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Co-creative leadership

Co-creative leadership; the death of the hero and the need for permeable societal membranes of relevance
by Irma Wilson 24 April’14 Jhb.

The kind of leadership that engenders co-creation is an emergent field. 726 more words

Love And Grow Like Christ In An Increasingly Dark World

With this post, I am excited to share some reflections from my recent devotions and book readings over the past month. I’ve been reading the book titled, … 2,472 more words

Faith And Family

Living Missionally

Culture shifts are difficult for organizations to make. In particular, organizations that place a high value on their history find it very challenging to make a shift in their culture. 1,153 more words

Sad dogs > sad humans

I can’t help but think we now have a stronger emotional reaction to sad dogs than sad humans. This may also explain why I have witnessed people forego human relationships for a new puppy.


It's on Us

Fresh on the heels of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, President Obama and VP Biden launch a new sexual assault prevention campaign “ 14 more words


Tuesday Tickle: Culture Shift

I love characters that are enthusiastic about their jobs, especially when it’s areas that most people wouldn’t find interesting. These guys are a lot of fun, simply because they are absolutely fascinated by what they do for a living. 401 more words

Mm Romance

Culture Shift

Theorists like Phyllis Tickle have said that in western Christianity there has been a major cultural shift every 500 years where a new type of church has started that affects all Christianity. 167 more words