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Diversity Through the Lens of Developmental Psychology

What is diversity? Why does it matter? How can it be achieved?   These questions have been hotly debated for at least the last 50 years. But, what progress has been made in answering them? Looking through the lens of developmental psychology, Robert Kegan (1994) argues that diversity progress is Read the full article…

Inquiring Into Paradigm and Value Shifts

As I conduct my doctoral studies I will do my best to post the papers I write. I hope these papers serve to stimulate your thinking, raise questions, and perhaps even reach new insights about your work or life. These papers are often written according to the style guidelines of Read the full article…

I Know Little, Therefore I Am—Valuable

Searching for Answers In my doctoral studies I was asked to write about the tension between questions and answers. Dr David Willis and Dr. Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu said: “This tension can be expressed in our need for mastery and our ability to embrace mystery. How much do we need to pursue Read the full article…

“Why Do You Want to Get a PhD?”

PhD? Well, it’s official. I’m now a PhD student in the school of Human and Organizational Development at Fielding Graduate University. I’m sure you are thinking the same question my wife asked: “Why Do You Want to Get a PhD?” Follow-up question: “Are you crazy?” As you can imagine, I’ve Read the full article…

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