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The Poisoned Antelope and Cultural Change

Last year, we dealt with many changes. I had the good fortune of joining a project dedicated to saving the second largest rainforest on our planet, the Congo Basin. The genius minds behind that project had made a compilation of Congolese folklore and mythology. The Congolese have passed these stories from one generation to another for over three thousand years. The book, Congo Tales, is filled with stunning photographs taken by Pieter Henket and stories that easily remind the reader of The Brothers Grimm fairy tales. This selection captures Congolese culture and wisdom in a most breathtaking way. As an advocate of cultural change, one story...

3 Signs of a Healthy Culture – facing change with know-how

There is a lot of turmoil around the world. This reflects in our culture and our health. Without a plan, it may seem natural to resign to pessimism and hopelessness. Many of my clients and friends ask me: How do you stay so motivated? I have my gray days, but I can share something that helps me.  I regularly envision a healthy culture. It feels good to at least know what that looks like. That gives me a lot of strength. So, to help others envision it and stay motivated as we tackle change, I would like to highlight three signs of a healthy culture! Here...

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Do you have a cultural problem?

Culture gives us orientation on how to eat, build our homes, communicate etc. Culture happens when individuals come together and agree upon a common behavior. It is like a collective thumbprint. At its best it creates some guidelines to get us through this crazy thing called life. It keeps each human being from having to reinvent the wheel, figuratively and literally...