Video: "Creating Workplaces Where People Thrive" session
Gregg Kendrick presents a seminar on "Creating Workplaces Where People Thrive" at the Making Collaboration Real Conference, San Francisco, March 17-20, 2011. (1:27:49)
Video: Introduction to the Sociocratic Circle Method
Torstein Hardiess interviews Gregg Kendrick via skype regarding the Sociocratic Circle Method (a.k.a Sociocracy or Dynamic Governance) in the context of creating a human-needs-centered organization. January 2012 (24:58)
Workbook: NVC Introduction
This 22-page workbook includes the core pages from Basileia's workshop materials for the "Introduction to Needs-Based Communication (NVC)" workshop. We typically teach this workshop in a 1- to 2-day format for people who are new to NVC.
We offer these materials with a limited right to download and print/reproduce for personal learning or group workshops provided that (a) you contact us to let us know of your intention to use the materials, (b) the materials are used as-is keeping the copyright information on each page, (c) the PDF file itself is shared only by providing a link to this web page, and (d) the materials are not sold.
If you are using these materials in a workshop for which you are being paid, we request a donation to Basileia in whatever amount you would enjoy giving.
Web Site: Atlas of Emotions
This "Atlas of Emotions" website provides an interactive, interconnected, and visually appealing tool to explore emotions, including ...
This looks like a beautiful tool to gain literacy of ourselves as emotional beings.
From the website:
"This atlas was inspired by a series of conversations between the Dalai Lama and Paul Ekman about the science of emotions. With the help of Stamen Design and Paul’s daughter, Dr. Eve Ekman, this tool was created to be a visual journey through the world of emotions."
From a New York Times article*:
"As a first step, Dr. Ekman conducted a survey of 149 scientists (emotion scientists, neuroscientists and psychologists who are published leaders in their fields) to see where there was consensus about the nature of emotions, the moods or states they produce, and related areas.
Based on the survey, Dr. Ekman concluded that there were five broad categories of emotions — anger, fear, disgust, sadness and enjoyment — and that each had an elaborate subset of emotional states, triggers, actions and moods."
* Source: NYT article: "Inner Peace? The Dalai Lama Made a Website for That" by Kevin Randall, May 6, 2016