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  • ADULT DEVELOPMENT

    Developing self-compassion

    December 6, 2013

    Perhaps the reason I’m focusing on self-compassion today is as an act of forgiveness for the failure to write blogs these last months. I have been busy with clients, with my family, and...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • BELIEFS

    The HBS Gender Equity Experiment—Safe-to-Fail?

    October 1, 2013

    The September 8th Sunday New York Times front page article about Harvard Business School’s experiment in gender equity has piqued interest, sparked heated debate, and spawned any number...

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    By Carolyn Coughlin

  • BELIEFS

    Strategic leadership

    September 9, 2013

    I’m putting together a “strategic leadership” program this week for a brilliant and innovative client. She wants a kind of a map of the territory of strategic leadership and then,...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • COMPLEXITY

    Competition and complexity

    August 30, 2013

    I had the delight today of speaking at the joint conference of the Bay of Plenty Principals’ Association and the Central North Island Principals’ association in a very rainy Taupo. We...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • CHANGE

    Attracting the future

    August 10, 2013

    Complexity theory offers us the idea of attractors, which are things around which particular phenomena gather. Vague enough for you? When I first was reading about chaos and complexity...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • ADULT DEVELOPMENT

    Some distinctions about our bodies of distinction

    July 30, 2013

    My colleague, Neil Stroul, recently wrote a blog about a thing called bodies of distinction. As I understand it, our bodies of distinction are those sets of things we know quite well,...

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    By Carolyn Coughlin

  • BELIEFS

    Shifting the big assumptions that keep you stuck

    July 19, 2013

    Some time ago I wrote a blog about Bob Kegan and Lisa Lahey’s Immunity to Change process (which is more fully described in their book of the same name, and in their first book How the...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • ACTION LEARNING

    The curious leader

    July 9, 2013

    Last week I talked about the first of my qualities of leaders who can lead change most effectively. The agile leader is able to be flexible and also to move. This is key to supporting...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • ADULT DEVELOPMENT

    Growing leadership agility

    July 1, 2013

    I’ve been working on a short paper about leading through times of complexity and change. I’ve decided there are five components I think are really important (though when you write...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • ADULT DEVELOPMENT

    Leading through change

    June 18, 2013

    I’ve been asked by a client to help her think about the way changes in what an organisation might be wanting to do also pushes changes in what leadership looks like there. I thought...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • ADULT DEVELOPMENT

    New questions for an unpredictable future

    June 12, 2013

    Keith and I have been working on our new book this week, and we’re focusing on the way deciding and talking about what to do in the future looks different if you’re dealing with a...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • BELIEFS

    Lessons through music at the Sydney Opera House

    May 27, 2013

    Last weekend I had the great joy of singing the Brahms Requiem at the Sydney Opera House.  And while I learned lots about Brahms and singing, I was also impressed by how much I learned...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • ADULT DEVELOPMENT

    Development and anti-fragility

    May 20, 2013

    I had a chance and delightful afternoon with adult developmentalist Bill Torbert last week. He was staying with a mutual friend, and as I had an unexpected afternoon off and he was...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • BELIEFS

    Just not saying

    May 12, 2013

    A couple of weeks ago, just as I was packing for a busy trip to the west coast of the US, Amy Levin-Epstein wrote with a question: “What is it that real leaders would never say?” Amy...

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    By Jennifer Garvey Berger

  • EMBODIED LEADERSHIP

    Leaders can toughen themselves against stress

    May 4, 2013

    Like some of my partners, I've been reading Nassim Nicholas Taleb's book, Antifragile.  So as I was writing this blog, which I had already been thinking about at length, I couldn't help...

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    By Carolyn Coughlin

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