If I have no belief that my vision can become real, asks Margaret Wheatley, where will I find the strength to persevere?
Margaret Wheatley and Pema Chödrön discuss how organizations can acknowledge their confusion and trust in the goodness of the underlying order.
Best-selling author Margaret Wheatley gives thanks to her friend and teacher, Pema Chödrön.
In difficult times it takes effort to stay grounded in the present, but it is only there that we will find a place unclouded by hope and fear.
We believe that growth can be endless, that consumption need have no limits, that meaning is found in things, that aggression brings peace.
“Some friends and I started talking…” There’s no more powerful way to initiate change than to convene a conversation.
Margaret Wheatley discusses how to heal in the months following the tragedy of September 11, 2001.
In a changing world, certainty doesn’t give us stability; it just creates more chaos. “Now is the time for far less certainty and far more curiousity.”
If we feel we’re changing in ways we don’t like then we need time to think-about where we are now and how we might start to change things.
What becomes available to us when we greet one another as fully human? This is an important question as we struggle through this dark time.