A powerful new take on imposter syndrome and mental health, "Everyone Has a Sam" invites you to shift your relationship to self-doubt and step more into leadership.
"More than a book, reading through this work is an emotional journey, I felt it in my body and my mind, and my heart lifted up when the inner critic gets seen for what it really is."
-- Sylvia Boorstein, cofounder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and author of "It's Easier Than You Think"
Unleash your leadership potential and shift team culture with this one-of-a-kind experience of a book.
Know that inner voice that says we're not good enough, too much this or not enough that? That's the inner critic, or imposter syndrome, and it holds us back from stepping into the power of our leadership. Rosi Greenberg invites us to explore the origins of our self-doubt, see its positive intent while saying no to its negative impact, and offer ourselves and others a new, more empathic inner voice.
'Everyone Has a Sam' is a fresh take on personal development, bringing together the vulnerability and psychology of Brene Brown with the humor and illustrations of Shel Silverstein, all with the foundations of cutting-edge leadership development from Harvard University. Rosi Greenberg brings Internal Family Systems psychology to life with simple illustrations and poignant text.
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Threaded among examples of conflict, struggle, and change in organizations, communities, and society is the compelling personal story that led Subar to her community of practice at Dragonfly, advising leaders in social justice organizations on organizational and advocacy strategy. With lucid charts and graphs by Rosi Greenberg, When to Talk and When to Fight is a brilliant new way of talking about how we change the world. In his foreword, Douglas Stone, coauthor of the international best-seller Difficult Conversations, makes the case that negotiators need this language. In a separate foreword, Esteban Kelly, cofounder of AORTA Anti-Oppression Resource and Training Alliance, explains why radicals and progressives need it. If you are a change-maker, you will soon find yourself speaking this language.
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This book is a ground-breaking guide for leaders, consultants and facilitators who are eager to stop fighting symptoms and address the real underlying causes.