Psychological safety in times of pandemic: what is the role of the leader?

According to Amy Edmondson, professor of leadership at Harvard Business School and author of the book “The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation and Growth,” psychological safety is “the absence of interpersonal fear.” In other words, there is   psychological safety when employees feel comfortable taking risks, asking for help, sharing […]

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Kiss The Earth, by Thich Nhat Hanh

Walk and touch peace every moment.Walk and touch happiness every moment.Each step brings a fresh breeze.Each step makes a flower bloom.Kiss the Earth with your feet.Bring the Earth your love and happiness.The Earth will be safewhen we feel safe in ourselves. – Thích Nhất Hạnh […]

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How to experience the Christmas season more consciously

Traditionally, Christmas season is a festive period that is intended to be full of light, colour, joy, and family life. Regardless of one’s religious beliefs, everything around gets us into a festive mode. But Christmas comes also with the automatic pilot impulse to buy gifts and decoration, to organize celebrations and dinners. And this automatic […]

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Where is the heart?, by Elena Barumerli

Where is the heart?It is in a hot plate, at the table and, in people around.It is in a good morning with a hug,and in a wrong step.It is in a melody, in the freedom of the fireand in a mindful listening and the wind that we feel.The heart is in a decoration, a detail, […]

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Jordan B. Peterson | Touch in analgesic

(Video in English, subtitles in Portuguese and Spanish) More videos in our YouTube Channel So, this is one of the things that’s kind of cool aboutpain-related negative emotion is that physical proximity is analgesic.That’s another thing that’s useful to know.So, what do you do when someone’s grieving?What can you do?You express your condolences obviously,but about the […]

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Keeping Quiet, by Pablo Neruda

Now we will count to twelveand we will all keep still.For once on the face of the earth,let’s not speak in any language,let’s stop for a second,and not move our arms so much.It would be an exotic momentwithout rush, without engines;we would all be togetherin a sudden strangeness.(…)If we were not so single-mindedabout keeping our […]

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