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Carol Sanford
Exec Producer , Reg Bus Summit | Multi-Award Winning Author | Business Educator
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Carol Sanford 11h
Rethinking education. What is its purpose?
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Carol Sanford 11h
I love Goethe. So much to consider.
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Carol Sanford 16h
Visit part three of my blog series on why feedback is irresponsible, where I explain the role of developmental plans in fostering self-reflection and self-governance.
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DrDanielWahl May 23
“Holistic Systemic Strategy, Policy Making, and Planning” by
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Carol Sanford 16h
Visit part three of my blog series on why feedback is irresponsible, where I explain the role of developmental plans in fostering self-reflection and self-governance.
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Carol Sanford 16h
From my point of view, there are many limiting and even toxic or irresponsible coaching and consulting practices. In this post I show three of the most significant errors, along with alternatives from the perspective of living systems and .
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Carol Sanford May 23
Certifications are pervasive in today's business world, but I do not believe that they are neutral. Join us for Business Second Opinion episode 115 for a look at the surprising history and unintended results of certification:
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Carol Sanford May 22
"When groups of baboons and humans have no bosses, they function better, live longer, are more productive, and are able teach others who enter their tribes to work collaboratively." Read more:
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Carol Sanford May 21
Thanks to GroSum for inviting me to talk about organizational culture. See the interview here:
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AQ's Blog & Grill May 20
Game-Changing Entrepreneurs: Beyond “Doing the Right Thing and Doing Good” via :
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Carol Sanford May 12
Places, persons, and entities are all wholes. Starting with a whole in mind enables working with the potential of the whole, which is the best opportunity to generate wealth. Read more:
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Carol Sanford May 20
Check out the show notes from Business Second Opinion episode 114 to learn about the criteria that set regenerative work designs apart and the soft structures used to organize them.
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Carol Sanford May 19
The previous and present eras are actually two worldviews. I call them Fixed Performance and Dynamic Developmental. They need to be a concern for parents, teachers, leaders in business and government, and anyone who works with any living thing. Read more:
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Lizzie Twelves May 18
“Game-Changing Entrepreneurs: Beyond ‘Doing the Right Thing and Doing Good’” by
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Carol Sanford May 18
The Regenerative Business has been selected as a Nautilus Award Gold Winner in the category of Business & Leadership!
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Carol Sanford May 17
Greatest barrier to innovation is our unconscious attachment to habitual patterns of thought—that is, our mindsets.
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Carol Sanford May 17
Greatest barrier to innovation is our unconscious attachment to habitual patterns of thought—that is, our mindsets.
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GroSum May 14
"Culture is similar to the personality of a human. It is learned and created but not innate or permanent." - Organizational Culture Interview with
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Carol Sanford May 16
Are you "doing the right thing" as an entrepreneur, or are you changing the game entirely?
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Carol Sanford May 15
In part two of my blog series on the impact of systems, I look at the necessary connection between self-governance and self-reflection.
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