Right use of power is a dynamic, inspiring, and relational approact to ethical awareness. In a time of great misuse of power, it offers sound guidance for an emerging ethic that brings compassion to power. Original and engaging, the approach highlights four dimensions of personal and professional power: Be Informed, Be Compassionate, Be Connected, Be Skillful. This book provides the skills to use power with heart.
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Cedar Barstow, M.Ed., C.H.T. brings 25 years of experience as a Hakomi Body Psychotherapist, international Trainer, and Ethics Consultant to the development of this approach to compassion and wisdom. She conducts Right Use of Power workshops and trains facilitators to present programs.Review:
This is an outstanding resource guide. It is comprehensive, clear, inspirational, and practical. A great contribution to a shift in ethics education. --Angeles Arrien, Ph.D. author of "The Four-Fold Way"
I know of nothing quite like this book. It offers a wealth of useful, exquisitely organized information; a valuable resource which both informs and delights. On the subject of ethics, it can't be topped. --Ron Kurtz, author of "Body Centered Psychotherapy: The Hakomi Method"
Cedar Barstow elevates the entire discussion of ethical issues far above a philosophy of "avoiding legal issues," to a philosophy of service with highest regard for humanity and the processes that facilitate a higher moral ground. --Laura Dodson, M.S.W., Ph.D., author of "Virginia Satir: Her Life and Circle of Influence"
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