Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Quality of Life for One, for All

     We're slowly but surely realizing that personal multidimensional wellness - physical, mental, emotional etc - is a basic requirement - NOT LUXURY - for success for our solo profession, our family, our company, our city, our nation, our species, our global village. The flight safety instructions to put oxygen masks on ourselves first, and then on our children, makes perfect sense.

     "Though organizational development is a huge and profitable business, studies show that more than 70% of organizational change efforts fall short of their intended goals. Why?
     Because most change efforts fail to take an 'integral approach' to the complex whole system change. 
     In order to develop agile, resilient, thriving organizations, we need to continually monitor and manage across both the inner and outer dimensions of our work, while investing attention to optimizing the personal, 'me,' and collective, 'we' dimensions that are critical to our well-being and success in every moment and interaction."

     Joel & Michelle Levey

Philip Lanoue

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