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Published on March 19, 2008

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ONE The Art and Practice of Conscious Leadership:  ONE The Art and Practice of Conscious Leadership Elliot Spitzer:  Elliot Spitzer Elliot Spitzer, Attorney General, New York State Roh Moo-Hyun:  Roh Moo-Hyun South Korean President, Roh Moo-Hyun Elected December 19, 2002 How we became separate – the loss of Myth, Mystery and Magic:  How we became separate – the loss of Myth, Mystery and Magic Slide6:  How we became separate – the loss of Myth, Mystery and Magic Slide7:  Niccolò Machiavelli(1469-1527) Slide8:  Galileo Galilei 1564-1642 René Descartes 1596-1650 Nicolaus Copernicus 1473-1543 The False Science:  The False Science The “Science” of Medicine:  The “Science” of Medicine 1000 BC: Here, eat this root. AD 1000: That root is heathen. Say this prayer. AD 1800: That prayer is pure superstition. Here, take this potion. AD 1940: That potion is snake oil. Here, take this pill. AD 1980: That pill is ineffective. Here, take this antibiotic. AD 2000: That antibiotic doesn’t work. Here, eat this root. Slide11:  When I heard the learned astronomer, When the proofs, the figures, were ranged in columns before me, When I was shown the charts and diagrams, to add, divide, and measure them, When I sitting heard the astronomer where he lectured with much applause in the lecture-room, How soon unaccountable I became tired and sick, Till rising and gliding out I wandered off by myself, In the mystical moist night-air, and from time to time, Looked up in perfect silence at the stars. Walt Whitman Slide13:  All great manifestos are statements of problems written in reverse The CASTLE Principles:  The CASTLE Principles Courage Authenticity Service Truthfulness Love Effectiveness COURAGE:  COURAGE Courage: Being brave enough to reach beyond the boundaries created by our existing, often deeply held, limitations, fears, and beliefs. Initiating change in our lives, of any kind, is only possible when we are courageous enough to take the necessary action. Slide17:  Adele Azar-Rucquoi AUTHENTICITY:  AUTHENTICITY Authenticity: Committing oneself to showing up and being fully present in all aspects of life. Removing the mask and becoming a real, vulnerable, and intimate human being, a person without self-absorption who is genuine and emotionally and spiritually connected to others. What is Authentic?:  What is Authentic? Alignment of…. The Mind The Voice The Heart, and The Feet The Whitewater Rule:  The Whitewater Rule Always preach the gospel; and where necessary, use words. :  Always preach the gospel; and where necessary, use words. Saint Francis of Assisi SERVICE:  SERVICE Service: Focusing on the needs of others by listening to them, identifying their needs, and meeting them. Being inspiring, rather than following a self-focused, competitive, fear-based approach. Servant Leadership:  “To lead the people, walk behind them.” Lao-Tzu Servant Leadership “There go my people. I must catch them, for I am their leader.” Gandhi “Whoever would be greatest among you must be servant of all.” Mark 10: 43-44 Slide26:  Fiorello LaGuardia, Mayor, New York City, 1934-1945 Slide27:  Kirk Hoessle, President, Alaska Wildland Adventures TRUTHFULNESS:  TRUTHFULNESS Truthfulness: Being truthful in all thoughts, words, and actions, and listening openly to the truth of others and refusing to compromise integrity or to deny obvious or universal truths, even when avoiding the truth might, on the face of it, seem easier, especially in testing times. Where do You Stand?:  Where do You Stand? I always tell the truth I have never taken anything that was not mine I am never intimidated I am always the best at whatever I do I like everyone that I know 0-10* *0=NO 10=YES Slide35:  The Economics of Truthfulness LOVE:  LOVE Love: Embracing the underlying oneness with others and life. Relating to and inspiring others and touching their hearts in ways that add to who you both are as persons. LOVE Slide37:  Comes across as smooth, polished and charming. Turns most conversations around to a discussion of him or herself Discredits, puts down others in order to build up own image and reputation. Lies to coworkers, customers, or business associates with a straight face. Considers people he or she has outsmarted or manipulated as dumb or stupid. Opportunistic; hates to lose, plays ruthlessly to win.  Comes across as cold and calculating. Acts in an unethical or dishonest manner. Has created a power network in the organization and uses it for personal gain. Shows no regret for making decisions that negatively affect the company, shareholders, or employees. EFFECTIVENESS:  EFFECTIVENESS Effectiveness: Being capable of, and successful in, achieving the physical, material, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual goals we set in life. The Data Sandwich:  The Data Sandwich The Data Sandwich:  JFK and James Webb Neil Armstrong The Data Sandwich Slide42:  The quiet that envelops space makes the beauty even more powerful. And I only hope that the quiet can one day spread to my country. Ilan Ramon, Israel's first astronaut who died on the Columbia Slide43:  When I am an old lady I shall wear purple With a red hat, which doesn’t go and doesn’t suit me from Warning, When I am an Old Woman, by Jenny Joseph Seeing the Sacredness in Everything:  Seeing the Sacredness in Everything Slide46:  Marcel Proust The real voyage of discovery comes not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes. Slide47:  Courage Authenticity Service Truthfulness Love Effectiveness The CASTLE Principles Slide48:  How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world Anne Frank ONE The Art and Practice of Conscious Leadership:  ONE The Art and Practice of Conscious Leadership

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