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    • Collaborative Balloons
      I and the Community
    • "Life is change. Growth is optional. Choose wisely." ~ Karen Kaiser Clark
    • "Any company trying to compete must figure out a way to engage the mind of every employee. A company's greatest asset is its employees.”~ General Electric CEO, Jack Welch
    • Seven Balloons of Leadership
      Leaders need to make the right decisions, be open to new opportunities & ideas, respond effectively to change, prepare for it, & create.
      All to operate as an elite unit.
    • *Speed *Surprise *Confidence *Concentration *Team Work *Assertive *Attitude *Empathy
    • * Transform management systems * Lower cost with increased productivity
    • John Dewey observed "A problem well put is half-solved."
    • A concept is to be reduced to a singular essence.
    • EGOSquish OthersPowerGreed
    • Ego
      Power Over Others
    • .
      ego
      Power WITH Others
      *Boundaries
      *Balance
      *Shared Responsibility
    • “Look for the good and praise it.”~ Unknown
    • Orwellian Metaphor
      George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four.
      Orwell depicted a harrowing totalitarian society, that watches its citizens obsessively and demands strict discipline.
      The focus is on the harms, inhibition and control.
    • Kafkaesque Metaphor
      Franz Kafka's The Trial.
      Centers around a man who is arrested but not informed why and is unable to learn much more.
      The focus is on the harms, a bureaucracy that uses people and makes important decisions about them, yet denies the people the ability to participate.
    • Literary Metaphor
      George Orwell~1984
      Obsessively demands strict discipline
      Harms as inhibition and social control
      Franz Kafka ~ The Trial
      Suffocating powerlessness & vulnerability created by the system
      Harms are bureaucratic ones—indifference, error, abuse, frustration, & lack of transparency & accountability
    • “The best training any parent can give a child is to train the child to train himself.”~ Unknown
    • Complications
      Information Processing
      Affects Power in Relationships between People & the Institutions
      Creates a Sense of Helplessness, Frustration & Powerlessness
    • Solutions Focus
      Affect Social Structure by Altering the relationships people have with the institutions that make decisions about their lives.
      Orwellian Metaphor—those of surveillance—and aren't adequately addressing the Kafkaesque Metaphor—those of information processing.
    • Recognize the Problems
      Existence
      Acknowledge the Problems
      Disclosure
      Shared Resonance
      Slow Accretion of a Series of Acts
      Right to FLY!
    • “Whatever You Can Do
      or
      Dream You Can,
      Begin It.
      — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe