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Feeling anxious and overwhelmed about climate change and our ability to solve the problem? Our guest this month, environmental psychologist Dr. Renee Lertzman, says we have a window of tolerance that, once we exceed it, causes us to shut down. Turning to the tools of psychology, we can acknowledge the feelings of anxiety that can immobilize us and create conditions that allow us to show up as our brilliant selves. Dr. Lertzman’s unique and integrated approach brings together the best of the behavioral sciences, social sciences and innovative design sciences to create a powerful approach to engagement and social change.
Business leaders around the world answer the important question: How do you nurture diversity in your industry?
These clips are part of the Ethics in Business: In Their Own Words interview series, produced by Carnegie Council in partnership with ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and CFA Institute. It features global business leaders exploring how businesses are preparing for an ethical future in the face of threats and challenges presented by globalization, technology, and human psychology. To watch the full interviews, please go here.
For more on this and other Global Ethics Day-related projects, please go here to Carnegie Council
3BL Media's Lorraine Smith caught up with Mitchell Ditkoff President at Idea Champions at the Ethical Sourcing Forum. He discusses challenges such as limiting assumptions when people interact with each other and mental clutter. He addresses what transformation takes and saying yes to being a life-long learner.
...so once you see that you just don't have a prayer and it's all washed up and that you will vanish and leave not a rack behind, and you really get with that, suddenly you find you have the power - this enormous access of energy but it's not power that came to you because you grabbed it, it came in entirely the opposite way and power comes to you in that opposite way, it is power with which you can be trusted.” Alan Wilson Watts (6 January 1915 – 16 November 1973) was an English writer, theologian, and speaker known for interpreting and popularising Eastern philosophies such as Buddhism, Taoism, and Advaita Vedanta for a Western audience. Born in Chislehurst, England, he moved to the United States in 1938 and began Zen training in New York.
"To be in your element you have to love it."
In Finding Your Element, author and educator, Sir Ken Robinson, offers viewers a guide to finding and being in their element. He provides basic principles and tools to help guide them to do the work they enjoy with a sense of contentment and purpose. He believes that you can thoughtfully and strategically make changes in your personal and professional life as you Find Your Element.
Produced by Michael Rose for American Public Television
Yes, it's about our connection with each other. The mind will honor, respect, and treat well those that it feels connected with. We prove this every day in our groups, we need to make a larger group... the larger group, one humanity.
We have allowed ourselves to be divided and conquered and to be used against each other with divisiveness and fear.
Video courtesy of the Omega Institute.
Anthony Kapel "Van" Jones (born September 20, 1968) is an American news commentator, author, and non-practicing attorney. He is a co-founder of several nonprofit organizations, including the Dream Corps, a "social justice accelerator" that operates three advocacy initiatives: #cut50, #Yeswecode, and Green for All.
Forum for the Future
Using the systems thinking 'iceberg model' to explore the civil rights movement shows us how different parts of a system interact and influence one another. It becomes clear that no single event started the movement, but rather it evolved through collaboration and decades of perseverance. By working together, we can change how power and privilege it is allocated, we can design societies that are free, democratic and support everybody on the planet to flourish.
Portland Interfaith Clergy Resistance sponsored a prayer vigil at Terry Schrunk Plaza, across from City Hall, on Juneteenth, a day to commemorate emancipation from slavery in Texas on that day, June 19th in 1865. This film observes the 8 minutes, 46 seconds of silence and we suggest our viewers take the opportunity to reflect on the murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020, when Minneapolis police officers took a series of actions that violated the policies of the Department. The situation turned fatal, leaving Mr. Floyd unable to breathe, even as he and onlookers called out for help. Participating clergy included: Rabbi Ariel Stone, Shir Tikvah and PDX Interfaith Clergy Resistance; Rev. Jon Aney, United Church of Christ; Rabbi Debra Kolodny, Portland United Against Hate; Rev. Aric Clark (he/his); and Davina Bookbinder, Rabbinical Student
An interview with Sr. Paster E.D. Mondaine´ of the Celebration Tabernacle Church, Portland, Oregon, November 2016. Produced by Ruth Ann Barrett of EarthSayers.tv and filmed by Barry Heidt with the support of the First Congregational United Church of Christ Portland.
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