Interpersonal & Group Psychology

The Engagement of Relationships I. Eastern Philosophy and Quantum

The Engagement of Relationships I. Eastern Philosophy and Quantum

The Global Psychology Task Force has moved to a focus on perspectives and practices regarding the relationships between people — especially in a psychotherapy, coaching and consulting relationship.

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Micro Aggression in the 21st Century

Micro Aggression in the 21st Century

The Global Psychology Task Force has conveyed a round table, composed of professional psychologists from around the world, to focus …

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Polarization in the World of COVID-19

Polarization in the World of COVID-19

During times of great crisis, people are supposed to come together and set aside their “petty” differences to confront a …

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Creating and Altering Rituals

Creating and Altering Rituals

No one knows exactly how forgoing shared rituals will affect us individually or as a society. However, science does give us some clues. By understanding the purpose of shared rituals, we can try to preserve their intent and create a sense of shared emotion, connection, and transcendence.

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The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The increasing density of human population is not simply a matter of population growth, it also has to do with a remarkable dynamic that is to be found in most systems—what many theorists now label the strange attractor phenomenon.

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COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION AND THE OVERVIEW EFFECT

COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION AND THE OVERVIEW EFFECT

  Charles E. Smith and Richard H. Whitehurst   “We Only Do Energy”   WARNING Until one is committed, there …

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Collaborative Innovation–Issue One: The Most Important Questions for Our Time

Collaborative Innovation–Issue One: The Most Important Questions for Our Time

In this first Journal issue, I’m especially interested in addressing Buckminster Fuller’s question from which he created his extraordinary inventive technical and social inventions and projects.

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The New Johari Window VI:  The Postmodern Self

The New Johari Window VI: The Postmodern Self

Ironically—and poignantly—the Johari Window, as a guidebook for this transitional period—is still relevant today.

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Collaborative Innovation: What Turns It Off And What Turns It On

Collaborative Innovation: What Turns It Off And What Turns It On

Rather than exploring how we can add the qualities of collaboration and innovation to our experience, this paper explores why we are not accessing these qualities as a natural strategy.

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Collaborative Innovation: A Personal Truth

Collaborative Innovation: A Personal Truth

With respect to collaborative innovation, the most important question I ask at this extraordinary time of social, political and economic disintegration is: “WHAT is my personal truth and HOW can I live consistent with my values?”

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