The Organizational Development Muse
Be Strong and Courageous! Choose to Live. Pursue your Dreams. Lead your your heart, do not follow it.1 Choose in every way to give life, and do not take it. Purpose to bless, and do not curse. When in doubt go against the current, do not let it turn against you.
When you encounter all the simple and complex situations that make up your day, choose life. Take the risk to give generously and love unconditionally.
With present technology and social media, it may seem like people and companies are driven (or forced) to be more transparent. But really. How transparent are you being? How deep are your relationships with your vendors and peers?
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With permission, I'm passing along a recent market prognostication from my good friend Gary Moore. Mentored by Sir John Templeton, erudite, deeply committed to ethical investing, and deeply concerned to maintain intellectual integrity, I've found even more help from him over the years as a thought leader, especially in the arena where one's spirituality and life with money intersect. Anyone responsible for the long term sustainability of their organization will find his reflections worth considering.
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Topics: organizational development, Organizational Leadership, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, organizational design, organizational leaders, machiavelli, leadership orientation to people
If you search for the word "hope" through Google, you will find many Barak Obama presidential campaign posters. Ironic, isn't it, that the last campaign was won on the theme of hope but so much hope has been diminished in recent years?