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Mark Federman commented on Brad Johnston's group ALIA - Ontario
"Dear Friends, The opportunity to participate in creating something new happens upon us all too infrequently. When that “something new” involves something that truly matters to our lives, our practices, our workplaces, and indeed to…"
Oct 11, 2011
Mark Federman commented on Brad Johnston's group ALIA - Ontario
"You probably don't need me to tell you that the world is a complex place, and assuming the role of organizational leader is, among other things, challenging. Next Monday evening, April 11 in Toronto, from 17:30 to 21:00, I will be offering a…"
Apr 4, 2011
Mark Federman commented on Susan Szpakowski's blog post HBR says, start your day with ritual
"Indeed mindfulness by another name. If only the HBR-reading managers and executives would have mindful awareness of all that they do and effect throughout the day."
Feb 19, 2011
Mark Federman joined Brad Johnston's group
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ALIA - Ontario

An ALIA eco-system for people in Ontario - keep in touch, share information, get together, and co-create.
Feb 4, 2011
Mark Federman is now a member of ALIA Institute
Feb 4, 2011

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Basho - The Institute for Organizational Effect and Healing
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Founder, Facilitator, & Friend
Please share something about yourself, your work, and what draws you to the ALIA community.
Inspired by the thinking of Marshall McLuhan and a keen concern for mindful awareness of the complex effects we individually and collectively enable in our world, I strive to create great environments of engagement. Our society is in the midst of an epochal transformation; I am driven to help us all make sense of the complexity of intractable problems, especially as they affect our relationships among those whom we touch as individuals and organizations. I work with organizations going through challenging transformations, and help to heal dysfunctions - especially among leadership teams - that seek to undermine organizational culture.

In addition to all of that, I connect viscerally through dance - particularly Latin and blues dancing - and am a salsa instructor.

Discovering ALiA was pure serendipity; its place in the world speaks to me, and its aims feel allied with mine.

Much more about my thinking and my work is here: http://whatisthemessage.blogspot.com

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At 1:55pm on March 27, 2011, John Inman said…

Mark I would appreciate the referral, most certainly. And thank you for the connection.

 

John

At 3:30pm on February 4, 2011, Brad Johnston said…

Hi Mark,

 

Welcome to the ALIA Ontario group.  I was very impressed with your profile and glad you found us by serendipity - usually the best sign.

 

Feel free to start a conversation about something that is interesting you.

 

Regards,

 

Brad

 
 
 

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