Archive for March, 2011

Stepping Into New Possibilities in Japan

Posted by Bob Stilger on March 28, 2011

In a week I’ll be headed back to my beloved Japan.  What will I find there?  Community.  Friends and family.  Colleagues. Grief.  Destruction. Possibility. Fear. Hope.  All those and more.  My heart quivers some.  I am almost overwhelmed by all the images and stories that have flooded in over the last two weeks since the Read full post

Collaboration: Essential Ingredient for Resilience

Posted by Tatiana Glad on March 23, 2011

A new insight emerged – as it usually does – in a conversation between friends. Bob has been a long time sparring partner for me and so when I was reflecting on a year’s project of co-creating and activating a new collaboration model within our Hub, it was Bob I turned to for his usual Read full post

Quaking in Japan

Posted by Bob Stilger on March 13, 2011

My heart reaches out to Japan wondering what I can do to help.  How do I witness this disaster from a distance in a way that helps to restore community and build more resilience? Stay connected.  Stay connected.  Stay connected.  Those are the words that dance across my heartmind.  So I tweet and retweet.  I Read full post

The Art of a True Move

Posted by Bob Stilger on

I first met Arawana Hayashi in the summer of 2004 at the Shambhala Authentic Leadership Institute (now ALIA — www.aliainstitute.org).  It was my first time participating in the Institute.  That year we’d organized an Intergenerational Dialogue on Leadership which was the ancestor for the dialogue held earlier this year in Tokyo.  I was looking forward Read full post