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

By Shelley J. Doyle for Enlivening Edge Magazine The theme for Februaryā€™s EE Community Conversation was Love, in recognition of Valentineā€™s Day. Host Doug Breitbart offered the group an eye-opening reminder of what intimacy really means: into-me-see. Before delving into our breakout rooms, we were encouraged to have honest and deep conversations, free from judgment, and with 100% presence. In the breakout space, we covered the topic of Love in relation to work environments. I shared a personal account of feeling love in the workplace around 15 years ago; at that time, I worked in London at a boutique PR …

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By Shelley J. Doyle for Enlivening Edge Magazine The theme for Februaryā€™s EE Community Conversation was Love, in recognition of Valentineā€™s Day. Host Doug Breitbart offered the group an eye-opening reminder of what intimacy really means: into-me-see. Before delving into our breakout rooms, we were encouraged to have honest and deep conversations, free from judgment, and with 100% presence. In …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 Jan 22

Lisa Gill interviews Jos de Blok, originally published at leadermorphosis.co Jos de Blok is the founder of Buurtzorg, a home care organisation in the Netherlands with 15,000 nurses and no managers. We talk about how their decentralised, human approach has helped them during the pandemic, why he believes ā€˜protocolising thingsā€™ in organisations does damage, and his advice for leaders and traditional top-down organisations that are embarking on transformation processes. It was an honour to talk to one of my heroes and to hear him speak with such heart. Enjoy! 57 min 29 secs. Listen here. Resources: My interview with the …

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Lisa Gill interviews Jos de Blok, originally published at leadermorphosis.co Jos de Blok is the founder of Buurtzorg, a home care organisation in the Netherlands with 15,000 nurses and no managers. We talk about how their decentralised, human approach has helped them during the pandemic, why he believes ā€˜protocolising thingsā€™ in organisations does damage, and his advice for leaders and …

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

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Is ā€œresilienceā€ important to you? Have you been thinking about it sometimes over the past topsy-turvy months? As so many of our experiences become uncomfortable, frightening, or downright apocalyptic, does cultivating or having resilience offer an alternative to spiraling into vicious polarization, panic, depression, or beyond that into apathy? And what role, for humanity, might human organizations play in providing some resilience for our species? As many people in the Northern Hemisphere of the planet are in vacation mode, there is an opportunity for us to step back from our daily concerns and …

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editorial August 2021 ā€“Ā  How Organizations Help Create Human ResilienceĀ  Read More Ā»

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Is ā€œresilienceā€ important to you? Have you been thinking about it sometimes over the past topsy-turvy months? As so many of our experiences become uncomfortable, frightening, or downright apocalyptic, does cultivating or having resilience offer an alternative to spiraling into vicious polarization, panic, depression, or beyond that into apathy? And what role, for …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Aug 21

By Rebecca Coleman and originally published at medium.com Iā€™d love to share an experience from a few years ago that illuminates how facilitative leadership was used to weave alignment and transform culture and relationships. I was consulting with a large corporation where conflict and tensions were brewing among senior management in three main areas of the organization. Their teams were feeling pressures from an increasingly complex and demanding marketplace. The accelerating need for innovation brought new internal stressors, and conflicts were growing hotter and more frequent. Signs of poor collaboration showed up as projects dragging on without closure, people avoiding …

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By Rebecca Coleman and originally published at medium.com Iā€™d love to share an experience from a few years ago that illuminates how facilitative leadership was used to weave alignment and transform culture and relationships. I was consulting with a large corporation where conflict and tensions were brewing among senior management in three main areas of the organization. Their teams were …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Aug 21

By Charles Ehin for Enlivening Edge Magazine As suggested by Peter Gray1 and other anthropologists our hunter-gatherer ancestors progressively practiced a system of ā€œreverse dominanceā€ that prevented anyone from assuming power over others. This was opposite to the alpha male and female patterns of some of our primate cousins. Regrettably, the introduction of agriculture about 12,000 years ago and with it the accumulation of wealth by some and not others, gradually brought into play what I call ā€œsanctioned dominance.ā€ I propose, we are now finally in a ā€œreverse dominance reclamation phase.ā€ Human nature didnā€™t actually change when we began to …

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By Charles Ehin for Enlivening Edge Magazine As suggested by Peter Gray1 and other anthropologists our hunter-gatherer ancestors progressively practiced a system of ā€œreverse dominanceā€ that prevented anyone from assuming power over others. This was opposite to the alpha male and female patterns of some of our primate cousins. Regrettably, the introduction of agriculture about 12,000 years ago and with …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Jul 21

By Frederic Laloux and originally published atĀ reinventingorganizations.com This is the eighth in a series exploring what Wholeness looks like in the work place. The other videos in the series can be found here. You can accelerate the movement by inviting the whole organization to reflect on wholeness and how to have more of it. What could such a conversation look like? After you show up whole yourself, how do you create a company-wide commitment to wholeness, through explicit talking about it? Perhaps use Appreciative Inquiry over days. What is important to is explicitly name the desired change to increased wholeness …

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By Frederic Laloux and originally published atĀ reinventingorganizations.com This is the eighth in a series exploring what Wholeness looks like in the work place. The other videos in the series can be found here. You can accelerate the movement by inviting the whole organization to reflect on wholeness and how to have more of it. What could such a conversation look …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 13 Jun 21

By Stephanny PeƱa for Enlivening Edge Magazine You’re invited to register here for the free next (second-ever) quarterly Americas Global Teal Meetup. This event is part of a series of time-zone-friendly conversations about the TEAL paradigm, connecting communities from Australia-Asia, Europe, and the US. These conversations have evolved from the global Teal Around the World conferences hosted by The Teal Network . Here is information about the other two coming right up: Europe – June 23rd, 2-4pm CET Australia-Asia – June 24th, 7-9pm CST Wholeness, evolutionary purpose, and self-management: these concepts will shape the inspiring Western Hemisphere event that will …

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By Stephanny PeƱa for Enlivening Edge Magazine You’re invited to register here for the free next (second-ever) quarterly Americas Global Teal Meetup. This event is part of a series of time-zone-friendly conversations about the TEAL paradigm, connecting communities from Australia-Asia, Europe, and the US. These conversations have evolved from the global Teal Around the World conferences hosted by The Teal …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Mar 20

As a psychotherapist, I have conducted over fifty thousand therapy sessions with men, women, couples, teens, kids, and families over the last thirty-seven years. And I’m here to testify that secret affairs literally screw everybody up. So says Dr. Keith Witt in this fascinating exploration of infidelity in marriage, which arises out of human beings’ two competing sexual drives: to pair-bond and to cheat. From an integral perspective, affairs arrest the development of both the couple and each individual partner. Keith explains the reasons people have secret affairs (and how they justify them), how to recognize and derail the cascade …

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As a psychotherapist, I have conducted over fifty thousand therapy sessions with men, women, couples, teens, kids, and families over the last thirty-seven years. And I’m here to testify that secret affairs literally screw everybody up. So says Dr. Keith Witt in this fascinating exploration of infidelity in marriage, which arises out of human beings’ two competing sexual drives: to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Mar 20

As a psychotherapist, I have conducted over fifty thousand therapy sessions with men, women, couples, teens, kids, and families over the last thirty-seven years. And Iā€™m here to testify that secret affairs literally screw everybody up. So says Dr. Keith Witt in this fascinating exploration of infidelity in marriage, which arises out of human beingsā€™ two competing sexual drives: to pair-bond and to cheat. From an integral perspective, affairs arrest the development of both the couple and each individual partner. Keith explains the reasons people have secret affairs (and how they justify them), how to recognize and derail the cascade …

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As a psychotherapist, I have conducted over fifty thousand therapy sessions with men, women, couples, teens, kids, and families over the last thirty-seven years. And Iā€™m here to testify that secret affairs literally screw everybody up. So says Dr. Keith Witt in this fascinating exploration of infidelity in marriage, which arises out of human beingsā€™ two competing sexual drives: to …

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