Category Archives: Current 11 – Spiritual Leadership

Time To Be Who You Are As A Leader

How many times have you found yourself in a work day saying, “Is it 5 o’clock yet?”; or, “TGIF!” (Thank God, it’s Friday!). We all do this at times because we are trained to think that our evenings and weekends are “our time,” while the 40-plus hours in our work-week belong to someone else. Continue reading

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Habits To Help Us Become Better Leaders

In this post, I continue offering reflections on how I have been helped over the past 20 years to reach toward my full potential and achieve more balance in my life through the writings of the late Stephen R. Covey. Continue reading

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The Spirituality of Ethics: Growing Humans Who Serve the Common Good

Years ago, I began offering presentations on what I call, “The Spirituality of Ethics.” In these presentations, I invite people to reflect on how the new evolutionary understanding of what it means to be human might affect our understanding of ethical behavior and its opposite. Continue reading

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More Thoughts on the Spiritual Depths of Ethics

In this post, I want to share a bit more on the insights that for me link human psychological and spiritual development with ethics. For me, there is within the insights gained from understanding this link enormous challenge, but also signs of hope. Continue reading

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Finding Spiritual Help on the Leadership Journey

If you are a Star Trek fan like me, you may recall the motion picture, The Undiscovered Country. Its title is taken from Shakespeare’s play, Hamlet, and refers to the unknown – those things that are a mystery to us Continue reading

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Exploring the Deep Structure of Choice in Decision-making

A number of years ago I began helping groups of people, mostly women, as a facilitator of strategic planning and collective decision-making processes. These groups wanted to be more inclusive and participative in their planning and decision-making. Yet, they also were aware that they lacked as a whole the awareness and skills to do that effectively. Continue reading

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