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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Feb 24

By Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield and originally published at leadtogether.co Some of the questions that often come up when we talk about organizations that lead together, who don’t have managers in the traditional sense are “What happens when there’s a team member that’s causing a problem? Or “What happens when there’s somebody that the organization needs to let go of?” In this blog post, Lead Together co-authors Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield share their thoughts on how self-managing organizations could approach exiting colleagues. Question: What are some of the common exit paths Brent Lowe: I’ll start by talking about

By Brent Lowe and Susan Basterfield and originally published at leadtogether.co Some of the questions that often come up when we talk about organizations that lead together, who don’t have managers in the traditional sense are “What happens when there’s a team member that’s causing a problem? Or “What happens when there’s somebody that the organization needs to let go


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 May 23

Catherine Jaeger from Inspired Teams interviews Malcolm Colman-Shearer, originally published here. Malcolm Colman-Shearer’s needs weren’t being met in his banking IT job in New Zealand,  so he left to find an environment that was more socially oriented where relationships were important.  Jumping the safety and confinement of that corporate ship, he’s now leading the life of an entrepreneur. He’s a member of Enspiral, a worldwide collective of individuals who not only believe in, but practice, a new way of organizing; and is the founder of Optimi, where he really follows his meaning and purpose by assisting clients in optimizing their

Catherine Jaeger from Inspired Teams interviews Malcolm Colman-Shearer, originally published here. Malcolm Colman-Shearer’s needs weren’t being met in his banking IT job in New Zealand,  so he left to find an environment that was more socially oriented where relationships were important.  Jumping the safety and confinement of that corporate ship, he’s now leading the life of an entrepreneur. He’s a


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Dec 19

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an easeful life, e.g. less fear of police, less corrupt institutions, more social connectedness, more intact welfare state. [Note I said by international comparison: also a lotta ppl have a terrible life in NZ.]The thing I call “peace” is encoded in the

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 17 Dec 19

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an easeful life, e.g. less fear of police, less corrupt institutions, more social connectedness, more intact welfare state. [Note I said by international comparison: also a lotta ppl have a terrible life in NZ.]The thing I call “peace” is encoded in the

Photo of Piopiotahi (Milford Sound) by Peter HammerA lot of 1st-time visitors to Aotearoa New Zealand have an experience they can’t articulate e.g. they might say “I feel like I’ve come home at last”.I think what’s happening is that they meet a critical mass of peace and don’t know the word for it.Compared to other nations, a lot of NZ people have an


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