Weekly insights for changemakers
“A narrow street is only as wide as the person that walks down it.” ― Anthony Hincks
1. This Week’s Posts
“Let it be.” — Paul McCartney’s mother told him when he was struggling. Those words of wisdom inspired him to do much more than writing one of his most successful songs; it helped him realize the life he was missing. The power of the here and now. #innovation #selfimprovement
People want to accomplish something, not just do their jobs. How organizations can shift from job descriptions to recruiting people for interesting missions. #leadership #teamwork #HR
Being stuck is like cutting through a tree with a blunt saw — no matter how much you try, you won’t make any progress. Tunnel vision limits your perception and common sense. You don’t know what you are missing. #innovation #creativity
2. The Tipping Point: When New Ideas Take Over
25% is the magic number for achieving critical mass, according to research, for new behaviors to start making inroads. Check out the article.
3. How to Plan the Right Team Retreat
Are you or someone in your organization planning a team offsite for the near future? This resource will help you understand the different options and how to choose the right one based on your goals and challenges. Learn more.
4. Non-Places: An Introduction to Supermodernity
French Anthropologist Marc Augé analyzes the anthropology of the near everyday life. How modernity reshapes the notion and uses of spaces. Check out the book.
5. “Build a Culture of Innovation” — Transformative Program
This in-company program will unblock your organization, equip your team with new mindsets and frameworks, and turn everyone into a change agent.
It consists of four workshops — you can choose the ones that best fit your company’s need or enjoy the whole series.
Want to learn more? Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org
6. One Quote:
“Past and future are in the mind only ; I am now.”
— Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj