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High-Leverage Leadership: Systems Thinking in a Crisis with David Stroh & Marilyn Paul - Shared screen with speaker view
Georgia Krueger
32:24
Know where that is!
Michael Katz
34:51
This talk already contains so much richness! Thank you! 🙏🏼
Elizabeth Ward
35:42
Yes, thank you! : )
Michelle Kleppe-Wellde
35:51
Agree!
Michele Worden
48:54
We talked about locally
Gil Friend
49:19
I think kCalifornia’s Great Plates Delivered is trying to do just that.
Wendy Moomaw
49:44
Founding Farmers in DC has recently pivoted to market and grocery. The Farmers Restaurant Group (of which Founding Farmers is a part) was specifically setup to help North Dakota Farmers get their food to market in a farm to table.
Michele Worden
50:20
we have a lot of popup meal sites using restuarants with private donations
Michael Katz
56:42
Yes. “Pace” has neutral valence. “Delay” has a negative valence
Tom Scholte
57:20
It’s so wonderful to see how much David’s work has continued to grow since his most excellent book! Seeing excellence get even better is so inspiring!
Virginia Macali
57:36
Excellent Distinction--pace vs delay
Patricia Sandler
57:51
I also like that it’s “structural” pace so we’re not focusing on time but the underlying structure of the system
Michael Katz
58:09
Thanks for noting that Patricia. Agreed!
Danica Meredith
59:03
and 50/61 at a choir practice got infected.
Jimmy Carter
59:24
That person no longer attends that church!
Jim Karpe
59:40
That was a very efficient individual.
Danica Meredith
01:00:21
what if you could have that "R-knot factor" for positive social change and positive impact?
Jimmy Carter
01:00:53
"pay it forward"
Rajiv Gupta
01:02:05
r knot for viral memes, videos, products..
Danica Meredith
01:08:51
"Growing Edge" is a compassionate term (vs. "weakness")
Bridgette Morehouse
01:09:03
+1 Danica. interesting thought
Bridgette Morehouse
01:09:41
"R-naught" for social change
Lisa Orlick
01:09:55
I am curious if you are integrating the Mussar framework of character development into this thinking.
Amy Elizabeth Fox
01:09:59
I love the rethinking of personal development as a collective practice and task.
Patricia Sandler
01:11:24
Thanks, @Amy — that’s a wonderful way to thinking about the collective practice of growth.
Michael Katz
01:11:55
Distinguishing “nourishment” from “rest”
Michael Katz
01:12:14
Not all rest nourishes... e.g. Netflix :)
Susan Penn
01:12:21
Not just rest…deep rest.
Michael Horwitz
01:13:03
I find the Sabbath my best renewal time
Patricia Sandler
01:13:16
I so enjoy seeing how you embody this sense of deep nourishment and presence as you talk about deep rest, Marilyn.
Susi Willis
01:14:26
I notice the same Patricia. Even the pace of Marilyn and David’s speech
Gil Friend
01:16:48
For years I told myself “some day I’ll keep the Sabbath.” Some day, when I’m able. And then one day, I said “this week,” now, no more story. “Just do it!”
Michael Katz
01:16:55
Yes! An invitation to create and perform rituals
Sylvana Caloni
01:18:08
A great presentation at so many levels. TY Marilyn, David & Amy for caring & nourishing us. Have another commitment.
Rachael de Renzy Channer
01:18:35
Thank you so much for today - enjoyable and inspirational - have to go to another appointment I am afraid
David Haas
01:18:38
To protect time, I tell them I'm in meetings (which are really with myself, they just don't know that)
Michael Horwitz
01:18:39
I have been able to build the boundaries by letting others know in advance what my availability is and after time they came to accept
Amy Elizabeth Fox
01:18:44
Savor your experience. Such a beautiful invitation.
Gideon Culman
01:19:26
Setting aside time to create this kind of oasis constitutes a real sacrifice in the truest etymological sense of the word: facere = make, sacer = holy. Make it holy!
Gil Friend
01:19:31
Savor…can then leak over into the rest of week!
Deborah Reidy
01:19:36
Thank you! Very inspiring and wise. I need to leave…
Amy Elizabeth Fox
01:19:43
As some people are needing to go at the top of the hour let me just remind everyone that this session will be permanently archived on the Mobius Cares portion of our website along with earlier seminars and other COVID related resources. Please share widely.
nicolas trilla
01:20:38
How could deeper rest and renewal benefit you now?What additional time would you like to protect?Which gateway would most enhance your experience of rest and renewal?Begin and endProtect and prepareDisconnect to connectSlow down to savorLet go of achieving to rest, reflect and play
Amy Elizabeth Fox
01:21:39
Such a rare chance to focus our shared intelligence on oasis time….beautiful. Lets enjoy everyone.
E Carney
01:21:50
Thank you so much
Susan Walters Minker
01:22:00
Thank you! This feels so relevant, wise. Need to go.
Michael Katz
01:36:11
I would like to speak!
Chrissy Schwinn
01:36:18
let go of achieving
Anne Gardon
01:36:19
I feel energized— I honor the gifts and shifts of the pandemic
Jim Karpe
01:36:23
Can learn to operate at the pace of of the system, the structural pace of change…More patience.
MARSHA SHENK
01:36:42
i have a story re keeping quiet time pristine in a fortune 100
Todd Erickson
01:36:54
I’m committing to taking an Oasis in Time on Saturday AM’s -
sorabhgupta
01:37:11
In my breakout group 13 there was a question about contemplation vs meditation - here’s a link I found helpful. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0o5J0-8OA0
Falk Kyser
01:37:21
Rituals are a powerful way to enter the oasis...prayer, reverie, meditation, observing nature.....
David Haas
01:37:23
Agreed!!
Michael Horwitz
01:37:25
This has helped me create a new perspective on how we are thinking in my daily pursuits
Todd Erickson
01:37:43
Recommitting to start my day with dance
Rhea Dsouza
01:38:18
Rituals for Rest and Renewal - R3
sorabhgupta
01:39:01
Thank you David, Marilyn and Amy! Greatly helpful and the most helpful to be reminded that building character and deep rest… is a foundational element. Thank you
Susi Willis
01:40:03
Our conversation reminded me of the fact that my parents unconsciously role modeled working after work. I had never thought of how much I paid attention to that and made it part of my own life. so that my trying to fit 10lbs into a 5 lb bag is a result of this.
MARSHA SHENK
01:40:05
Fabulous. thank you
Chrissy Schwinn
01:40:09
can we shift to 4 days of work to distribute employment opportunities more broadly
Virginia Macali
01:40:14
Thank you so much! Great distinctions and perspectives.
Flavia Pino
01:40:28
Thank you so much David and Marilyn. God bless
Bruno Sobral
01:40:31
Thanks so much for the concept of stop day!
Paul Jones
01:40:41
I really enjoyed the breakout session!
Monika Binder
01:40:41
Thank you Marilyn, David & Amy. Highly appreciated this session and all your work. Best, Monika
Gideon Culman
01:40:41
My kids (2 and 5) often feel like insurmountable obstacles to the kind of oases we’ve been discussing. But a habit to cultivate that could create a structural difference in our family’s understanding of, willingness to, even ability to provide each other relaxation is persistent explanation of *why* we all need rest. The expectation that a five-year-old raging extrovert will let me relax when I want it without shifting something structural is magical thinking on my part.
Katrina Godshalk
01:40:42
Yes to a 4 day work week!
Rhea Dsouza
01:40:53
Thank you so much …
David Stein
01:41:24
Productivity can be a trap. We do too much, make too much. A better life is a more aware life
Gila Ancel Seritcioglu
01:42:13
Thank you so much Amy for another beautiful Mobius Cares call.
Rhea Dsouza
01:42:14
Thank you Amy ….for this Space