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4 ‘New’ Ways to Better Look

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DSC02380Looking for solutions, seeing the bigger picture, getting it: in order to construct our reality, we largely rely on our looking and seeing. Studies in spirituality have surprisingly enriched my practice of ‘just looking’. Enjoy reading four eye openers, I happily share with you!

 

 

2015: Happy Inner Movements

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'Look at Us' Hermitage Amsterdam 2014This week I visited the exhibition ‘Look at Us’ in Hermitage Amsterdam. Leaders and governors are richly portrayed in Dutch 17th century Golden Age style. Among colossal paintings, modern pictures of todays’ charities feature.

I look in the ‘mirror’ and see static poses that communicate considerable works.

Year’s end, and if we review at all, usually our outer movements i.e. achievements are measured. I pause and reflect. Three Inner Movements in 2014 come to mind:

  • Becoming more receptive
  • Inner Joy, less affected by outside events
  • Inclined to experimentation e.g. in the field of leadership and spirituality

These ‘Big 3’ came unnoticed and for no direct gain to the outside world, yet observable and fulfilling to me, for which I am grateful.

To all of you, I wish an innerly moving 2015 for performance and fulfillment!

Surrender: The Other Way

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The alternative pathwayYesterday I sent out this tweet: ‘My leadership challenge today is to contemplate surrender and letting go. What is yours?’.  

So, may I share with you my reflections?

Surrender? To whom, to what? Give up on myself?  Read More

Innovating our Minds: Openness and Diversity for Transformation

By | Interviews

……..“By bringing together people from different functions, hearing their stories, opening up, we all started to see the problem from a more complete perspective. What took place was less about aligning different views to find a single solution as about listening to and entertaining multiple versions of what could be possible, through a common process. We could collectively and openly start from a position of ignorance — companies need that initial shared status of ‘not knowing’, to allow creativity in from the very beginning of the exploration.”

Read the full article: Networks of curiosity: how innovation and diversity go hand in hand.