I’m tired! Traveling sucks something from me. But is was a great – brief – trip to Calgary.
The Youth Solvent Addiction Centers (YSAC) are doing incredible work with 1st Canadian teens. This is an incredibly resilient, caring group of people with real courage and depth. They face an impossible challenge and do it anyway.
The YSAC treatment programs are based on the medicine wheel. Four quadrants:
Of course emotional intelligence comes into that fourth one. And it pervades the way they operate. For example one of the executive directors was talking about knowing what was true with kids because we can FEEL what’s true. This attention to “deeper knowing” is probably a turn-off for some people, but it rings so true for me – even with my rather scientific world-view.
Today I’m working on our new EQ Leadership curriculum.
I’ve also been working on revising the materials around our Organizational Climate Index. Currently working on a new version of the report. Much fun!
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