Skill/Leadership Development

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Reconstitute: Chocolate chip cookies and choosing who we are as leaders

I had the pleasure of attending a weekend workshop with Meg Wheatley entitled "Who Do You Choose to Be? Facing Reality-Claiming Leadership-Restoring Sanity" at Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC. The lush old campus was an ideal setting for this session. I came into the workshop without any knowledge or history of Meg's previous works including "Leadership and the New Science."

 |  Written by Adrienne E. White  |  0

Your Invitation to Leadership:The BCODN is looking for a few new board members for the 2016/2017 year. 

I am proud to be able to tell you that you have a wonderful Board of Directors at BCODN. They are a group of dedicated, smart, capable, and frankly, enjoyable people. We have carried on the new format of having two people for some positions and have found it to work very well.

 |  Written by Adrienne E. White  |  0

Your Invitation to Leadership:The BCODN is looking for a few new board members for the 2016/2017 year. 

 

I am proud to be able to tell you that you have a wonderful Board of Directors at BCODN. They are a group of dedicated, smart, capable, and frankly, enjoyable people. We have carried on the new format of having two people for some positions and have found it to work very well.

 

 |  Written by Adrienne E. White  |  0

You may recall that BCODN was a sponsor of the Art of Leadership in 2015. Dr. Liane Davey was one of the speakers at that event, and she has agreed to do a virtual interview and learning session with BCODN on January 18th at noon.

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World Cafe

This report reviews the themes generated from the BC ODN’s World Café discussions. The attendees provided 96 answers to three questions about today’s business leaders’ challenges, the value OD professionals offer, and potential practices OD professionals need to learn or could add value to organizations. The attendees’ answers were organized into themes with brief descriptions. The review of the themes suggested there are areas in need of further discussion and exploration and areas where OD professional practices do not align with business leaders’ needs and interests.

 |  Written by Linda-Ann Bowling  |  0
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Introduction
Transformational Learning can be defined as an internal shift in our belief system that is fundamental to our precepts and resultant behaviour. I think of this as an “inside-out” shift in worldviews and frames of reference such that never before considered action becomes a possibility. Succinctly stated,
transformational learning creates a shift in the way we observe the world.
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It has been 10 years since I, as a business student, was introduced to and fell in love with OD. Even then, we were already deep into talks about OD’s identity and future. Today, 2013, OD remains at important crossroads in its evolution, and its future is still frequently pondered by those in the field, if not heavily debated between the various fragments that make up its current state.
 
In a study conducted by Christopher G. Worley, and Ann E.

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