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Find a Place To Stand
by Lynne Twist
Tips for transformative leaders
WTO: What's at Stake
by Dan Seligman
WTO What's at Stake
Free the Children: the Story of Craig Kielburger
by Tracy Rysavy
One 12 year-old-kid - what could he possibly do on behalf of children his age half a world away? Take on his own prime minister, for a start.
The Long Boom?
Responses to the Dialogue of Paul Hawken and David Korten
The Feel of the Land
by Donella H. Meadows
The Feel of the Land, by Donella H. Meadows
How Do You Love All the Children?
by Sarah Ruth van Gelder
an interview with Bill McDonough by Sarah van Gelder
Love of Life
by Sarah Ruth van Gelder
Practical idealists from diverse movements, backgrounds, and perspectives consider how to bring about transformational change
A Founder of the Next Economy
by Steve Lerner
a founder of the new economy by Steve Lerner
Join us in Seattle to Greet the WTO Join us in Seattle to Greet the WTO
by Fran Korten
In late November, dark, damp Seattle will turn into the hottest scene in America for making a statement about the rules our world is governed by and who benefits. Come join us!
Spread Leadership
by Robert Kenny
spread leadership, by Robert Kenny
Unmask Power: beyond the tyranny of structurelessness
by Joreen
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Find Your Strength
by Kevin Fong
Working in the Hyphen combines the East Asian theory of the Five Elements with Western concepts of leadership.
Secrets of a Poet Spy
by Tracy Rysavy
Martín Espada has been called “the true poet laureate of this nation” by The Bloomsbury Review. His poems and essays speak of why “poetry, like bread, is for everyone.”
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