'How did we get here'? Have you found yourself asking this question, amid stony silence or a screaming match or resigned defeat with someone you know well, with someone you care about? I have. And by the time I am asking myself that question, it seems like the proverbial horse has bolted. Susan Scott in her book Fierce Conversations (2002) explains "
In more and more companies today, leaders manage their communication efforts in a way that calls to mind ordinary, person-to-person conversation. Where this kind of organizational conversation has taken hold, leaders build engagement and drive strategic alignment by enabling ideas and information to move efficiently across their company.
The gardens in Lunuganga estate are breathtakingly beautiful, vistas of water, trees, granite sculptures, stone work, rolling lawns, nooks and crannies of shade and light capture your senses as you walk in. It was here that I, along with other fellow students of Anoma Wijewardene's art class settled in for the day to draw, sketch, paint, photograph, walk, and muse to our hearts content. Lunuganga estate, located in the south of Sri Lanka, is the home and experimental lab of the renowned Sri Lankan Architect Geoffrey Bawa. His work was known
I am on a new adventure and I would like to share this journey with you too! As I enjoy a beautiful spring afternoon in London, I am only a few days away from attending the first workshop in a doctoral program in Organizational Change offered by Ashridge School of Business. Its been almost two years since I finished the MSc in Responsibility and Business Practices from University of Bath, and I am ready to learn formally once again. I would like to create a space where I share this learning journey with