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Innovative Ways that Inspire Human Flourishing for All

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When did you last come away from an experience that had such an impact on you that you were filled with a joy and a hope that transformed you? You witnessed human flourishing and unity with others. You felt inspired by the conversations and connections. You felt alive, energized and a sense of wholeness, oneness and community that sent peace and infinite hope for what else is possible cursing through your body.

Why Your Workplace Culture Needs Play

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In workplaces, we could say free play is where we’re given free rein to use our imaginations, our inventiveness, our resourcefulness, and find our innate leadership, and followership. We have opportunity to experiment and try, try again. Determination, tenacity and courage are developed. With free play, creativity rises to the top and failure is a non-issue.

Shifting from linear to holistic design

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Organizational cultures vary, just as human personalities vary. Many are embracing methods and tools that bring all voices to the table. Participatory, inclusive decision-making practices and use of collaborative tools and technologies, along with social media platforms to level the playing field are becoming more common, facilitating our capacity to be more experimental, productive, playful, and engaged.
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The NICE Reboot – Entrepreneurial Know-How, with Penina Rybak – PS013

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Women, entrepreneurs, passion, courage, mentors, positivity are topics covered in this episode with Penina Rybak, speaker and author of “The NICE Reboot.” This digital age is such a gift to women who live true to the feminine values of transparency, collaboration, and care. Access to thought leaders who can be virtual mentors and whose experiences and expertise is readily available on-line opens up unprecedented opportunities. Penina outlines how, despite personal health issues and the tragic loss of her own mentor and best friend, rebooted her life to be the bootstrapped entrepreneur she is today.
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How To Facilitate Lasting Change, with Alan Kay – PS012

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Robyn Stratton-Berkessel, Positivity Strategist Host and Appreciative Inquiry Practitioner, and her guest Alan Kay, Solution Focused facilitator, exchange views and stories about these two change methodologies which are similar, yet distinct. Both approaches hold the premise that in any system, human or otherwise, there are many things that work well already, and that’s the best play to start any change initiative. It’s much more energizing and lasting to have the members of an organization identify their own capacities and come up with their own solutions than have an outside consultant do it for them.

Strengths and Superpowers

We all have superpowers - talents and strengths so that when we are working with them, we are closer to performing at our peak more than at any other time.
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Strength-based Business Education with Dr Lindsey Godwin – PS005

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In this episode, my brilliant guest is Dr. Lindsey Godwin. Lindsey is a scholar and a truly global Practitioner. We talk about innovative, strength-based business education for students and business people that Dr. Godwin continues to initiate, as well as her multiple successful partnerships in linking business and education across the world.
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How Positive Questions Make a Difference – PS002

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In this episode, you’ll hear about the power of the question, particularly how positive questions make a positive difference. The way we ask questions determines what comes next. Questions create movement and change. Knowing how to ask positive questions is yet another positivity strategy for you to add to your personal positivity portfolio.

Change the Narrative for Culture Change

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The CEO of a multimillion dollar company was in the office building elevator one day going down to lunch from his executive suite on level 77. Several floors down three employees stepped into the same elevator all very engaged in a conversation. They paid no attention to him - the CEO - standing in the elevator. As the elevator door closed with its three new occupants, he quickly became aware, their conversation was a series of complaints and grievances about the company of which he was CEO and founder.
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Appreciating All Generations – Intergenerational Dialog

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What are the stereotypes we attach to the different generations?…