Developing a superior corporate culture founded on Buddhist wisdom

By Asoka Jinadasa

Organisations continue to struggle with accelerating change while Buddhism considers change the only unchanging feature of the universe and helps people to transcend such impermanence by reaching higher levels of consciousness. This conceptual paper attempts to use Buddhist concepts to develop a superior corporate culture that can sustain organisational success under rapidly changing conditions. I

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How innovative are our managers?

By Asoka Jinadasa

The success of every organisation depends on its ability to change faster than its operating environment. In today’s highly volatile world, the insanity of ‘doing the same thing and expecting different results’ can be restated as ‘doing the same thing and expecting the same results!’ Therefore, managers need to use innovative concepts founded on creative thinking to c

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Cultivating Future Leaders

By Amy Slater

As a parent and as a leader, both for over 20 years, I have found myself looking for teaching moments in the home and in the office. I believe that we can nurture our children not only to be "good" people but also to be strong, thoughtful leaders. If we slow down enough in our hectic lives, we will find these seeds being planted all around us. This weekend was a flurry of birthday act

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From a mental institution to helping others

By Swiyyah Woodard

Her beginnings are recognizable to those familiar with tragedy. When Woodard was just three years old her father walked out, leaving her mom to raise both her and her siblings. At the age of five, she was molested by her brother, and later physically abused by her mother’s new husband. “The abuse was so severe that God blocked it from my memory,” explained Woodard who has spen

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Perspective - We always Win âˆÃ…¡

By Charisse Arrington

One has to have the courage to do things...even if...they feel it might fail. And by virtue, should any of us be courageous enough to run with the baton of our hopes & dreams, casting doubts and fears to the wind; indeed, in this magnificent place, if we are open to further examination, we shall find what we imagined as failures - never truly were. Rather, under the 

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INDULGE NOT âˆÃ…¡

By Charisse Arrington

Unsubscribe, Unroll, Unlike, Unfriend habits of quiet meditation around any troubles that seek to virally grow itself on your radar. Do not allow its ruin to rehearse in your head, and its drama to capture the starring role in your thought life.  Just like weeds in a garden can take root when left to its own devices or unattended...so goes the same with the consciousness that

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The Empowerment Column

By Rev Thabiti

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Las Vegas Woman Magazine

By Rev Thabiti

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The Secret to Engaging Work

By Geoff Ables

A man walked up to a construction site where a number of people were working diligently. He walked up to one worker and asked what he was doing. "I'm laying bricks," was the response. He walked up to a second and asked the same question. "I'm building a wall," came the matter-of-fact reply. When he asked a third man what he was doing, the man paused, looked

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Connecting: Create Better Co-Worker and Customer Engagement

By Geoff Ables

In our obsessively connected world, there is a lot of discussion about improving customer and employee connections. But is all the talk just hype, or is there an ROI for creating better employee engagement and customer experiences?  And how does an organization deliver on such a broad concept? The ROI of Engagement Research from MIT places a value of $83,000 on employees who are bet

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