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Cléo Burke

Finding Ground

“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

Anxiety
Alana Felt

Innovation, Freefall and Not-Knowing

“The bad news is you’re falling through the air, nothing to hang on to, no parachute. The good news is, there’s no ground.” ~Chögyam Trungpa

availability
Nina Nisar and Gracy Obuchowicz

Self-Hosting: A Conversation

Most of us know how to host others. At gatherings we offer to take coats, pour a drink or two, check in now and then

Collaboration
Spencer Honeyman

The Serious Need for Play

I emerged from college with a solid sense of the daunting scale of our world’s environmental challenges. Yet, I was comforted by the array of

Bias
Akasha

What Self Is the Instrument?

As a young boy growing up in Jamaica, I believed that I was developmentally behind because I was black, Jamaican, and materially disadvantaged. As I

availability
Dara Blumenthal

You Can’t Think Your Way Into Reality

Here’s an invitation: Turn on the news for 10 minutes or read the front page of any major newspaper and get really still – relaxing

audacity
Nikki Naiser

Feeding the Black Snake of Audacity

I recently had a powerful dream. A bigger-than-life yellow snake was striking at me, baring its ominous teeth, snapping its jaws. Just when I thought

authentic leadership
Maria Bailey

The Truth About Women and Power

  One morning in 9th grade I showed up to school and none of my five closest girlfriends would speak to me — they wouldn’t

adaptive leadership
Nina Jensen

How to Succeed Fully in Failure

“I didn´t like what you did – it felt wrong.” “We are disappointed about the result of the group process – this wasn´t what we

Emergence
Dave Jacques

Let Emergence Facilitate You

  Emergence.  A word filled with openness, possibilities, and novelty.  I often witness it with teams I work with, and it is truly beautiful to

Anxiety
Marcia Kodama

Big Fear, Big Opportunity

  While I’m not aware of my fears all the time, when facilitating groups, my “big fear” becomes very alive. Will I be able to

Collaboration
Lisa Gibson

Listening beyond the Great Divide

  “I hate this exercise,” she announced in moment of quiet as the group sat working diligently on their own.    “I am sick of

agility
Amy Pasquale

Leveraging Our Past

  “Let’s have a working lunch so we can make sure to get through all the content.”   When a client says something like that

authentic leadership
Lauren Tenney

Want to Change? Go Further Upstream

Recently I was hired to work with an intact team whose presenting issue was poor communication, with associated breakdowns in collaboration and decision-making. They knew

Learning to Flow With Our Emotions

In this 1-minute video clip below, Diane Musho Hamilton shares her insights about the fluid and dynamic quality of emotions. She describes our human tendency to either

Courage
Nina Jensen

Feedback Fuels Our Growth

Twenty years ago, I made my debut as an organizational psychologist.  Perhaps influenced by academics and my former life as an accountant, my envisioned ideal

agility
Edith Friesen

Free To Go Off Script

I needed a breakthrough. Two important group facilitation events loomed in my near future. While I felt excited about them, I also felt terrified. As

facilitative leadership
Diane Musho Hamilton

Embodying Presence into The World

Why Does Sitting Meditation Help Facilitation? The question came up in our last public Integral Facilitator call about how the practice of sitting meditation contributes

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