With Radical Alignment, top-level life and business coaches (and happily married couple) Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower share their potent method for helping groups to stop clashing and start working together—to jump from “we ...
Author: Radical Alignment Alexandra Jamieson
Publisher: Sounds True
A proven method to get your team unstuck and into alignment Why do so many organizations, teams, couples, families and other groups waste energy on unproductive conflict? Even when everyone has the same general goals, what’s often missing is a deeper alignment based on mutual trust, respect, and empathy. With Radical Alignment, top-level life and business coaches (and happily married couple!) Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower share their potent method for helping groups to stop clashing and start working together—to jump from “we can’t” to an enthusiastic “hell yes!” Jamieson and Gower teach practical tools to help each member of a group skillfully express their core values, concerns, and highest hopes for any undertaking—building a foundation of understanding and respect that can support even the most ambitious goals. Their All-In Method starts with making the implicit explicit so collaborators are able to develop a foundation of empathy and trust. “The world needs more people who know how to build aligned and empathic relationships—in businesses, communities, and families—through powerful, clear conversations,” write the authors. Radical Alignment brings you a “low-drama, high-joy” technique to transform the way you collaborate and communicate in every area of your life.
Nonprofit organizations are constantly working to influence donors and entice
partners to lend their names and resources to a cause. Parents are constantly
putting forth ideas in a way to get their children to align with the rules. And
authors are ...
Author: Alexandra Jamieson
Publisher: Sounds True
Discover the Proven “Low Drama, High Joy” Method for Productive, Empathy-Based Communication and Collaboration. Why do so many organizations, teams, couples, families, and groups who should be working together end up wasting energy on unproductive conflict? Even when everyone has the same general goals, what’s often missing is a deeper alignment based on mutual trust, respect, and empathy. With Radical Alignment, top-level life and business coaches (and happily married couple) Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower share their potent method for helping groups to stop clashing and start working together—to jump from “we can’t” to an enthusiastic “hell yes!” The essential tool at the heart of Radical Alignment is the All-In Method: a four-step approach to communication designed to increase clarity, minimize miscommunication, honor each person’s individuality, and build a shared sense of trust and respect for long-term success. With easy-to-follow instruction, Jamieson and Gower bring you: • The Foundations of Great Communication—what works, what doesn’t, and how to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your own style • The All-In Method—a step-by-step walk-through of this proven approach to getting into radical alignment with others • The Method in Action—examples and exercises for using the All-In Method at work, at home, and in any situation • Scripts, suggestions, guidance, and additional resources for making this a lifelong practice for greater connection and intimacy “We believe passionately that the world needs more aligned teams in our businesses, organizations, communities, families, and intimate partnerships,” write the authors. “This means we need people who are able to have powerful and clear exchanges that build better connections.” Radical Alignment brings you a “low drama, high joy” technique to transform the way you collaborate and communicate in every area of your life.
14 In light of this, I want to offer up a contrast of two “wait and see” accounts
pertaining to radical alignment. The first illustrates “To Describe”: from Joseph
Stalin's Dialectical and Historical Materialism: “The proletariat was developing as
Author: Jeremy Glick
Publisher: NYU Press
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I called it radical because he aligns individualism with " Conscience ” against the
systemic forces of church and state . However , as Emerson develops his thought
, it turns out that this radical alignment ( individualism as conscience ) is ...
Author: Lawrence Buell
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
A generation ago Prentice Hall's Twentieth Century Views series set the standard for truly useful collections of literary criticism on widely studied authors. These collections of essays, selected and introduced by distinguished scholars, made the most informative and provocative critical work on each writer easily available to students, scholars, and the general public. Now the New Century Views series, co-edited offers volumes of the same excellence for the contemporary moment.
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Age of Alignment , p . 5 . 85 See Turner , British Politics and the Great War , p .
426 . years . 90 86 Cook , Age of Alignment , 224 The Radical Thread.
Author: Catriona M. M. Macdonald
Publisher: John Donald
By focusing on political change in the cotton town of Paisley in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this book highlights important trends which shaped society and politics in modern Scotland. Having traced the evolution of the proud civic and industrial heritage of the town, the author then charts its erosion and the rise of competing popular voices which emerged as the old order deteriorated. Popular Unionism, New Liberalism, Trade Unionism, Labourism and Socialism competed for the mantle of the town's Radical inheritance. Yet the changes which emerged owed much to the town's past.
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1789-96 , from William and Mary Quarterly 1971 28 ( 4 ) : 523-542 ( see abstract
9 : 2821 ) , distorted reality by stressing a conservative and radical alignment .
Provides historical coverage of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. Includes information abstracted from over 2,000 journals published worldwide.
But then again , President Sadat's dramatic visit to Jerusalem in 1977 divided the
league into a moderate group led by Egypt and a more radical alignment led by
Syria . By 1980 the Arab League was virtually a shambles . It was difficult to find ...
Author: John George Stoessinger
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
This text deals with international relations and the struggle for power and order in world affairs since 1945. Major topics include a case study of the Palestinian uprisings, the Iran-Contra affair, an analysis of the Iraq-Iran conflict, US-China relations, South Africa and apartheid, an analysis of the recent resurgence of the UN and a discussion of the direction of foreign policy under President Bush.