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  • Empathy and Understanding

    Empathy and Understanding

    "...empathy provides access to emotional, unspoken dimensions of another’s experience, and that an empathic attitude is more than a stance but also conveys a disposition... [it] is a way of interacting."

  • Knowing and Not Knowing

    Knowing and Not Knowing

    "Thinking psychosocially about learning and resistance to learning..."

  • Organizational Blind Spots

    "In particular, the empirical findings illustrate how narratives construct a self-sustaining frame of reference, preventing the organization from questioning the principles underlying its past success."

  • Learning About Groups

    "For me, it was a valuable learning experience that has deepened my awareness of self and other in every group that I join."

  • “The Borders of Disciplines…

    “The Borders of Disciplines…

    ...are historically constituted and...fundamentally arbitrary."