Author Archives: Eric Vandersluis

The Long-Arc of History Has Sped Up, Can We Adapt?

by: Eric VanDerSluis The world as we know it is changing, in massive, transformational ways. There are 4 major transformations (globalization, climate change, demographic change, and automation) that are altering the ways in which we need to organize our society, … Continue reading

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Running Ourselves Ragged

I’ve been here at Teleos now for almost a full year and through that experience I’ve been exposed to a lot of organizations across a number of industries. Part of what I love about being a consultant is entering into … Continue reading

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Be Intentional

I’ve spent the majority of my adult life in and around learning and development. I’ve seen it from a variety of angles: as a high school teacher, as a university administrator, in fortune 50 organizations and as a consultant. I’ve … Continue reading

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Relational Learning in a Volatile and Hyper-Fast World

It’s no small statement that the impact of globalization and technology on the way we work, learn and live is profound. The world we live in today is vastly different than the one to which we’ve been accustomed. However, most … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Power

By Eric Vandersluis “Mastering others is strength; mastering yourself is true power.”  Lao Tzu In today’s hyper-competitive world, power is multidimensional and complex; technology, speed and the accessibility of information have made it even more so. This diffusion of knowledge … Continue reading

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