FREE DOWNLOAD Management Zen is a Spanish translation of our first book, The Zen of Groups - A handbook for people meeting with purpose ( 1992). Management Zen was originally published in Argentina and has been out of print for a number of years. Spanish speakers may enjoy reading this version. Do download and use.The … Continue reading The Zen of Groups – Spanish translation
Category: Book Review
Facilitating Peer Support Groups and Peer Development Groups
To effectively facilitate peer support and development groups requires a combination of intentionality, structure, purpose and a supportive culture. Peer support and development support groups work best when they are relatively small and contain six or less people in size. A small group of people that you consider are your peers can come together around … Continue reading Facilitating Peer Support Groups and Peer Development Groups
The Future Beckons
Dale Hunter is the primary author of Zenergy Global books and programmes. An active and curious reader herself, here are Dale's reflections on the books presently on her table. By Dale Hunter.
Book Review: The Art of Facilitation
“The Art of Facilitation seamlessly translates from community to corporate application, and is a Must Read for anyone who facilitates groups of people. A truly New Zealand perspective on communication that acknowledges the humanity behind our daily interaction, and made me personally review my practices. In an ideal world this would be compulsory reading at secondary schools and endorsed as complement to Sun Tsu’s Art of War in corporate strategy.”
The Future by Al Gore
A question asked of Gore when he was on the road eight years ago was: ”What are the drivers of Global change?” He answered it at the time by listing the ‘usual suspects’ and left it at that. However, the question kept him thinking and demanding a more precise, accurate and detailed answer.
Other People’s Wars by Nicky Hager
In this book Nicky Hager has proven once again to be a formidable investigative journalist. With the unofficial help from some New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) personnel, together with the Ombudsman’s office, and Wikileaks, Hager shines a bright light into the dark recesses between the NZ parliament and the NZ military and intelligence agencies.