Monthly Archives: May 2010

Leadership Adaptive or Technical? (part 1)

Awhile back a friend recommended I read a book called Leadership on the Line. I’ve read many books on leadership, but this one suggested an interesting paradigm for leading a business or organization. I think the simple approach works well in families and in cross cultural spaces also.  Basically, the authors describe two kinds of…

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Educating Kids Overseas

Enjoy  The Education Cafe Families living overseas face a variety of challenges. Living in cross cultural spaces can be exhilarating and it can be exhausting.  Educating children overseas is a similar kind of opportunity.  Knowing one’s options helps parents make wise decisions about their children’s education. Local public or government schools can be great options…

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World Music B

Today we have music from India and NYC inspired by Sufi poetry or songs. Some of you may recognize the Indian song from a Bollywood movie. Rumi’s (aka Mawlana or sometimes Balkhi) prayer is Sufi poetry sung in Farsi and put to American Jazz Music. The Chayya Chayya song apparently includes some Sufi lyrics and…

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Protected: The power of language as service

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