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Presence in Complexity Series #4: Resourcing with Presence in Challenging Times

13th December, 2016 / 2 Comments / in Blog, Series / by Doug Silsbee

We live in very unpredictable times. And, this has profound effects on our moment-by-moment experience. Complexity, for leaders who are accustomed to making things happen, is an uncomfortable space. Lack of predictability can trigger us in ways that reduce our resourcefulness when we need it most. As a ready example, note your own reaction to the recent US election. What has...

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Presence in Complexity Series #3: What Does the Body Have to Do With It?

30th November, 2016 / 5 Comments / in Blog, Series / by Doug Silsbee

Everything, really! Our body structures our interpretations of the world around us, generates our reactions to things around us, and determines the actions we take. Attention in the body is the key to staying resourceful when the world isn’t cooperating. It is how we can bring bringing awareness and choice into our reactions to the world. These urges drive our relationships,...

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Presence in Complexity Series #2: Identity on the Line

16th November, 2016 / 4 Comments / in Blog, Series / by Doug Silsbee

Our responses in complexity are often determined, in ways that are both debilitating and invisible to us, by our perspective We experience situations as difficult when they call into question our sense of who we are. Among most of the people I know, domestically and overseas, there is a sense of outrage about last week’s election. Among others, there is presumably a sense of...

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