The U.S. constitution says the pursuit of happiness is an unalienable right, has the definition of happiness changed? Dr. Albert Linderman explores the idea of personal happiness and relation to today’s society.
Albert Linderman, Ph.D., CEO of Sagis Corporation, is a cultural anthropologist guiding community change and leadership transitions. He currently directs Rapid City Collective Impact, a multi-year initiative for improving life and living in the city, particularly for those facing significant social service needs. Over the past few years Linderman worked with collective impact work in Woodbury, Minnesota, and leadership transitions for several major Minnesota health care organizations as well as for the Alliance of Community Health Plans in Washington, D.C. He is author of Why the world around you isn’t as it appears (2012, SteinerBooks), and lead author of "Surfacing and transferring expert knowledge: the sense making interview" Human Resource Development International, 2011, Volume 14, Issue 3, Pages 353-362, and "Sense Making and Knowledge Transfer: Capturing the Knowledge and Wisdom of Nursing Leaders" Journal of Professional Nursing 2015, Volume 31, Issue 4, Pages 290–297.
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