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Why we need mindful leaders and a mindful workplace. Most leadership books and training programs focus on how leaders can achieve more---do more, better, faster, with spectacular results.

Why we need mindful leaders and a mindful workplace

We've become obsessed with continuous improvement at increasing speed, with resulting rising stress levels to leaders and their followers and deteriorating relationships. Mindfulness as both a leadership practice and workplace culture holds the promise to bring back balance and better health. Most contemporary management and leadership literature is a predictive recasting of 19 th and 20 th century institutional thinking-multitasking, bigger, better, faster; planning, analysis and problem solving. Work on steroids.

While it is true that the effectiveness of leaders is determined by the results they achieve, those results are an outcome of the impact the leaders have on others. There's a price to pay for our breakneck speed to continuously improve, and produce. So what exactly is mindfulness? There are 7 key elements to mindfulness: Non-reactivity. The Online Library of Books and Journals. Western Governors University Login. Work Shifting. APA Style. Presentation Theory. Our studies of over 3000 people reveal that on average, bullet-point slides yield a 15-20% recall of information after just an hour.

Yet most presentations are given in this ineffectual, way. It is possible to use PowerPoint to communicate effectively, but only by using the tool in a more considered way. Effective presentations are about clear communication. To present well, we need to understand when and why to use visual aids, what audiences are looking for, and how to make our messages stick. Presentations work well when slides and presenter work together – seamlessly delivering the right information, at the right time, to captivate the audience. Instructional Design Central. Instructional Design Jobs Browse instructional design and eLearning jobs on the Instructional Design Central job board.

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Innovation in Practice: The Voice of the Product

Roger Smith proposed this in The Evolution of Innovation. Is such a method out there? The answer is yes. Suppose you want to come up with a new product idea. Where do you begin? There is a fourth source - The Voice of the Product1. A majority of new and inventive products can be categorized according to only five patterns: Subtraction: Taking an essential component awayTask Unification: Assigning an additional job to an existing productMultiplication: Making a copy of a component but changing it in some wayDivision: Functionally or physically dividing a component or productAttribute Dependency: Creating new (or breaking existing) dependencies between attributes of a product or service and its environment A systematic process called S.I.T. has been developed to apply these patterns.

Yoni Stern and Amnon Levav describe it as follows: "Using FFF, one develops products in the reverse order to the market research process. The CARS Checklist. The CARS Checklist...

The CARS Checklist

Credibility Accuracy Reasonableness Support ...is designed to provide some criteria for assessing the quality of a source, whether it is print or online. Few sources will meet every criterion in the list, and even those that do may not possess the highest level of quality possible. But if you learn to use the criteria in this list to critically evaluate the material you are reading, you will be much better able to separate the high-quality information from the poor quality. First, read the summary of the CARS Checklist below, then do the exercise that follows it. Summary of the CARS Checklist for Research Source Evaluation Credibility. Annotated_bibl.pdf (application/pdf Object) The Gnosis Archive: Resources on Gnosticism and Gnostic Traditio. What is Gnosticism?

The Gnosis Archive: Resources on Gnosticism and Gnostic Traditio

Many visitors have requested some basic introductory material explaining Gnosticism. To meet this need we offer these "places to start": two short articles, The Gnostic World View: A Brief Summary of Gnosticism and What is a Gnostic? ; and two audio lectures (mp3 format) on Gnosticism and its Legacy, and the Gnostic concept of Christ: The Misunderstood Redeemer. A reading of the Overview of the Library collection will give a useful brief introduction to the history and textual legacy of the Gnostic tradition. For more in-depth reading suggestions visit the Gnostic Society Bookstore—you will find offered there a selection of the best introductory and advanced books on Gnosticism, along with brief reviews of recommended books. Meditations Take a moment to reflect on a brief meditation and reading from the Gnostic scriptures, selected from this week's Gnostic liturgy. The Gnostic Society Library Video presentations: Gnosis and C.

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