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Topic: Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?
Posted by: Zoe
Date/Time: 25/11/2003 07:30:31

Hi John,
  My vote would be in the direction of your "leaderless leadership."  Years ago I cross trained employees in a restaurant.Thus, if the dishwasher, cook, or some other employee  didn't show up, the other employees knew how to fill in and get the work done. In finding practical applications for NLP in social and political action, the focus will be on co-operatively solving the problem, not on leadership or anyone being locked into any role. In my community we are forming a working group made up of law enforcement personnel and citizens to deal with problems here involving racism. If all the participants were trained in using techniques like reframing and committed to solving the problem, it would get resolved. There would not be time or purpose in blaming or putting one group or another on the defensive, the emphasis would be on finding solutions.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
reframing and politics?09/11/2003 20:19:56Macy Kirkpatrick
     Re:reframing and politics?10/11/2003 19:23:08John Schertzer
     Re:reframing and politics?11/11/2003 01:39:56Dimitry Volfson
     Re:reframing and politics?11/11/2003 04:57:01Walter
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?11/11/2003 14:32:27John Schertzer
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?18/11/2003 23:44:22Mark MacLean
     Re:reframing and politics?24/11/2003 18:32:46Zoe Langley
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?24/11/2003 19:11:53John Schertzer
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 07:30:31Zoe
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?27/11/2003 00:52:52nj
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 13:48:46Pete West
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 03:21:39Todd
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 04:57:39Pete West
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 09:33:36Pete West
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 02:37:51Web Master
               Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 07:13:41Zoe
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 21:00:48nj
     Re:reframing and politics?25/11/2003 15:04:16John Schertzer
          Re:Re:reframing and politics?26/11/2003 02:15:31Zoe

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