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Institute for InterGroup Understanding
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Lying is not allowed.

Truth has logistical value and leaders who want their organization to do well can benefit by making truth an expectation for everyone on their team.

We invent and create cultures in every setting. Cultures are created by identifying the values and expectations we want in each setting.

We need to be explicit about values and we need to enforce and reinforce our expectations for our values.

It is a good thing to build telling the truth into the cultures you create.
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What are the differences between Sun Tzu’s The Art of War and the InterGroup Institute’s The Art of InterGroup #Peace? New blog via #George Halvorson http://bit.ly/2AgzLQp
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At the core of the Intergroup Peace strategy, we need to be skilled and good at creating a legitimate sense of “us” in each setting — and we need to avoid having people in any setting where we aspire to create Peace being perceived by other people in that setting to be “Them.”

Listen to George C. Halvorson narrate his book, The Art of InterGroup Peace here: https://www.intergroupinstitute.org/books/the-art-of-intergroup-peace
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This book explains why it is so important to help support brain development in every child in the first three years of life and why healthy eating and active living can cut the level of chronic disease in America by more than half.

The majority of health care costs in America result from chronic disease and we can have a huge impact on those diseases if we choose to make that agenda a strategy for our country.

#healthcare
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George C. Halvorson's latest +HuffPost article is up. Click below and give it a read.
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Dr. Beatrice Beebe and her team of researchers from Columbia University have written an amazing book that looks at the powerful and life changing impacts of mother-infant interactions in the first weeks and first months of life.

Her book uses dozens of drawings done from video recordings of mother-child interactions taken at roughly 100 days old for each child, and shows how those mother-child interactions can predict — with an extremely high level of accuracy — the emotional status and the infant attachment patterns and levels that will exist at one year of life for each of the infants they studied.
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