The New Co-Active Training Institute

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Why?

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

Why?

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

Leader in Front: Tom Brokaw

Posted by Henry Kimsey-House on Jul 20, 2017 7:00:44 AM

Part of thought leadership is sharing your thoughts with the world and pointing the conversation to where you think others should be looking. That’s why I try to post regularly to our CTI social media feeds. This month, I was struggling to write a blog post. I was searching for a topic to latch onto and panicking as I approached my deadline. Lo and behold, I was in a meeting with my staff who reminded me about a video that had been shared across the company about Tom Brokaw. While this post is no different than others, it felt important to acknowledge that my voice is the voice of the many who power CTI behind the scenes. Thought leadership comes from all of us, and I am proud to represent our voices.

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Topics: coactive, leadership, leader in front

The Journey from the Head to the Heart

Posted by Tricia Hulsey on Jun 21, 2017 7:00:52 AM

When I was 19, I was at a crossroads in my life. I was clinically depressed. I had suicidal ideations, and I was self-medicating with alcohol and drugs. It’s as if the light had gone out of my eyes, and I was escaping the pain of childhood trauma. If I had continued down this path, I have no doubt that I wouldn’t be alive today. I was given the opportunity for an alternate ending, one that offered a way out of the pain and darkness and a chance of hope. I chose hope and thus began my journey back to my heart.

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Topics: leadership

Let's Cultivate Lightness

Posted by Hannah Massarella on Jun 14, 2017 7:00:59 AM

Sometimes, life can feel heavy. The heaviness can be particularly evident if we are working in challenging environments or with challenging content. I remember when I used to work in the charity sector supporting women who had experienced some form of violence,  I’d take that heavy feeling home with me. The heaviness seemed to seep into all areas of my life. I’d try and run it off, or drink it off, but it followed me around and eventually took it’s toll and I felt I had to leave the sector.

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Topics: coactive, leadership, playfulness

A Brilliant Example of Co-Active Leadership

Posted by Henry Kimsey-House on Jun 7, 2017 7:00:26 AM

I’m always looking for great examples of Co-Active Leadership in action.

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Topics: leadership

The Power of Paradox

Posted by Gina Paigen on May 25, 2017 7:29:22 AM

“The world is perfect as it is, including my desire to change it”

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Topics: leadership, Paradox, Responsibility

To Dare Is to Lose One’s Footing Momentarily. Not to Dare Is to Lose Oneself.

Posted by Marianne Van Wetter on May 17, 2017 7:00:48 AM

The power of personal leadership programs for (young) adults in heterogeneous groups

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Topics: Diversity, leadership, Mountain Child Care, QuestTrek, coaching

What Kind of Leader Are You?

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on May 3, 2017 7:00:47 AM

When you think of leadership, what images spring to mind?

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Topics: leader, leadership

Making Co-Active Leadership Accessible for All

Posted by Barton Cutter on Apr 5, 2017 7:00:25 AM

“When access is limited for one, it’s limited for all.” ~Helen House

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Topics: accessibility, leadership, coaching

Learning to Disagree Effectively

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Mar 22, 2017 8:00:50 AM

There’s a potent divisiveness in our world today. I feel it most keenly here at home in the battle for power in our not-so-United States. And as populism takes hold, divisiveness and division is spreading across the globe.

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Topics: leadership, Disagreement

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