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Systems Thinking: My Introduction

My first introduction to “systems thinking” came through a friend who was a family therapist. She used Bowen Family Systems Theory in her counseling practice. The theory treats an individual’s issues by looking at the family as a whole. My friend encouraged me to apply the approach to my own attempts to understand and work with groups and organizations. Continue reading

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Our True Way Is Nature’s Way

Sometimes, I am nearly awed at the coming together of events in that way Carl Jung describes as “synchronicity.” For the past six months, once again, I have been preparing to travel to India to teach a leadership course in Kerala in December. Last year, when I went to India for the first time, Continue reading

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