Posts Tagged ‘dolphin strategy’

When he first envisioned the leap: how the late Clare Graves saw sense where so many before had seen only nonsense

On a fall day in 1961, in his classroom at Union College in Schenectady, New York, the late Dr. Clare W. Graves hurried to a blackboard. Writing as fast as he could, he jotted down the rudiments of an explanation both for conundrums that had been plaguing his own research and for the fundamental confusions [...]

How Thinking like a dolphin can save
the day. . . . And how one day, it did!

Let’s say that you are what the business community calls an entrepreneur. You’ve enjoyed success selling a product line that you largely invented yourself. The trips to the bank over the years haven’t involved overly large sums, but they have kept you solvent and comfortable—and independent.
In addition, let’s say that you get a call from [...]

THE LATE INSOO KIM BERG WAS A DOLPHINTHINKER’S DOLPHIN. ABOVE ALL, SHE WANTED REAL SOLUTIONS FOR HER THERAPY CLIENTS, AND SHE WANTED THEM NOW

The therapist was a tiny woman with dark, closely cropped hair, magnetic eyes and a ready, inviting smile. Her name was Insoo Kim Berg. She was born in Korea, came to the U.S. in 1957 to study and stayed.
The person closest to her was her husband, a jazz-musician-turned-psychotherapist named Steve de Shazer. She persuaded [...]

REPORTING ON OUR GAME-CHANGING
BTC ASSOCIATES IN CHARLOTTE, MALAYSIA AND QUEBEC PLUS OTHER DOLPHIN ACTIVITIES

Dateline: Charlotte, North Carolina
Our longtime associate, Carlos Salum, is adding to his reputation in Europe as a high-profile coach of top-echelon executives. He’s just returned from his latest triumph in Zurich, in fact.
The invitation-only event he pulled together was attended by 18 CEOs of multinational organizations, NGO leaders, professors and managing directors/partners of top-tier [...]