About the Shape Shift Blog

The shape of the world is shifting.

It is constantly shifting but never more so than now. This is evident in health care, education, finance, communities, technology, organizations and other systems that have become vital to how we function today.

We can be passive recipients of the impact of these shifts in the world or we can become active participants in shaping the future of the systems, organizations and communities that we feel passionate about – that are near and dear to our hearts.

For this work to be successful, it requires some level of
transformation of self, the way we show up individually and collectively,
how we interact together and how we think about the work to
be done.

It requires clarity of purpose and intentionality of
action to guide our steps.  Are you ready?

13 thoughts on “About the Shape Shift Blog

  1. Discovered your blog and website through an Art of Hosting email… and simply wanted to offer my appreciation of this energy and wisdom you are carrying…and sharing.

    Thank you.

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  5. Love hearing what you are up to. As the pace of changing increases the kind of work you are doing will only accelerate in importance, I believe. We are creating a community movement of embracing the unknown future and enhancing collective intelligence in Japan in the Global Leadership Community. Check us out at http://www.glcafe.asia.

    Thank you.

    • Thank you Michael. So fabulous that there are so many of us working to increase conscious leadership, embracing the unknown and the not knowing. Good luck in your work and I will check it out.

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