“Ground is the place to go when overwhelmed with thoughts and fears. It can hold our confusion with unwavering presence. We can source the earth’s
Insights from the field
Insights From the Field
by Ten Directions
As culture and society continue to evolve, our approach to collaboration must also evolve.
The Ten Directions Meridian University Collaboration: graduate students complete the Integral Facilitator certificate program for academic credit.
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For most of my career I’ve been involved in the Project and Program Management fields. In 2002, I attended the first PMI Certified Project Management