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Spiral Dynamics Integral (SDi)

Spiral Dynamics Integral (SDi)
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L'entreprise consciente : Comment créer de la valeur sans oublie Theorie du Modele Integral cours Centre de Coaching Intégral Now1 - Durbuy Les 22 et 23/3/2014 Module 2 - Les dynamiques - Partie 2 & 3 Cours théorique Chaque journée commence par la partie théorique du cours, 4 heures en matinée. Vous apprendrez à lire la carte de l'évolution individuelle et collective. Ce cours clarifie tout ce qui touche à l'évolution pré-personnelle, personnelle et trans-personnelle. Module 1: Description statique du Modèle Intégral - LA CARTE La première partie du cours introduit les éléments essentiels de la carte qui permettent de décrire les étapes de l'évolution. Les cours sont appuyés sur la projection de diapositives. Méditation et Géométrie sacrée Chaque après-midi se poursuit par la formation en méditation. Vous apprendrez par une série de méditations guidées à percevoir naturellement les 4ème et 5ème corps. La géométrie sacrée est le tremplin qui vous permettra d'accéder sans efforts à ces expériences de conscience non ordinaire.

Henry Allingham Henry William Allingham (6 June 1896 – 18 July 2009) was a British supercentenarian, First World War veteran and, for one month, the verified oldest living man in the world. He is also the second-oldest military veteran ever and at the time of his death, he was the 12th-verified oldest man of all time. Allingham was the oldest ever surviving member of any of the British Armed Forces and one of the oldest surviving veterans of the First World War. He was the last survivor of the Battle of Jutland, the last surviving member of the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) and the last surviving founding member of the Royal Air Force (RAF).[2][3] In 2001 he became the face of the First World War veterans' association and made frequent public appearances to ensure that awareness of the sacrifices of the First World War was not lost to modern generations.[4][5] He received many honours and awards for his First World War service and his longevity.[6][7][8] Early life[edit] First World War[edit]

A “Partnership App” For Holacracy®-Powered Companies In a typical top-down management structure, the power to hire and fire employees is generally in the hands of managers. With Holacracy at play, the game is entirely different: with the decentralization of authority, the separation of people and role, and the dynamic evolution of those roles, we end up with a situation that looks more like free agents going about their work with no central planning. There might not even be a single person who knows about everything you do. This then begs the question: who can decide how and when to hire or fire? Holacracy doesn’t answer that question; it simply gives you a framework and processes for your company to figure it out. When we consult with clients to support their Holacracy adoption, the hire-and-fire question comes up early. We’ve certainly been feeling this tension at HolacracyOne for a while, as we’ve long outgrown our prior processes for hiring, firing, and determining partner compensation.

Katalpa: Business Consciousness - Un modèle intégral appliqué au Management Modèle intégral (Ken Wilber, a theory of everything) Selon K. Wilber (philosophe contemporain américain et penseur intégral), chaque situation (donc aussi chaque problème) peut être comprise dans le contexte d’une dimension interne et/ou externe (axe X) et du point de vue de l’individu et/ou du collectif (axe Y). Un exemple: quand un employé au sein d’un organisme a un comportement inefficace(externe), cela touche également un manque de conscience (interne), qui est maintenu par la culture de groupe existante (collectif- interne) qui se réflète également dans des comportements collectifs (collectif-externe). Théorie X— se concentrer sur les comportements individuelsThéorie Y— mettre l’accent sur la compréhension psychologiqueLe management de culture—axé sur la culture organisationnelleLe management systémique—axé sur les processus, le système social, la gouvernance

United Nations Crime and Justice Research Inst. - The Hackers Profiling Project (HPP) Hackers Profiling: Who Are the Attackers? Written by Raoul Chiesa (published in November 2010 in UNICRI Freedom from Fear Magazine) Who is attacking you? When talking about attackers and hacking it often happens that I ask people working at customer’s sites “who is scaring you?” These answers possibly mean that the company, feeling as a potential target, has not developed a proper IT Security Risk Analysis, while trying to figure out who may want to attack its IT infrastructure and gain access to its information. This mistake probably happens because every time people hear “hackers profiling,” the word “profiling” automatically makes them think about something that has already happened, rather than something that may happen. The hacking world has changed dramatically in the last thirty years, and the somehow “romantic” figure of the hacker of the ‘80s is far from today’s. The reason why the hacking phenomenon spread at the beginning of the ‘80s is simple: because of the business. Cracker

Business Models Beyond Profit - Social Entrepreneurship Lecture Lord, Give Us Integral, But Without the Hype: A Review of "Integral Spirituality", Frank Visser Sunday, April 27, 2014 Frank Visser is webmaster of Frank Visser founded in 1997 (back then under the name of "The World of Ken Wilber"). Frank Visser Ken Wilber's latest book Integral Spirituality, which was published last month, has been eagerly awaited by a wide audience of readers. That book, Integral Psychology, incidentally, had a long incubation period. Personally I was rather disappointed by that particular book. So when Integral Spirituality was announced as the title of Wilber's next book, I had some misgivings about that project. On the whole, Integral Spiritually is disappointing, both in style and content. some Style annoyances Let's first take style, and get that out of the way. Claims versus arguments – For example, we get presented with the Wilber-Combs Lattice – the theoretical center piece of the book, more on that below – but never does this get fleshed out with empirical findings, or even striking examples. Some matters of substance

Cryptome U.Lab: Announcing - Live Sessions and Global Hubs On January 7th, 2015, we will lauch a six-week course called U.Lab: Transforming Business, Society, and Self. Delivered by MITx free of charge through the online platform edX (co-founded by MIT and Harvard in 2012), this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) will prototype a new 21st-century university model, one that offers a hybrid online/real-world learning environment, with the goal of sparking a global web of interconnected hubs, inspiring initiatives, and grounding learning locally in places where societal challenges are manifest. Registration is here - it only takes a moment, and again, is free of charge. In the U.Lab, we invite you to join us in pioneering a global action-learning platform that takes the process of learning from the classroom into the real world. Watch our latest video about the U.Lab, just released, on YouTube or embedded just below. There are three ways you can participate in the course: Individual learnerHost a circle of friends (mini Hub)Host an Innovation Hub

What's New on Integral Naked CO2 emissions, birth & death rates by country, simulated real-time Sustainable Brands | The Bridge to Better Brands Brad Reynolds' Book-By-Book Summary No Boundary: Eastern and Western Approaches to Personal Growth (1979) est une écriture Romantique Phase-1 soulignant la psychologie (se concentrant de ce fait sur le quadrant supérieur gauche ou la conscience intérieure individuelle). À l'origine intitulé "The Boundaries of Consciousness," il est arrivé en 1975 chez l'agent de Wilber John White sous la forme d'un cahier à spirale, et il a alors suggéré le titre "No Boundary." No Boundary a tout d'abord été édité en 1979 par le Zen Center de Los Angeles, où Wilber étudiait sous la direction de Maezumi Roshi, avant d'être publié en 1981 par l'éditeur principal de Wilber, Shambhala Publications; il fait maintenant partie de The Collected Works of Ken Wilber, Volume 1 (Shambhala, 1999). No Boundary présente les thèmes principaux de The Spectrum of Consciousness d'une façon plus accessible, et cela a pourtant demandé plusieurs années de trouver un éditeur. top top

Fertilisation croisée entre le modèle des Spirales dynamiques et du modèle de Ken Wilber by secondtiers Mar 5