Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Five Minute New Year’s Resolution

Last year my resolution was to meditate. It seemed so simple. I wanted a consistent, daily, meditation practice. Yet the only real practice I had was telling everyone I wished I had a meditation practice. Continue reading

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Gratitude (and Gifts): The Parent of All Virtues

Maslow identified this ability as core to the success of self-actualized human beings. When we can experience and express gratitude we see wonder and find joy in even the most mundane things, and in the face of great hardship. Continue reading

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Life Lessons from 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo

Many of the Challengers we have worked with and researched have said something similar to us about their work in organisational life. Most of them have a story of a defining moment or moments when they stood for something that seemed impossible to achieve; took a position against a greater force; championed an unpopular cause; found a way of living on the edge of the established way of doing things, or accepted being marginalised for the sake of what they wanted to achieve. Continue reading

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Watch New Teleos Webinar for Rypple Leadership Series: Coaching with Compassion (Part 2)

Did you know? Only 21% of workers feel engaged at work Disengaged workers cost U.S. companies $300 billion a year 70% of what determines a workplace culture is set by the leader Yesterday, Rypple hosted a¬†Leadership Webinar Series¬†with master coaches … Continue reading

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