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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Jun 24

Josh Leonard hosts three leading experts in the field of integral policing to explore how applying big-picture, integrative frameworks could help address the complex challenges facing modern law enforcement. This post was originally published on Integral Life.

Josh Leonard hosts three leading experts in the field of integral policing to explore how applying big-picture, integrative frameworks could help address the complex challenges facing modern law enforcement. This post was originally published on Integral Life.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 May 24

One year ago, almost to the day, I wrote the essay Restoring Trust Among Regenerative Leaders. It was seen by some as a public apology, yet in truth the purpose was much deeper.Back then I was already seeing the collapse of sense-making among regenerative efforts. There simply was not enough coherence among us to say that we were functioning as a movement. So I “took one for the team” and attempted to role-model the kinds of social restoration that would be needed for coherence to increase at the movement scale.What I have seen emerge between then and now is deeply troubling.Through a

One year ago, almost to the day, I wrote the essay Restoring Trust Among Regenerative Leaders. It was seen by some as a public apology, yet in truth the purpose was much deeper.Back then I was already seeing the collapse of sense-making among regenerative efforts. There simply was not enough coherence among us to say that we were functioning as a


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 May 24

Josh Leonard and Robb Smith discuss the founding and evolution of the Institute of Applied Metatheory (IAM). They explore the urgent need for an organization that networks and supports scholar-practitioners in applying integrative metatheory to complex 21st-century challenges. The conversation reflects on the integral movement’s stages and challenges, societal shifts necessitating IAM’s emergence, and the four foundational hypotheses underpinning its work. This post was originally published on Integral Life.

Josh Leonard and Robb Smith discuss the founding and evolution of the Institute of Applied Metatheory (IAM). They explore the urgent need for an organization that networks and supports scholar-practitioners in applying integrative metatheory to complex 21st-century challenges. The conversation reflects on the integral movement’s stages and challenges, societal shifts necessitating IAM’s emergence, and the four foundational hypotheses underpinning its


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Apr 24

This article outlines the authors’ ongoing study of diversity, focusing particularly on the AQAL model as a linchpin in an evolving theory of “diversity maturity.” Recognizing the limitations of non-integral approaches to understanding and negotiating diversity dynamics, the authors explain how an integral perspectives come to inform their postconventional understanding. The authors share their preliminary theory of the diversity maturity process in which the integral vision/theory that unites diversity, complexity, and creativity is the dynamic relationship among and between quadrants, levels, lines, states, and types. The article concludes with an agenda for further theoretical and empirical inquiry. This post was

This article outlines the authors’ ongoing study of diversity, focusing particularly on the AQAL model as a linchpin in an evolving theory of “diversity maturity.” Recognizing the limitations of non-integral approaches to understanding and negotiating diversity dynamics, the authors explain how an integral perspectives come to inform their postconventional understanding. The authors share their preliminary theory of the diversity maturity


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Mar 24

Dr. Keith Witt and Corey deVos explore the concept of “turquoise dialectic” – a sophisticated form of integral discourse that emerges at the later stages of human development. Drawing upon their deep understanding of adult development and integral theory, they explore the feeling and transformative potential of the turquoise “we-space”, and how we might create the conditions for this type of conversation to unfold. This post was originally published on Integral Life.

Dr. Keith Witt and Corey deVos explore the concept of “turquoise dialectic” – a sophisticated form of integral discourse that emerges at the later stages of human development. Drawing upon their deep understanding of adult development and integral theory, they explore the feeling and transformative potential of the turquoise “we-space”, and how we might create the conditions for this type


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Mar 24

By Frederic Laloux and originally published at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at the work of Coaches, Consultants and Facilitators. Are you hoping to make an organization “Teal”? Or to help an organization become self-managed? Here are better questions that can create joy instead of misery. 5 mins 41 secs Comment guidelines (for original site of publication) My hope is for the comments below the video to surface our collective wisdom on the topic. This could enrich the videos tremendously. Have you experienced something similar in your own journey? What did you do about it? If you have something meaty to

By Frederic Laloux and originally published at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at the work of Coaches, Consultants and Facilitators. Are you hoping to make an organization “Teal”? Or to help an organization become self-managed? Here are better questions that can create joy instead of misery. 5 mins 41 secs Comment guidelines (for original site of publication) My hope is for


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 Jan 24

By Frederic Laloux and originally published at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at the work of Coaches, Consultants and Facilitators. I often get the question: what’s the best way to convince the CEO I’m working with to adopt the kind of management described in your book? ​Here is my answer. You might not like it at first, but I believe it will bring you to a deeper and more beautiful relationship with your client. Comment guidelines (for original site of publication) My hope is for the comments below the video to surface our collective wisdom on the topic. This could enrich

By Frederic Laloux and originally published at thejourney.reinventingorganizations.com Frederic Laloux looks at the work of Coaches, Consultants and Facilitators. I often get the question: what’s the best way to convince the CEO I’m working with to adopt the kind of management described in your book? ​Here is my answer. You might not like it at first, but I believe it


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Dec 23

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com I’ve been working in and around the area of self-management for about 10 years now. Overall, this management philosophy has a lot to offer but one of the things that bugs me the most about it is how it inadvertently implies there’s no longer a place for leadership. Some of the other mistruths around self-management are: You should now be able to resolve all of your own barriers and challenges, effectively working in isolation Self-Management itself will resolve all your business challenges The skills and qualities of your brightest leaders should be

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com I’ve been working in and around the area of self-management for about 10 years now. Overall, this management philosophy has a lot to offer but one of the things that bugs me the most about it is how it inadvertently implies there’s no longer a place for leadership. Some of the other


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Nov 23

By Patrizia Bittencourt and originally published on cuidadoria.com.  The distinction between leadership and management is fundamental and has often been a topic of discussion in management theories and organizational environments. We at Cuidadoria in Brazil come across a lot of confusion in our work regarding the terms management and leadership. Some claim that they are the same skills, almost like a belief that they refer to the same activity. Others understand the difference without delving into the specifics of each one. It is very common for a person to be placed in a leadership role on the basis of their

By Patrizia Bittencourt and originally published on cuidadoria.com.  The distinction between leadership and management is fundamental and has often been a topic of discussion in management theories and organizational environments. We at Cuidadoria in Brazil come across a lot of confusion in our work regarding the terms management and leadership. Some claim that they are the same skills, almost like


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Oct 23

Robb Smith is joined by Josh Leonard to explore together how IAM’s new AI-augmented mental model software, Context, can support Josh’s work as a social sector consultant, specifically in a project Josh is leading with the YMCA of San Francisco to revamp their leadership development program. This post was originally published on Integral Life.

Robb Smith is joined by Josh Leonard to explore together how IAM’s new AI-augmented mental model software, Context, can support Josh’s work as a social sector consultant, specifically in a project Josh is leading with the YMCA of San Francisco to revamp their leadership development program. This post was originally published on Integral Life.


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