The Ukulele Effect

I have a lot of aspirations. For example, I want to write several more books and want to support open-minded conversations to create shared solutions around the many issues facing our world. I talk to a lot of leaders who have such goals and feel pressed on how to...

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What’s Wrong with the Pumpkins?

My daughter looked at the pumpkins on the table and immediately declared, “Something is wrong with these pumpkins! Why did dad buy these?”  She continued to comment for a few days how she did not like the bumps on them and felt they should come off. Her father had a...

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How do you become calm and open?

It is easy to become “triggered” these days when watching the news, engaging with colleagues and interacting with colleagues and family. How can people see things so differently?  It can be frustrating and challenging.  How do you respond? Do you retreat and avoid...

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Are You a Weaver?

We are experiencing an epidemic of isolation in organizations and communities. People often tell me of their pain of feeling "on the outside" and not respected based on their real and perceived differences.  We see a rising culture of fear, distrust and polarization....

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You Belong and We Care

Searching for the “right fit” college for my daughter was a long and challenging process. She wanted an academically strong institution that had a collaborative culture.  We visited many colleges to find one that matched her ideal. Each place we went she carefully...

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About the Author

Ann Van Eron, Ph.D., MCC is founder and principal of Potentials, a global coaching and organization development consulting firm with experience coaching leaders and teams all over the world for over twenty-five years. She is certified as a Master Coach and has a doctorate in Organization Psychology from Columbia University.

Her new book, OASIS Conversations: Leading with and Open Mindset to Maximize Potential is available at AMAZON >>

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