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  • 04:04 Popular 1. Everything DiSC Workplace® Introduction

    1. Everything DiSC Workplace® Introduction

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    This video introduces Everything DiSC® Workplace, exploring the model and each of the four DiSC® styles. William Marston developed his DISC model through his book Emotions of Normal People. William Marston’s book does not give a behavioral a

  • 04:29 Popular Personal Mastery Presentation

    Personal Mastery Presentation

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    Personal mastery is about approaching life from a different perspective. Personal mastery is guided with critical principles like vision, personal purpose, creative tension, commitment to truth and understanding. Peter Senge said that attaining personal m

  • 05:34 Popular Peter Senge on Creative Tension

    Peter Senge on Creative Tension

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    Peter Senge on Creative Tension

  • 01:41 What is an Extraordinary Life?

    What is an Extraordinary Life?

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    Whatever your definition is, you deserve to be fulfilled in whatever direction you take your life. The challenge is that in today's complex world, it's so easy to get caught in the process of achieving so much, that it's sometimes easy to lose focus of wh

  • 01:11 Personal Mastery

    Personal Mastery

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    The term “personal mastery” is used to describe a person’s ability to maintain their internal stability at the ego level of existence.

  • 1:04:01 Growing Leaders in a Changing World (1 of 5)

    Growing Leaders in a Changing World (1 of 5)

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    The first "Conversation on Leadership" highlighted both the challenges of modern leadership development, as well as the legacy of the preeminent leadership scholar, Warren Bennis.

  • 10:05 Popular The Importance of Learning in Organizations

    The Importance of Learning in Organizations

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    An interview with David Garvin and Amy Edmondson, Professors, Harvard Business School. Learning organizations generate and act on new knowledge. The ability to do this enables companies to stay ahead of change and the competition.

  • 1:43:01 Margaret Wheatley Seminar on Complex Problems

    Margaret Wheatley Seminar on Complex Problems

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    Delta Strategies presents Meg Wheatley. In this seminar she as what have you learned? She gives an exampleof the Katrina hurricane and says that tragedies like these are learning opportunities to serve our communities.

  • 01:24 Peter M.Senge Part1

    Peter M.Senge Part1

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    Seminar with Peter M.Senge.

  • 02:25 Popular What is action research?

    What is action research?

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    John Spencer. Published on Jan 11, 2017 Here's a short description of action research. TRANSCRIPT: Teaching is a craft. It’s both an art and a science, which is why great teachers always experiment and make tons of mistakes. But how do you know what

  • 10:03 Popular The Power of Team Learning | Kaisu Tuominiemi | TEDxBarcelonaED

    The Power of Team Learning | Kaisu Tuominiemi | TEDxBarcelonaED

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    Learning by doing (dancing) and helping others to learn too. Connecting with her personal story Kaisu Tuominiemi shares about transformative learning processes through teams - why we are bigger than me. Kaisu Tuominiemi is passionate about education in it

  • 04:41 System Thinking - System Archetypes - Tragedy of the Commons

    System Thinking - System Archetypes - Tragedy of the Commons

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    Today we talk about the fifth and final system archetype we’ll cover in this series – The Tragedy of the Commons. It is a system that starts with independent and rational behavior, but it leads to a disaster. It starts with a shared resource with a number

  • 04:26 Systems Thinking - System Archetypes-Accidental Adversaries

    Systems Thinking - System Archetypes-Accidental Adversaries

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    Today we continue our discussion about System Archetypes with an archetype known as “Accidental Adversaries.” This system starts with two partners working to cooperate, but it leads to a negative outcome. The cooperation comes from each partner filling a

  • 03:42 Systems Thinking - System Archetypes - Eroding Goals

    Systems Thinking - System Archetypes - Eroding Goals

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    We’ve been talking about System Archetypes. These are the types of systems that recur in a number of environments and are easily recognizable. The system archetype we’re going to talk about today is called Eroding Goals. Eroding goals are caused by a dela

  • 04:20 Systems Thinking - Teams

    Systems Thinking - Teams

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    Teams have great value. They have value for the individual who participates in a team - the value of affiliation and the motivation from participating in something bigger than themselves. There is also value to the company. There’s a very strong cor

  • 03:11 Popular Systems Thinking - System Archetypes - Shifting the Burden

    Systems Thinking - System Archetypes - Shifting the Burden

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    We’ve been talking about system archetypes and will focus on that topic again in this post. We’re going to look at the system archetype called “Shifting the Burden.” First, a little review. A system archetype is a system that recur

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