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The Abundant Community
by John McKnight & Peter Block
The authors show us that if we take our responsibility as citizens seriously and not only act as consumers, we have the capacity to find real and sustainable satisfaction right in our neighborhood and community. This book shows how to can reweave our social fabric, especially in our neighborhoods.
Betwixt & Between: Patterns of Feminine and Masculine Initiations
Editors: Louise Carus Mahdi, Steven Foster & Meredith Little
This anthology is suited for those who are interested in understanding archetypal and psychosocial dimensions of change on the individual and community level. Modern society differs from all other cultures, historical and contemporary, in our lack of clearly defined and widely accepted rituals of passage to help establish and validate transitions, for youth, for mid-life, and later.
by John P. Kotter
This is a classic in change management and a practical resource for leaders and managers charged with making transfromational change initiatives work. Kotter provides a basic roadmap for managing change and what to do to avoid the typical pitfalls that derail change efforts.
The Necessary Revolution
by Peter Senge, Bryan Smith, Nina Kruschwitz, Joe Laur, Sara Schley
The Necessary Revolution describes how companies around the world are boldly leading the change from dead-end “business as usual” tactics to transformative strategies that are essential for creating a flourishing, sustainable world.
The Way of Transitions: Embracing Life’s Most Difficult Moments
by William Bridges
This book is richly textured, deep map of the personal, professional, and emotional transformations that grow out of tragedy and crisis. It eloquently explains the mechanics of transition through his own moving story, and Bridges shows us how disillusionment, sorrow, or confusion can blossom into a time of incredible creativity and contentment, highlighting the profound significance and true value of endings in our lives.