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Restoring Leadership as a Noble Profession

PowerPoint slides to compliment Margaret J. Wheatley's keynote presentation at the 2017 Harvard Medical School Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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The Discover Your True North Fieldbook: A Personal Guide to Finding Your Authentic Leadership

A personal guide for becoming an authentic leader. Whether you are just starting your leadership journey or leading a large organization, The Discover Your True North Fieldbook will help you find your leadership purpose, that internal Compass that provides direction and keeps you oriented your True North....

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Relationships between valued action and wellbeing across the transition from high school to early adulthood

Well-being promotes positive outcomes, which may include the ability to live according to one’s values, and valuescongruent living may be a source of well-being....

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Leadership and the three faces of integrity

Recent scholarship in business and leadership strongly suggests that integrity is not fundamentally a moral concept. This paper presents an account of leadership integrity that defends its ethical meaning while identifying important cognitive structures that clarify the confusion surrounding integrity attributions....

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The cultural salience of moral character and virtue declined in twentieth century America

In a large corpus of American books we tracked how frequently words related to moral excellence and virtue appeared over the twentieth century....

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Influencing value priorities and increasing well-being: The effects of reflecting on intrinsic values

A four-week experimental study (N¼113) examined the effects of reflecting on intrinsic values. In the experimental group participants learned about the distinction between intrinsic (e.g. having close relationships) and extrinsic (e.g....

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Gratitude for small and large favors: a behavioral test

The effect of large and small favors on gratitude was tested using a behavioral measure. Participants were 149 undergraduates (120 female 29 male). Half received raffle tickets for a US$100 prize and half received tickets for a US$10 prize....

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