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Fire, Wind and Time

Posted by Mark L. Vincent on Apr 29, 2021 11:15:00 AM
The following is a sample opening consecration used in a cohort meeting of Maestro-level leaders:
 
 
Three questions are put to the great leader Ezra in the apocryphal book of 2 Esdras:
  1. What does a fire weigh?
  2. Can a blast of wind be measured?
  3. Can we bring back a day that is past?
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Topics: Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, Mission and vision, executive transitions, succession planning, Maestro-level Leaders, The Third Turn, The Third Turn Podcast

Is the traditional concept of “career” still useful? If not, then what?

Posted by Walter Sawatzky on Oct 20, 2014 6:00:00 AM

In the brief span of my lifetime, the term “career” has evolved from meaning something respectably akin to “lifelong vocation” to now designating a temporary choice college-age adults make to satisfy their guidance counselors and parents.  Granted, that is a slight exaggeration but stay with me!

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, their “Numbers Guy”, Carl Bialik asked: “Do Americans really go through careers like they do cars or refrigerators?” He goes on to say based on his research that much of what we hear points to growing job instability and increased autonomy of workers. Among the most-repeated claims is that the average U.S. worker will have many careers—seven is the most widely cited number—in his or her lifetime.

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Topics: process consulting, Process consultation and design, executive coaching, Design Group International, walter sawatzky, vocation vs career, executive transitions, career vs vocation

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