Riane Eisler discusses how to shift to partnership in business, family, and society at the Humanistic Management Professionals Lunch and Learn, organized by The International Humanistic Management Association in conjunction with Humanist Learning Systems.
Eisler addressed the invisible and marginalized factors that affect our worldview, and hence business, organizational, family, and social structures -- all of which are interconnected. Eisler discuss actions to shift business and social policy, including supporting new metrics that, unlike GDP, take into account the economic value of caring for people, starting at birth, and for our natural life support systems.
Riane Eisler on Shifting to Partnership in Business, Family & Society
Watch Riane Eisler's From Domination to Partnership: In Business, Family and Society below:
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Learn more about The Humanist Learning Systems below or at their website.
"The Humanist Learning Systems was created by Jennifer Hancock to provide a place where people can receive practical information on how to more effectively and humanistically solve our problems.
Jennifer’s mission in life is to promote: Love, Humanism, Rationality, Science and Responsibility.
The vision for Humanist Learning Systems is to gather together the top Humanist educators from around the world to provide courses that will help people think better, have better relationships and get better results so that they can love themselves and help make the world better by approaching others with compassion.
The questions these courses answer is how can we solve our problems using love and compassion as our foundation. The answer? Combine critical thinking, science, compassion, ethics and personal responsibility to improve our lives, our businesses and our communities.
Imagine if you could deal with difficult people – effectively, with dignity and grace and love in your heart. You can – if you use reason and science.
If you are frustrated by the status quo, there is hope. Not only can you learn practical skills that will help you be more professional, competent and dignified, these skills will help you embody the values you hold most dear.
The humanist approach we teach will give you hope. It will help you simplify your life by reducing complexity of the problems you face, which will in turn – help you reduce your anxiety. Finally- because this is all science based – it will work."
Learn more about The International Humanistic Management Association below or at their website.
"The International Humanistic Management Association's goal is to act as a hub for researchers, practitioners and policymakers interested in the promotion and practice of Humanistic Management and Leadership consistent with the mission and values of Humanistic Management globally.
We envision a society and an economy that works for all. Such a society promotes organizing practices that honors the inherent value of all life and protects human dignity. Management practices in such an economy promote human well-being and focuses on flourishing of all life.
Our mission is to support the development and professionalization of humanistic management research, practice, pedagogy and policy. To do so we bring together global leaders from academia, practice, policy, media, faith, civil society and the general public to explore, implement and support practices of humanistic management."