Expressing the relationship between the parts & the whole. We teach leadership concepts through Bowen Family Systems Theory and life experiences while giving a vocabulary and framework to leadership. The monthly podcast with the guys includes: interviews with local leaders, in-depth teaching of concepts and more.
[OF] A Book Review : Unwinding Anxiety by Judson Brewer
In this episode the OF Crew takes a look at Judson Brewer's book Unwinding Anxiety. Judson Brewer applies Cognitive Behavioral Theory, alongside a meditatively-inspired awareness perspective to understand and approaching the underlying processes that generate the and perpetuate anxiety. It's an interesting lens to look at and see what Bowen's Theory tells us about and alongside Jud's work.
Singles Tennis isn't For Couples (ft. Friedman's Fables - Net Results)
In this episode, the OF crew does an "Interactive Read-aloud" where we listen to one of Friedman's Fables, by Edwin Friedman. In this short fable, we see various relational dynamics in this hypothetical couple's tennis game that many people will be able to relate to.
Geert's Hofstede's study has found the United States as the most individualistic culture in the world. The [of] crew examines this with the Bowen Family System's Theory lens and the tenant of individuality vs. togetherness.
The Leader's Journey - A Book Analysis
The Leader's Journey by Herrington, Creech and Taylor, uses System's theory whilst looking at church congregations. The [of] crew analyzes their most intrigued portions.
A Systems View of CRT
The [of] crew tackles a controversial topic from up in the Murray Bowen system tree.
Avenues of Change: A Case Study
Guest Jessica Guider joins the [of] crew to reflect on her ever-changing goals and life events that has shaped her as a leader.
John, Alec and Zac bring a fresh perspective to leadership and always keep it lively. I like when they have guests on who also have good stories and next to share. Quality production, keep it up!
Value and understanding
Subject of program clear. It is stated at the start of the meeging. As things moves along, it would be good to restate subject to restate it and keep everyone on track. . Alex should slow down some on speech for better understanding. Good examples presented showing problems, with examples on how to respond or act for positive outcome. Mr Bowan would be pleased.
Astoundingly relevant and useful
I don’t know how I stumbled upon this podcast because the “leadership” category might have turned me away, but every single episode has given me at least one of those moments when someone articulates some vague thought that has been rattling around in your head and you are stunned with relief and validation. Topics are applicable in many different areas of life and relationships.