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In a Huffington Post article on Monday, Fordham University professor and business coach, Isabel Rimanoczy, writes on the benefits of partnership culture in executive leadership. After years of witnessing "a cuture of harshness and hardness", in which power and authority are used to settle conflicts...
August 28, 2014|News|Read More »
The United Nations and the Gender and Development Network have just announced that unpaid care work will be included in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals, the post-2015 iteration of the UN's Millenium Development Goals. This inclusion reflects the growing conversation and rising...
August 27, 2014|News|Read More »
"The status of women is a greater predictor of a nation's long-term prosperity than GDP is", Brie Mathers says, citing work by the Center for Partnership Studies (CPS) and highlighting the importance of addressing the status of women worldwide for a hopeful future. Start at 4:35 to hear Brie's...
July 20, 2014|News|Read More »
This article was originally published on Management Today
EMPLOYEE WELLBEING POLICIES ARE NO LONGER AN ‘OPTIONAL EXTRA’ BUT ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF RUNNING A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH
It’s been a difficult few years in many workplaces. Pay and conditions have been frozen or...
July 17, 2014|News|Read More »
Social Wealth: Implementing Caring Econmics in Monterey County developed by CEC team member Natalie Cox at the request of a Monterey County Board of Supervisors member who is also a graduate of the CELP Leadership and Learning online program, provides a model for other counties and local, state,...
July 13, 2014|News|Read More »
Recently published in the journal, Kosmos: Co-Creating the New Civilization, Dr. Eisler's feature article Cultural Transformation: Building a Partnership World boldly and critically explores what is necessary for the move toward a more equitable and less violent world.
June 13, 2014|News|Read More »
Riane Eisler and Teddie Potter’s new book on Partnership Healthcare, Transforming Interprofessional Partnerships: A New Framework for Nursing and Partnership-Based Health Care, is now available.
Co-authored by Riane Eisler with University of Minnesota nursing...
January 29, 2014|News|Read More »
Unpaid and Undervalued Care Work Keeps Women on the Brink
By Riane Eisler and Kimberly Otis, Center for Partnership Studies
Women do most of the care work in families; they care for children, the elderly, the sick, and the disabled. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, women devote more than...
January 29, 2014|Blog Post|Read More »