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Changing Behavior in Organizations
The practice of empowerment is the process of enabling individuals to adopt new behaviors that further their individual aspirations and that of the organization. It is based on 30 years of research and practice and has been applied by hundreds of change practitioners in organizations throughout the world.  More
Ann M. Veneman
Ann M. Veneman, former head of UNICEF, and Carla Goldstein, director of the Omega Women's Leadership Center, discuss women, leadership, and the importance of education. Carla: You served as secretary of food and agriculture for California, secretary of agriculture for the United States, and executive director of UNICEF, all very high profile leadership positions. Was it always your career goal to attain leadership positions like these? More
Gods and Goddesses Within
Elizabeth Lesser questions the role power plays in our lives and the forces that come together when feminism and spirituality merge. More
Spiritual Activism in the Now
Carla Goldstein explains how spiritual activism invites us to cast off old adversarial habits and assumptions and meet each other in the healing and creative field of presence and mindfulness. People marvel at the way children live in the moment. Yet from the time we are very young we are taught to abandon our direct experience and move lock, stock, and barrel into the abstract land of the reasoning mind. More
Are you an underearner? You may be surprised. An underearner is someone who earns less than she needs or wants despite her efforts to do otherwise. A six-figure salary doesn’t exclude you. It’s a widespread condition affecting millions of Americans, especially women. More
Renowned yoga teacher and social activist Seane Corn on how yoga and the practice of service can connect people across cultures. Africa has called to me for many years. My father, although a white American, was raised in Northern Africa. As a young child, I was fascinated by this culture more than my family’s Eastern European roots. When I got involved with the HIV/AIDS crisis, I felt the urgency to understand Africa better than I ever had before. More

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