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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Aug 22

“We must hold space for change.” Reimagining Unconference: People, Power, & Possibility of Work https://www.reimaginingunconference.com/who-we-are The Invitation We invite you to join us on August 18, 2022, for the inaugural Reimagining Unconference: People, Power & Possibility of Work, to reflect on what work is and what it can be. Using a hybrid Plenary and Open Space format we desire to hold space for new ways of gathering that foster generative ideation and community co-creation. Our hope is to move from conception to inspired individual and collective change. Who should attend? This gathering brings together diverse human beings who are committed …

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“We must hold space for change.” Reimagining Unconference: People, Power, & Possibility of Work https://www.reimaginingunconference.com/who-we-are The Invitation We invite you to join us on August 18, 2022, for the inaugural Reimagining Unconference: People, Power & Possibility of Work, to reflect on what work is and what it can be. Using a hybrid Plenary and Open Space format we desire to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Jul 22

By Ted J. Rau and originally published on medium.com Author’s Note for Enlivening Edge Magazine readers: Many organizations want to “partner” when they get excited about each other’s visions and activities. Yet, partnering can mean very different things – between shared operations and partnerships that only express mutual support on the websites. What’s tricky about partnerships is that they typically exist between particular units of organizations, especially when those organizations are self-organized. This article by Ted Rau lays out the different versions of partnerships and shows how they work in self-organized contexts.  Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: Here is a …

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By Ted J. Rau and originally published on medium.com Author’s Note for Enlivening Edge Magazine readers: Many organizations want to “partner” when they get excited about each other’s visions and activities. Yet, partnering can mean very different things – between shared operations and partnerships that only express mutual support on the websites. What’s tricky about partnerships is that they typically …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Apr 22

We at Enlivening Edge would like to call your attention to this upcoming event of our next-stage organizational ecosystem partner. Sociocracy for All’s 5th annual Global Sociocracy Conference 2022 – Online and multilingual April 27th, 2022    12:30 – 20:00 UTC ✸ The practice of inner sociocracy ✸ Cross-connections in sociocracy ✸ Sociocracy at the workplace ✸ Paradigm shifting ✸ Sociocracy roleplaying games ✸ Restorative practices ✸ Self -managed teams ✸ Human resources in sociocracy ✸ Power dynamics ✸ Diversity and inclusion ✸ Facilitation practices ✸ Permaculture and sociocracy ✸ Integrating objections ✸ Somatic practices ✸ Exploring power and transparency ✸ Playing …

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We at Enlivening Edge would like to call your attention to this upcoming event of our next-stage organizational ecosystem partner. Sociocracy for All’s 5th annual Global Sociocracy Conference 2022 – Online and multilingual April 27th, 2022    12:30 – 20:00 UTC ✸ The practice of inner sociocracy ✸ Cross-connections in sociocracy ✸ Sociocracy at the workplace ✸ Paradigm shifting ✸ Sociocracy roleplaying …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Dec 21

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine It’s that time of year when everyone is doing a look-back and look-forward. This won’t be an exception, but it will be an upper! Possibly the most frequently-asked question Enlivening Edge receives is some version of “Is there anyone else who is doing anything around next-stage organizations in my (country) (kind of organization) (sector of society) (etc.)?” Just the other day we got “Has anyone ever applied the principles of Teal organizations to startups? We are a passionate group wanting to create one.” We can always reply “Yes, plenty is happening,” no matter …

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By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine It’s that time of year when everyone is doing a look-back and look-forward. This won’t be an exception, but it will be an upper! Possibly the most frequently-asked question Enlivening Edge receives is some version of “Is there anyone else who is doing anything around next-stage organizations in my (country) (kind of organization) …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Oct 21

Celebrate Teal Festival Brazil! Cuidadoria supports the Teal Brasil Festival, which will take place on November 10, bringing cases of Brazilian companies that are implementing practices that are reinventing the ways of working in their daily lives. The Festival will have the presence of Frederic Laloux, author of Reinventando as Organizações. Check it out and participate . Other speakers include and[…]

Celebrate Teal Festival Brazil! Cuidadoria supports the Teal Brasil Festival, which will take place on November 10, bringing cases of Brazilian companies that are implementing practices that are reinventing the ways of working in their daily lives. The Festival will have the presence of Frederic Laloux, author of Reinventando as Organizações. Check it out and participate . Other speakers include …

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