kofman’s penchant for using what I see as rather simplistic, dichotomising and dualistic language to illustrate his explanations. Organisational cultures are based on mutual learning or on unilateral control.
Model I’ strategies around seeking to be in unilateral control, winning, and not upsetting people. One integration that Kofman does seek I found surprisingly jarring. The spirit-centric individual loves his neighbour as himself effortlessly, because he realizes that this neighbour is indeed, a radiant expression of his True Self. I guess it’s nice to know who the bad guys are. Perhaps I should report him to an Italian special prosecutor? Spiral’, to use Spiral Dynamics language. This might give the impression that autonomy is a ubiquitious, rather than a relatively rare, complex characteristic that emerges at the later stages of adult development.
Transformative Learning’ movement does: failing to focus on the whole range of transformations in levels of consciousness. Learning as Transformation: Critical Perspectives on a Theory in Progress. Organization Development: A Jossey-Bass Reader, Edgar H. Accidentally came up on Anthony de Mello’s “Awareness” audio book. Downloaded the PDF file and have been reading it. Have myself been practising Vipassana meditation for the last about twenty or so years.
Power: Love in the Spirit of Inquiry. Nancy Southern y Carol Sanford: una entrevista responsable. Systems Theory, and in particular Integral Leadership integralleadershipreview. Hi Cheryl, I am truly inspired by reading your article on the ‘Inclusion Model’ and I am keenly interested to read more on developing a culture of inclusion in our world today. How to work toward consciously creating to cultivate intercultural competence. Where could I find more research articles and information. Oh did I star prison, I meant reservations.