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

By the Bhāvanā Learning Group from their February 7, 2024 newsletter citing original sources This week, we share an article, a video, and a podcast episode to offer a perspective on Attention. This special digest includes pieces of content lasting more than our usual 30-min digest time. As leaders, paying attention to our focus and awareness is vital. All too often, our clients express concern about performance and aren’t aware of the conditions for performance. The way attention shows up in awareness, focus, reflection, discernment, perspective, and concentration — are all vital to performance. We cannot simply breathe for 20

By the Bhāvanā Learning Group from their February 7, 2024 newsletter citing original sources This week, we share an article, a video, and a podcast episode to offer a perspective on Attention. This special digest includes pieces of content lasting more than our usual 30-min digest time. As leaders, paying attention to our focus and awareness is vital. All too


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

By Marc-Peter Pijper and originally published on corporate-rebels.com Yesterday, I caught my son sneaking a cookie, lovingly baked by his twin sisters, from the jar just before dinner. As a parent, I had a choice to make: Wait until the end of the year to address his behavior or offer immediate feedback and guidance. Now let’s be honest, of course I provided direct feedback because it’s what really makes a difference and simply creates the most impact. While resolving this parenting dilemma is a no-brainer, the traditional annual performance review in the workplace seems to create a much harder choice. All

By Marc-Peter Pijper and originally published on corporate-rebels.com Yesterday, I caught my son sneaking a cookie, lovingly baked by his twin sisters, from the jar just before dinner. As a parent, I had a choice to make: Wait until the end of the year to address his behavior or offer immediate feedback and guidance. Now let’s be honest, of course I


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Nov 23

By Konrad Olesiewicz for Enlivening Edge Magazine For some it might be very challenging to fully embrace next–stage values and practices and embody them. It often requires a dramatic perspective shift beyond purely cognitive understanding. This article highlights why and how individual practice of Internal Family Systems® (IFS®) might be conducive to helping struggling team members or aspiring practitioners deeply understand and embrace the foundations of next–stage practices in organizational settings through direct personal experience. The basic premise of IFS® is that our personality is composed of parts that are like subpersonalities with their own qualities and perspectives. Another one

By Konrad Olesiewicz for Enlivening Edge Magazine For some it might be very challenging to fully embrace next–stage values and practices and embody them. It often requires a dramatic perspective shift beyond purely cognitive understanding. This article highlights why and how individual practice of Internal Family Systems® (IFS®) might be conducive to helping struggling team members or aspiring practitioners deeply


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Oct 23

By Dirk Jan Versluis for Enlivening Edge Magazine The subtitle of Frederic Laloux’s popular book Reinventing Organizations includes the phrase ‘next stage of human consciousness.’ A next stage of consciousness inevitably introduces new paradigms of thought. In this article I will shed some light on a new paradigm that integrates two apparently different concepts from different fields: Leadership and Trauma. Unresolved traces of trauma and the resulting destructive patterns often have a simple effect: they stand in the way of expansion and self-actualization. Being aware of our own trauma-created wounds, blocks and shadow-parts is inevitably part of our ‘striving for

By Dirk Jan Versluis for Enlivening Edge Magazine The subtitle of Frederic Laloux’s popular book Reinventing Organizations includes the phrase ‘next stage of human consciousness.’ A next stage of consciousness inevitably introduces new paradigms of thought. In this article I will shed some light on a new paradigm that integrates two apparently different concepts from different fields: Leadership and Trauma.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Oct 23

By Mark Eddleston and originally published on New Ways of Working substack Feedback is for sure one of the key patterns found in progressive organisations. It’s one of the tools that teams need most – a shortcut to improvement and better collaboration. Done well, feedback will help your colleagues, your team and your organisation. And receiving feedback about the impact you’re having on other people is a huge (often untapped) source of personal growth. We are all better off if we understand our impact on others. For these reasons and more, feedback features in my New Ways of Working playbook and online course.

By Mark Eddleston and originally published on New Ways of Working substack Feedback is for sure one of the key patterns found in progressive organisations. It’s one of the tools that teams need most – a shortcut to improvement and better collaboration. Done well, feedback will help your colleagues, your team and your organisation. And receiving feedback about the impact


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 10 Oct 23

By Charlie Efford and originally published on Linkedin As I started to tune into the idea of conscious leadership (and the plethora of related ideas), my first thought was – how do I define what a conscious leader is? Once I had a definition, I could create a model and teach people how to become one. Logical, rational and completely aligned with a reductionist view of the world. (The idea that we can explain everything by understanding its component parts). Conscious leadership needs time to emerge I set off on my quest and read lots of articles that confidently stated

By Charlie Efford and originally published on Linkedin As I started to tune into the idea of conscious leadership (and the plethora of related ideas), my first thought was – how do I define what a conscious leader is? Once I had a definition, I could create a model and teach people how to become one. Logical, rational and completely


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Aug 23

By Travis Marsh and originally published on Lead Together Parting ways with an organization is never easy. When it comes to exiting colleagues, leaders usually walk three common paths. The first one is acting fast. If someone consistently fails to meet expectations or live by the company’s values, most managers would ask that person to leave. Others prefer to act slower and give individuals time to improve their performance and behavior on their own, which may be impossible if they don’t know what to improve. The third path is trying to fix the person by staging an intervention. If someone

By Travis Marsh and originally published on Lead Together Parting ways with an organization is never easy. When it comes to exiting colleagues, leaders usually walk three common paths. The first one is acting fast. If someone consistently fails to meet expectations or live by the company’s values, most managers would ask that person to leave. Others prefer to act


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Jul 23

By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers Do you know that feeling, that you’re not living life to the full? That something is a bit off? There may well be a destination or a higher purpose for you, but somehow that feels vague, and so you don’t pay much attention to these feelings. You’re not alone in this. Many people who are curious about their essence allow misgivings to hold them back. These are my own top five: 1 What am I really saying yes to? In a sense, discovering your own purpose feels like taking the red

By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers Do you know that feeling, that you’re not living life to the full? That something is a bit off? There may well be a destination or a higher purpose for you, but somehow that feels vague, and so you don’t pay much attention to these feelings. You’re not alone in this.


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

This introduction is from the January 2023 newsletter of the Teal Team and the article is published by Larissa Conte of Wayfinding, Inc. Introduction by the Teal Team: The concept of power lies at the heart of Teal: discovering the power of purpose, seizing your personal power, and learning to share power humbly with others. But we’re not good at talking about power, not comfortable with openly acknowledging it. Naming and acknowledging 30 different types of power at work helps us understand that our individual combination of powers are unique, power is manifest and exercised in multiple ways, and that

This introduction is from the January 2023 newsletter of the Teal Team and the article is published by Larissa Conte of Wayfinding, Inc. Introduction by the Teal Team: The concept of power lies at the heart of Teal: discovering the power of purpose, seizing your personal power, and learning to share power humbly with others. But we’re not good at


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

Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: Synchronisticly, here is another article related to the upcoming EE Community Conversation April 20 reflecting together on self-care. Register by April 15 to receive access information or email alia@enliveningedge.org after the 15th. By Elizabeth Solomon and originally published in the Teal Team January 2023 newsletter. This quarter’s Teal tips are on WHOLISM, a primary principle of Teal. Tip 1—Grief Steamrolling: In a recent webinar titled ‘Is Work Broken?’ Jane Peterson shared this Tik Tok video. This video testimonial is a sobering and honest window into what so many people are grappling with right now: feeling

Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: Synchronisticly, here is another article related to the upcoming EE Community Conversation April 20 reflecting together on self-care. Register by April 15 to receive access information or email alia@enliveningedge.org after the 15th. By Elizabeth Solomon and originally published in the Teal Team January 2023 newsletter. This quarter’s Teal tips are on WHOLISM, a primary principle


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