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Posted by Henry Kimsey-House on Aug 30, 2017 7:00:49 AM


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Topics: leadership, purpose, Questions, Why, Latest Updates

How Leaders Build Trust

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Jul 6, 2017 7:00:38 AM

Organizational leaders tend to believe that people will trust them more if they are always certain and clear with ready solutions for difficult problems. In reality, the opposite is true. When the courage to risk failure and the transparency of owning mistakes is balanced with a clear commitment to learning, trust grows quickly.

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The Paradox of Resistance

Posted by Henry Kimsey-House on Apr 12, 2017 7:00:44 AM

Oh, how I love paradox. This wonderful insistence that things are not always “this OR that” — instead, they become “this AND that.” This opens us up to the simple truth and complex mystery of life. It demands that we grow our consciousness to be able to move beyond our set understandings and definitions of all that we “know” and look again at all of that for the flip side that is also true.

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In Loving Memory of Art Shirk

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Jan 11, 2017 9:33:55 AM

My friend Art Shirk was a fierce champion for living life fully in each and every moment. His blog, appropriately titled “Comfort Is Overrated,” was a powerful message about and testament to what it means to truly live with one’s heart wide open. Art was a master at “creating from everything,” and when he was diagnosed in 2014 with IPF, a progressive and terminal lung disease, he embraced the process fully with profound vulnerability and honesty.

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Year-End Reflection From CTI

Posted by CTI on Dec 22, 2016 8:00:49 AM

December is well upon us and here we are, face-to-face with what has been a turbulent and, for many, an intensely trying year. It’s possible that, as the year comes to a close, you are among those less than happy with the way the world looks in the wake of 2016.

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Topics: co-active, new year, reflection, holidays, Latest Updates

Reflection and Purpose

Posted by Henry Kimsey-House on Dec 21, 2016 8:00:27 AM

As we approach the winter solstice I grow increasing aware of it being a time of going into the “cave”. It is time for this big bear to sink into the work of “reflecting”. Some traditions refer to this time as the “dreamtime” or the "Kiva moons”. Today I am tripping a bit on reflecting. I think in the darkness of these shorter days the veil between the vastness of the sub conscious and the conscious is thinner. We can dream our way through that veil and we can discover a lot by “reflecting” that subconscious as it shines more brightly through the thinner veil. I wonder if the subconscious is nigh onto impossible to see or comprehend when we attempt to look at it directly, when we try to force our way through the veil and point our being directly towards the subconscious if we don’t get blinded by ego, reactions, patterned behavior, confusion and overwhelm. Instead we notice it in our peripheral vision, we notice its reflection and are able to then be a bit more curious and adventurous as we explore this vast mystery. This is the time of year to look for that reflection and that glimmer in your periphery and be curious with what you do with it as you notice it, interpret it and begin to make sense of it. As it bubbles out of the reflection and into “reality”.

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Topics: mindfulness, new year, purpose, reflection, Latest Updates

Creating Connected Spaces for Thanksgiving

Posted by Barton Cutter on Nov 25, 2016 8:00:30 AM

The holiday season is filled with family gatherings, acts of service and gift giving, and a pause from the pulse of our busy lives. Yet with all of the gatherings and events, we can find ourselves clamoring for space, a breath of fresh air to release natural tensions that arise.

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Topics: co-active, space, Thanksgiving, gratitude, Latest Updates

Gratefulness and Thanksgiving

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Nov 23, 2016 8:00:09 AM

I love Thanksgiving! What’s not to love? A whole day, devoted to being with loved ones, eating great food and giving thanks for the rampant abundance in our lives. ..for our own personal “horn of plenty.”

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Topics: co-active, Thanksgiving, gratitude, Latest Updates

The Co-Active Way in Difficult Times

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Nov 16, 2016 8:00:05 AM

It’s been one week since Donald Trump was elected the next president of our not so United States, ending one of the most vitriolic and nasty presidential campaigns in recent history.

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Topics: co-active, donald trump, election, hilary clinton, Latest Updates

Moving Beyond Polarization, Part 2

Posted by Barton Cutter on Nov 11, 2016 8:00:10 AM

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, results from the U.S. presidential election came in. Simultaneously, a cacophony of noise from both sides, ranging from elation to dismay, filled the space.

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Topics: co-active, unity, election, Latest Updates

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