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Mark Federman
Attended University of Toronto OISE
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Insightful facilitation. Mindful leadership and executive guidance. Great environments of engagement. Organization transformation. Organization therapy and healing.
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Transformation, engagement, insight... and salsa dancing!
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Organizational therapist, philosopher & facilitator. I create great environments of engagement in leadership, workplaces, media & culture. I also teach salsa.
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  • University of Toronto OISE
    Ph.D. Adult Ed & Counselling Psych, 2005 - 2010
  • University of Toronto
    McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology, 2000 - 2005

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"He draws people out of their comfort zone,” he said, “but he does it subtly, challenging them with his openness and his commitment to change. He ends up making them rise to the occasion. He doesn’t just synthesize and sell a...
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danah boyd poses an interesting question over on LinkedIn: "How would you define work in a networked world?" The article is a thought-provoking read and worth the time for the issues it raises. Here's...
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What's a low-level leader in a big bureaucracy to do?
Advice for the Leader-lorn is a periodic column that responds to leadership-related queries from the contemporary workplace. I invite your questions. Today's question comes from a civil servant located somewhere in Canada: I...
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Interested in innovation and creativity in your organization? Then don't tolerate abusive behaviours from leaders. But if you are abusive, then make sure people believe you're only doing it to get ahead!
I'm in the process of developing a new Certificate in Innovation Leadership that Adler will offer in 2014 in conjunction with HRPA. It comes from several talks I've done over the past several months on Enabling an Environment...
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In a commitment culture, literally anything is possible. Fat carrots and big stick not required.
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Tactility and the Inverse Performance Review
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’Tis the season for Oscar announcements, breaking New Year’s resolutions, and perhaps among the most dreaded of annual rituals, the Performa

Officially Announcing: Adler’s Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership &a...
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"I don't want them to believe me, I just want them to think." - Marshall McLuhan. "It requires a very unusual mind to undertake the analysis

Video Trailer: Adler's Certificate in Leadership & Organization,...
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"I don't want them to believe me, I just want them to think." - Marshall McLuhan. "It requires a very unusual mind to undertake the analysis

And the Researcher Impact and Effectiveness Award Goes to: Marina Gutman!
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Regular readers will know that when I refer to “effectiveness,” I specifically mean, “are we enabling and creating the effects we intend amo

How - Not Who - Do You Hire?
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Like most people whose digiSelf has a presence on LinkedIn, I receive the periodic “Jobs You May Be Interested In” email. Not that I'm activ

More on The End of Vision
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"I don't want them to believe me, I just want them to think." - Marshall McLuhan. "It requires a very unusual mind to und

Take Me to Your Leaders
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A few weeks ago, I led a colloquium at Adler based on my popular keynote, Take Me to Your Leaders. During the talk, I explore the notion tha

Take Me to Your Leaders
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"Take Me to Your Leaders" is Mark Federman's lecture from the March, 2012 Colloquium at Adler Graduate Professional School in Toronto. It ex

What is the (Next) Message?: A Master's Degree in Leadership and Organiz...
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I dont want them to believe me I just want them to think Marshall McLuhan. It requires a very unusual mind to undertake the analysis of the obvious Alfred ...

What is the (Next) Message?: Academic Stuff that Simply Make Me Smile
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I dont want them to believe me I just want them to think Marshall McLuhan. It requires a very unusual mind to undertake the analysis of the obvious Alfred ...

What is the (Next) Message?: Interested in Contributing to a New Masters...
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I dont want them to believe me I just want them to think Marshall McLuhan. It requires a very unusual mind to undertake the analysis of the obvious Alfred ...

Why it's okay to outsource your memory to the cloud
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New research seems to show that our memories are less accurate when we know the information is stored somewhere else. Some feel that this is