The Organizational Development Muse


Posted by Mark L. Vincent

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Personal Leadership: Getting rid of the consumerism paradigm

Posted by Aurora Rogers

Most discussions I hear around consumerism are about finances, time management, or relationships, but I think our lives, not just our livelihood, are at stake when consumerism infiltrates our paradigm.  

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Topics: organizational development consulting, leadership development, Design Group International, organizational design, leadership paradigm, personal leadership