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Conflict Resolution and Collaborative Decision Making

  • Conflict occurs when people disagree. There will be conflict due to differences yet, effective measures must sometimes be taken to reduce anger.
  • Conflict is both positive and negative.
  • Conflict may be seen as a learning experience.

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Learning Organization

Organizations must be proactive instead of reactive in order to stay competitive with the ever changing environment. A learning organization has the skills to create, acquire, and transfer knowledge, while modifying behavior to reflect new knowledge and insights. This presentation reviews the key organizational elements and the typical employee characteristics found in an Learning Organization.

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Managing Change

Change is essential for organizations in the 21st century. Organizations are consistently under stress to quickly, efficiently, and effectively deal with the chaotic environment in order to stay competitive. The following presentation is key to understanding where change must come from; why change must happen; and how change can happen.

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Organizational Design Variables

Identifying an organizations design variables can be the key that unlocks the passage to understand how an organization can grow or change. The presentation identifies all the key elements (technology, structure, people, information technology, and reward systems) that are back bone the design of an organization. Through each of these elements there is a weave of other inherent features that make-up an organization; all centered around the organizations culture values.

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Vision/Stakeholder Effectiveness Analysis

A vision/Stakeholder Effectiveness Analysis is used to (1) establish and/or reinforce the vision, purpose, mission, and values of organizational spiritual leadership, (2) identify key stakeholder issues and (3) provide the basis for an organization-wide dialogue concerning the appropriate goals and strategies to address them.

It includes a vision / purpose / mission / values statement; stakeholder effectiveness analysis; and a SWOT analysis of the organization. This presentation will review each of these elements and present a clear manner in which to create a situational analysis for your own organization.

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Personal and Organizational Spiritual Leadership

This presentation gives an overview of spiritual leadership theory and explores in detail both personal and organizational spiritual leadership in terms of the distinction between spiritual leading and spiritual leadership, their influence on psychological well-being, the values of altruistic love, and their influence on important individual and organizational outcomes.

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Maximizing the Triple Bottom Line Through Spiritual Leadership

One of the greatest challenges facing leaders of both large and small organizations today is to develop business models that address the diverse business issues of ethical leadership, employee well-being, sustainability and social responsibility without sacrificing profitability, revenue growth, and other metrics of performance excellence – the triple bottom line or “people, planet, and profit.” This presentation draws from the emerging fields of workplace spirituality, spiritual leadership, sustainability, conscious capitalism, and performance excellence to present such a model.

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