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Systems Thinking Tools: The Core Competencies of Organizational Learning

What turns you on? What are people really passionate about? Organizational learning gives you the tools to answer these questions through personal and organizational transformation. When you are able to see the structures that impact the way people think and see, you uncover their passions and discover what drives you. 298 more words

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Perfectly Imperfect

“Perfectly Imperfect

We have all heard that no two snowflakes are alike. Each snowflake takes the perfect form for the maximum efficiency and effectiveness for its journey. 322 more words

Shared Vision: Do Others See What You See?

When we talk about shared vision, we don’t mean an idea. Instead, we’re referring to a force that is in people’s hearts. Peter Senge states: “ 559 more words

Continuous Improvement:  Creating teams and team learning

One of the keys to unlocking team learning is dialogue. Once again, over time words in the English language have been used interchangeably. Discussion and dialogue are 2 of these. 457 more words

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Commitment, determination and resilience, a lesson in physics

The importance of not giving up and how repeated efforts gain momentum until critical mass is achieved.

Newton’s 2nd Law of motion

The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is  528 more words

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Reading for Leading #22: Which of the 6 leadership styles do you use?

Which of the 6 leadership styles do you use?

Reading for Leading is a weekly leadership tip shared every Monday morning as a pithy suggestion, question or reflection. 250 more words

Reading For Leading


Tonight I reflect upon my relationships with my co-workers at my Montessori job, and on the value of  true partnership in a Montessori creation & collaboration. 46 more words