Events for 12/27 thru 12/31/2010

Hi, Everyone!

Here’s the list of next week’s events for ChangeWorks and MasterStream professionals:

“ChangeWorks Forum” —

Monday, December 27th from 3PM to 4PM EST. During this call, we will continue our exploration of the Kolbe A Index and review an updated diagram based on last week’s call. We will also take a close look at the ChangeGrid Dennis Stockdale completed with Santa Claus.  This program is open to all current students and graduates of the ChangeWorks program. To register, follow this link:

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/821870523

“ChangeWorks Gold Team Call” —

Thursday, December 30th from 11AM to 12PM EST. On this call, we’ll look at the results of the “2011 ChangeWorks Professional Plan for Success.” I’ll post a link to the profile early next week to give you all plenty of time to complete the assessment.  This call is open to all Gold Team members.  Please plan to join in!

https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/575601514

As always, our webinars are recorded for those of you who are unable to attend the live call. If you would like to receive a link to the recording for any call you cannot make, BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE CALL and the system will automatically notify you by email when the recording is ready.

If you know of an event that would be a good opportunity for me to introduce ChangeWorks and MasterStream to the professional community, please give Linda a call at 704-987-6500.

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One Response to Events for 12/27 thru 12/31/2010

  1. Bob Rosen says:

    We’ve focused attention from time to time on the importance of, “Managing others’ perceptions.” I’m reading Parker J. Palmer’s book A Hidden Wholeness: Tje Journey Toward the Undivided Life (2004). Palmer says this, “The truth is that the more dividedness we perceive in each other, the less safe and sane we feel. Being cautious about the degree of congruence between outer appearance and inner reality is one of our species’ most ancient ways of seeking safety in a perilous world. ‘Is this person the same on the inside as he or she seems to be on the outside?’ When the answer is yes, we relax, believing that we are in the presence of integrity and feeling secure enough to invest ourselves in the relationship.

    “But when the answer is no, we go on high alert. Not knowing who or what we are dealing with and feeling unsafe, we hunker down in a psychological foxhole and withhold the investment of our energy, commitment, and gifts. Students refuse to take the risks involved in learning, employees do not put their hearts into their work, patients cannot partner with physicians in their own healing, and citizens disengage from the political process. The perceived incongruity of inner and outer – the inauthenticity that we sense in others, or they in us – constantly undermines our morale, our relationships, and our capacity for good work.” [Kindle location 202-215]

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