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What do women want? Relief from Prolonged-Pandemic Mental Fatigue!

There’s an epidemic within this pandemic and women are worn out. Thanks to the prolonged pandemic, we've been wired to survive for too long. Our nervous systems have been in a flight-or-fight mode for too long and Women, it seems, ...
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What does it take to empower young women in TECH?

    So, can girls succeed in TECH? And, what can we do to help encourage girls into these areas and increase awareness? This year international girls day celebrates young ladies in technology. One of the concepts that still shouts ...
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July 31st

COMMUNITY BARBQ FUNDRAISER Sat, July 31st 4PM-?? The owner of the Zo0.ch restaurant has graciously offered to host another community barbeque on our behalf to help raise some money for the SotG Foundation. This edition will feature 1-2 kiddy pools ...
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100 Countries in 100 Days

100 COUNTRIES IN 100 DAYS The World Spirit of the Game Foundation is actively looking for new National Coordinators/Partners; our original goal was 100 countries within the first 100 days of 2021. But we became a victim of our own ...
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Be Actively Non-Judgemental

Be Actively Non-Judgemental Non-judgmental does not mean 'anything goes'; but it does mean that we rarely know all the factors which go into the choices and lives of others. If you go through life looking for flaws, you will find ...
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Be Personally Accountable

Be Personally Accountable Personal Accountability means making a continuous commitment to yourself and those around you to take conscious ownership of your life and your decisions. It is not a goal to be reached, but rather an ongoing struggle to ...
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I Don’t Understand How

This is a phrase people frequently use when what they really mean is “I think that person or process is stupid” One common example, “I don’t understand how anyone could vote for such a morally bankrupt person”. The reality is ...
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What happens when personal integrity is neglected?

FIFA is a perfect example of what happens when the forces advocating for a culture of personal integrity aren’t strong enough to prevail. FIFA is an amazing organization. They monetized the sport, created perhaps the greatest sporting spectacle the world ...
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IS CLARITY A NECESSITY?

There can be times when we choose not to engage in a situation or a topic because we aren’t 100% clear on what we want or how we feel. In those situations it can be important to remember that we ...
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Taking off the mask (part 2)

The mission of crowdcoach is to develop the best authentic ideas using collective wisdom for the life challenges of all people. It was initiated because we realized that every day of our lives, everybody regardless of gender, location or generation ...
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Taking off the mask

Trent Simmons In 2016 a small spring retreat was held in the Swiss mountains with the motto: No ties, No cards, No titles. In other words, participants were instructed to set aside their public personas and communicate openly about their ...
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Why Voting is insufficient

Most people vote every 2 or 4 years, and consider that to be a completed civic duty. But they vote every day with their choices as consumers. And they endorse industries or companies when they choose to work for them ...
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Changing Corporate Culture Blog

Changing the Corporate Culture Blog We are working to change corporate culture through: Workplace Culture workshops and leadership development seminars The Conscience of the Corporation initiative Transition to Impact career coaching in group and 1-on-1 settings Browse other blog categories: ...
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Act Local, Think Global

Act Local, Think Global Blog We are developing a menu of Social Impact programs which our City and National Chapters can pick and choose from, taking the ideas which make the most sense in the local context, as well as ...
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Bad Manners

Bad Manners is not your grandma’s cookbook. It is an LA-based website and cookbook company chock full of amazing plant-based recipes exploding with flavor. The recipes have enough sass and profanity to make it feel like your friend is reading ...
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Who said anything about Easy?

At a corporate workshop recently, we were discussing how and when to take a stand when confronted with morally dubious decisions at work. Changing jobs was discussed as one possibility and a manager said “It’s not that easy” And they ...
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How do you convince a CEO?

I was a guest on a podcast recently and the host asked me, “How do you convince a CEO to take their company in a more impactful direction?” “We don’t”, was my answer. Because for now most of our energy ...
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SotG Clubs

. . . . . . . . SotG Clubs - SotG Clubs in most cases will be extensions of the SotG discussion groups, but with additional regular activities, such as: Organizing discussion lunches or dinners in public venuesCommunity improvement ...
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SotG Clubs

. . . . . . SotG Clubs - SotG Clubs in most cases will be extensions of the SotG discussion groups, but with additional regular activities, such as: Organizing discussion lunches or dinners in public venuesCommunity improvement projectsSotG Conferences ...
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Actually ‘Grandfit’ vs. Greenwashing #2

What to do? We pursue a concept of suitability for grandchildren that is as consistent as possible. For us, sustainability is, to a certain extent, an essential aspect of our business model, with which we try to differentiate ourselves from ...
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Career Transition #3

Beginnings (Where You Must Decide to Start) Several years ago, career researcher Herminia Ibarra from the London Business School wrote a fascinating article in the Harvard Business Review about unconventional strategies for career transitions. Her first point might be the ...
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WEF – Or the meta level of Greenwashing

As for almost everything that systematically goes wrong on a small scale, an upstream and higher-level structure is needed where the course is set for future grievances in everyday life. The recently held WEF in Davos provided a prime example ...
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Career Transition #2

Career Stages (A Little Theory Doesn’t Hurt) In all this, I stumbled again upon Lynda Gratton’s great book “The 100-Year Life” (recommended for everyone interested in career transitions), especially her chapter about “Explorers” reminds me about the privilege of my ...
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Actually ‘Grandfit’ vs. Greenwashing #1

We are committed to the concept of sustainability in its ecological, social and economic dimensions. Time to clear up a big misunderstanding in the ever-present sustainability discourse. The keyword sustainability has become an integral part of any marketing strategy. In ...
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Career Transition #1

The End (A Good Place to Begin) Since many years I’m fascinated with the topic of career and living a fulfilled “good” professional life to the extent that I did a qualitative research project on the topic next to my ...
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Personal Accountability

Taking responsibility for sustainable management rarely goes from one day to the next, and often it doesn't work alone. With the Spirit Of The Game Foundation, a broad and generally accessible basis is now being created, which will make it ...
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