November 24, 2011

Talking Emotional Literacy

 “The publication of Daniel Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence in 1995, marked a turning point in popular culture. Finally, emotions were deemed critical to human intelligence. Ironically, the book presents a model of emotional intelligence that is founded in the subordination of emotions to reason.”  Miriam Greenspan, Healing Through the Dark Emotions Wine Connoisseurs know that there is a vast array of wines to […]
November 17, 2011

Because I Said So: The Slow Death of Authoritarian Leadership

We’re watching it happen before our very eyes.  From the uprising in the Middle East to the emergence of the Occupy Movement – much of the world is experiencing profound collective introspection. For some it’s a slow bubbling – for others; a fast boil. Our beliefs, practices, institutions and our leaders – especially our leaders, are undergoing intense scrutiny and criticism. […]