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Everyone has unconscious bias, and it can affect how you treat others. Dr. Rehman Y. Abdulrehman, Ph.D., C. Psych. is a consulting and clinical psychologist with LeadWithDiversity.com and is the founder and director of Clinic Psychology Manitoba. He is an assistant professor at the University of Manitoba, and a visiting professor at the State University of Zanzibar and Zanzibar University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
On Saturday, June 1st, 2013 Presidio Graduate School graduated approximately 70 new MBAs and MPAs in sustainable management from the Herbst in San Francisco, CA. In this clip, Presidio Board Chair Steven Swig discusses the future of sustainability.
Dr. Jonathan Camp discusses the book A Failure of Nerve by Edwin Friedman, who owes many of his ideas of leadership to Murray Bowen (1913-1990), a pioneer of family therapy. Central to Bowen's family systems theory is the concept of differentiation, or the ability of a person to maintain a strong sense of "self" within the family. The anxious family system is composed of emotional triangles, in which two conflicting members try to diffuse the anxiety between them by bringing in a third member. But this only heightens the anxiety of the system. A well-differentiated person is able to resist the lure of emotional triangles, which causes the family system to mature by influencing others to take responsibility for themselves. In A Failure of Nerve, Friedman applies Bowen's family systems theory to organizational leadership.
How Can We Develop a Generation of Business Leaders Acting for the Common Good? by Isabel Rimanoczy, Failreigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, USA
Published on Youtube by ESSEC Business School, June 14, 2012
One of only three coaches to win a Super Bowl and college football national championship, Pete Carroll is in his seventh year as head coach and executive vice president of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks following one of the most successful runs in the college football history while at USC. With his unique “Always Compete” philosophy and approach, Carroll has a combined 42 years of highly decorated NFL and collegiate coaching experience.
Pete was interviewed by transformational leadership consultant Joyce Anastasia.
Subjects discussed include: Ability to communicate is an ongoing process of discovery to find the very best as a team and as individuals. Relationship based approach to success, still challenging, many variables. Common language, commitment to the process. It is hard to do well all the time. All comes from discipline, but you don't have to approach leadership the same way we came to understand authoritarian way of leadership which is not the only way nor the most effective way for him.
Jessica House, a senior and captain of the Lady Thunderhawks, explores how team membership affects her identity as a member of her community and the Oneida Nation. This video is part of The Ways, a series of stories on culture and language from Native communities around the central Great Lakes. Published on Dec 11, 2013
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Music - "The Road" & "Native Puppy Love" - A Tribe Called Red
A Production of Wisconsin Media Lab.
Living For A Cause is a series of web shorts presented by Greenpeace International Executive Director, Kumi Naidoo.
In episode one Kumi reflects on his first contact with Greenpeace, and the need for greater participation in activism.
Reflecting on 3 years at the helm of what has become a dynamic international organisation, the series presents an 'insider' look at the Greenpeace of today, highlighting some of the more surprising aspects of our organisation, from the well known protest actions, to our people, and volunteers. Go to Living for a Cause 2 here.
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Dan Pingaro is the Executive Director of Sailors for the Sea, the only ocean conservation nonprofit focused on the sailing and boating community. We asked him to talk about his career path leading him to Sailors for the Sea and the commitment he has made to growing the organization and remaining, always, an advocate for a clean and healthy ocean. His passion, experience, education and working with partners collaboratively came together, contributing to the success of the Sailors for the Sea team in growing the organization and having a major impact on ocean conservation.
Dan was interviewed by Ruth Ann Barrett with support from videographer, David Okimoto of EarthSayers.tv, Voices of Sustainability at the America's Cup Finals in San Francisco, September 10, 2013.
Olympic Gold Medal Winner Jill Savery talks about her career in the field of sustainability, particularly sporting events and sports. She is the Head of Sustainability for the America's Cup Event Authority. Her professional experience includes supporting sporting organizations such as the United States Olympic Committee, the London 2012 Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games, the Chicago 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games bid team, the England 2018 FIFA World CupTM bid team, and several municipalities in the United States to embed sustainability into operations.
Throughout her life she has coached and mentored athletes for over two decades. Savery earned a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from Yale University, and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California at Berkeley. In 1996, Savery won an Olympic gold medal in synchronized swimming, and was later inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame.
Savery speaks frequently on the topic of sustainability and sport to national and international audiences. Her new book co-edited with Dr. Keith Gilbert, titled Sustainability and Sport, is a first of its kind look at this emerging field. Click image to order from Amazon or visit your local bookstore.
Jill was interviewed by Ruth Ann Barrett of EarthSayers.tv with the support of David and Mary Kay Okimoto in September, 2013 at the finals of the America's Cup races in San Francisco, California, USA.
Snippet from longer October 2013 interview of author Wendell Berry by Bill Moyers. Poet and writer Wendell Barry, called the "prophet of responsibility by Bill McKibben," and a "passionate advocate for the Earth by Bill Moyers, addresses leadership this way:
"Leadership from the bottom, and I 'm convinced perfectly that it's happening and that leadership consists of people who simply see something that needs to be done and they start doing it. We don't have the right to ask whether we are going to succeed or not, the only question we have a right to ask is, "What's the Right Thing to do?"
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