Predominance of responsibility at the individual level rather than at the societal-level Floridi (2016) is pointedly describing the issue around the distribution respectively diffusion of responsibility as “everybody’s problem becomes nobody’s responsibility” (p. 11). He suggests a framework that is recommitting responsibility for any action of a collective back to the individual by rejecting the … Continue reading Solving the “everybody’s problem becomes nobody’s responsibility” issue
Plants can feed themselves. Humans need the help of plants because only they can process the nutrients of the soil into food. Humans have to compensate for their lack of natural intelligence with more complex structures. If plants were to economize as ‘intelligently’ as humans, humanity would depend on plants’ grace. The plants are unconditionally … Continue reading The Teaching Plant
You get an understanding and compassionate ear here, but the most significant benefit lies in permitting me to offend you. First of all, if I didn’t dare to offend, I couldn’t be honest. Being offended offers a real-world check outside of one’s comfort zone. Second, if I solely entertained you, I’d waste your time distracting … Continue reading LET YOURSELF OFFEND. The benefits of letting you get offended.
People were made to be loved. Things were created to be used. The reason the world is in chaos is because things are loved and people are used. – Dalai Lama Do you follow the market or nature? Are you a consumer or a creator? Are you a capitalist or a humanist? Yes, it’s an … Continue reading To dig through the ‘dirt’ yourself, or to crave the worm on the hook?
Comprehensive awareness is like the capturing of light, which is our soul’s essential yearning. Life wants to reveal itself to us. Even if we close our eyes, some light is shining through the lids. The clouds are not a part of the sky. It’s never completely dark; there is always radiating vividness. To see clearly, … Continue reading We can photograph the outer world, but our inward view has to be painted.
Trinity Warrior III (Non-violent) ‘fighting’ for Awareness Intelligence that comprises the three treasures of Taoism: MODERATION leads to generosity (All are born the same as humans. There is no superiority of anyone, just different cultures, and societal norms. -> I’m thinking about my INTRAPERSONAL PAST. Who am I really regardless of my upbringing?) COMPASSION leads … Continue reading (Non-violent) ‘fighting’ for Awareness Intelligence that comprises the three treasures of Taoism
Recognize how important you are. Every dream for a better world, every creative act, and even a seemingly naive idea can inspire and provide the courage to break out of the cage of limited knowing. It’s about what you can do in your mind. It’s not compliance, but bold responsibility that nurtures your, others, and all humankind’s Awareness Intelligence. What else could be more worth to realize?! I, for my part, rather want to have tried.
The time-compressed relatedness of urgency to near-future inter-personal expectations implies that later in time the importance of the matter will fade only as a function of time. Awareness-intelligent solutions, on the other hand, are about importance and are never in a hurry.
For example, the three Buddhist marks of existence, from which all human delusion and suffering purportedly stems, can be mapped to Awareness Intelligence in the following way. Overcoming suffering from the illusion of permanence can be achieved through the pre-life awareness of the intra-past, suffering itself is addressed by the inter-present that extinguishes any suffering-causing bond from relationships, and the selfless connection to humankind as a whole lies in the healing power of awareness of the extra-future.
Today, humans do not evolve through physical challenges anymore, but rather through mental adaptiveness. Instead of pills we need a different quality of the mind that is not resulting in mental dysfunction, suffering, and aggression. Awareness Intelligence can serve as a natural human enabler whose potential is revolutionary on the individual and evolutionary on the human level.
1.Whether in a formal position, at work or in private, our influence on others is more significant than we think. It may be your today’s courageous example that inspires somebody else even years later to do the right thing as well. 2.To be a leader means to be a continuous learner, and learners are readers. … Continue reading Leaders are not born, they are made
Introduction Definition of meaning Although ‘meaning’ isn’t reducible to a state-like single factor , the meaning of a concept (i.e., work) is related to how an individual does experience the significance of a situation that causes related inferential intentions to behave in a certain way . While for many people the primary meaning of … Continue reading The Meaning of Work (and Cultural Considerations at the Example of Japan)
The Triadic Mind articles Summary There are individual, organizational, and societal human and technological approaches available today. However, there is little integration of these dimensions into a coherent mindset, educational concept, or cooperative platforms. Therefore, I’ve dedicated the last couple of years to the study of leadership, learning & development, psychology consequently from cross-culturally, multi-disciplinary, … Continue reading The Novel Self-Reflection Tool
Summery benefits of an internal locus of control Belief in one’s control over their life Improved information acquisition Better decision-making processes Self-efficacy, job effectiveness, and higher achievement Less risk of burnout Generally increased happiness Increase leadership adaptability Rapidly changing leadership challenges Leadership education has undergone a substantial shift. Life and working world seem to … Continue reading The Benefits of an Internal Locus of Control Personality
Men have made millions of laws to punish crimes, and they have not established even one to reward virtue; Virtue being a product not of the command of law, but of our own free will, society has no right whatsoever over it. Virtue on no account enters into the social contract; and if it remains … Continue reading Positive Change Through Rewarding Virtue vs. Punishing Non-Compliance
There are significant differences between leadership and management In our contemporary world both leadership and management may be required and co-exist in different situations, but the identification and understanding of their distinguishing features is important if we want to use both of them effectively and eventually think about shifting the emphasis towards managers who are … Continue reading Compassionate leadership: If we all ‘lead,’ we don’t need ‘managers’ anymore
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Iachini, A. L., Cross, T. P., & Freedman, D. A. (2015). Leadership in Social Work Education and the Social Change Model of Leadership. Social Work Education, 34(6), 650-665. doi:10.1080/02615479.2015.1025738 Ibarra, H., & Obodaru, O. (2016). Review: Betwixt and between identities: Liminal experience in contemporary careers. Research In Organizational Behavior, doi:10.1016/j.riob.2016.11.003 Ido, L. )., & Jost, J. ). (2011). … Continue reading I (Psychology Resources)
Fairbairn, G. J. (2017). Reflecting On Empathy. At The Interface / Probing The Boundaries, (92), 61-83. doi:10.1163/9789004360846_005 Falck, R. S., Wilcox, S., Best, J. R., Chandler, J. L., & Liu-Ambrose, T. (2017). The association between physical performance and executive function in a sample of rural older adults from South Carolina, USA. Experimental Aging Research, 43(2), 192-205. doi:10.1080/0361073X.2017.1276379 Farah, … Continue reading F (Psychology Resources)
Dafermos, M. (2015). Rethinking the crisis in social psychology: A dialectical perspective. Social And Personality Psychology Compass, 9(8), 394-405. doi:10.1111/spc3.12187 Daher, N. (2015). EMOTIONAL AND CULTURAL INTELLIGENCES AS AN ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR RECRUITING, SELECTING AND TRAINING INDIVIDUAL CANDIDATES. International Journal Of Business & Public Administration, 12(1), 167. Dale, H., & Lee, A. (2016). Behavioural health consultants in integrated primary … Continue reading D (Psychology Resources)