August 2017 Wholeness Hangout
Sharing the power of the Three Principles in business settings
This month Dr. Ken Manning of Insight Principles Institute shared his experience bringing the Three Principles into business settings. This Hangout will be of particular interest to coaches and consultants who are curious about the ways in which the Three Principles are relevant to corporate engagements and how to incorporate the Three Principles Principles effectively in their work.
This conversation is an opportunity to sample what Ken and his partner, Robin Charbit, will be teaching in Invisible Power: Principles Behind Personal Capacity, a three-day workshop September 8-10, 2017. Join us to see more clearly where high performance in business and life really comes from—for individuals, teams, and organizations, and bring your questions about how to share this understanding effectively in the world of business.
You may find it useful to read Invisible Power: Insight Principles at Work: Everyone’s Hidden Inner Capacity, by Ken Manning and Robin Charbit. It’s an excellent introduction to the Three Principles as well as a source of inspiration and guidance for sharing them with your clients.
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About Ken Manning
Ken has been interested in finding simple solutions to help people be at their best for as long as he can remember. He pursued three degrees in psychology from Brown University, Lesley College, and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He practiced as a clinical psychologist for 20 years.
In parallel to his career in psychology, Ken also has a strong background in business, including roles in various start-ups as national sales manager, director of marketing, and advisory board member. He co-founded with his son-in-law a successful software development company, for which he is now a member of the Board of Directors.
In 1999 he began innovating ways to bring insight principles into the corporate world and joined with partner Robin Charbit to form their company Insight Principles.
Ken has been married for 30 years, has two stepdaughters, a son, and five grandchildren. He plays the piano, loves the outdoors and all kinds of sports and exercise, travel, photography, woodworking, and spending time with family and friends.
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Resources for Deeper Insight into the Three Principles
The first few books listed are good introductions to the Three Principles. They are followed by books written by Sydney Banks, whose awakening was the basis for The Three Principles. After Syd’s books, you’ll find a selection of books by his students.