May 31, 2012

How Many Hours Do We Need to Work to Be “Productive?”

“Work is no longer a place; it’s a state of mind. It’s become less about when I turn off the office lights and more about when I turn off (at least mentally) the inbox.” Christa Carone, Chief Marketing Officer, Xerox Is the private life dead? When you hired me, did  you buy my evenings, weekends and holidays? Now that you can […]
May 17, 2012

10 Ways to Bring More Mindfulness to Your Work Day

This post consistently ranks #1 on this blog. The topic of mindfulness seems to pop up with more and more of our clients. True, there is the buzzword effect, but I believe that on some level there’s a growing sense of how scattered and overwhelmed people feel. The new gold standard of work is becoming better able to focus more […]
May 3, 2012

The Workplace (and the World) Are Starving for Real Dialogue

“Our language is holographic. Each word contains not only the wide context of paragraph and sentence but the deeper context of our lives. When you interact with someone, their initial words carry the entire hologram of their consciousness.”  William Isaacs, Dialogue and the Art of Thinking Together Dialogue is an overused term for a very specific means of communication that […]