The Practice of Self-Management: A Handbook for Walking the Path from Reactivity to Presence and Connection

The Practice of Self-Management: A Handbook for Walking the Path from Reactivity to Presence and Connection

by Christopher Forman, Bryan Ungard
The Practice of Self-Management: A Handbook for Walking the Path from Reactivity to Presence and Connection

The Practice of Self-Management: A Handbook for Walking the Path from Reactivity to Presence and Connection

by Christopher Forman, Bryan Ungard

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Overview

The more centered, present, and authentic you are as an individual, the more effective you will be in your work and in your life. This has been the premise of more than fifteen years of developmental work taught at the Decurion Corporation and resulting in The Practice of Self-Management: A Handbook for Walking the Path from Reactivity to Presence and Connection. Time-tested lessons, meditations, and daily-life practices will help you to expand your awareness, deepen your understanding, and transform your connection with those around you. The practices found in this handbook do more than enhance business effectiveness. Becoming more present, reducing reactivity, and dissolving barriers between yourself and others will transform your life as a whole.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160843643
Publisher: Conscious Capitalism Press
Publication date: 10/02/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Christopher Forman is CEO of the Decurion Corporation and chairman of its subsidiaries ArcLight Cinemas, Pacific Theatres, and Robertson Properties Group. He is cofounder of Citizens of the World Charter Schools and the Center for Humanity. He received degrees in history, philosophy, and business from Harvard, Oxford, and Stanford. He has practiced Iyengar yoga and various forms of Eastern and Western meditation for more than twenty years.



Bryan Ungard is chief purpose officer of Decurion Management Company. He is accountable for the ways in which Decurion operates its businesses so there is no trade-off between excellent business and human flourishing. Bryan joined Decurion as its chief information officer. He received his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Hiram College and his masters of business administration from the University of Michigan. Bryan holds a 2nd-Dan black belt in aikido.

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