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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 8 Sep 23

Lisa Gill interviews Ted Rau originally published at leadermorphosis.co 58 minutes 20 seconds Listen here. What can the realm of self-management and new ways of working learn from the realm of polyamory, Relationship Anarchy and open relationships? And how can practices in self-organising work teams help us improve our personal relationships? Ted Rau is the co-founder of Sociocracy for All and author of books like ‘Who Decides Who Decides?’ and ‘Many Voices One Song’. In his personal life, he has been in monogamous relationships and, for the last seven years, in open relationships. We explore the parallels across personal and professional relationships,

Lisa Gill interviews Ted Rau originally published at leadermorphosis.co 58 minutes 20 seconds Listen here. What can the realm of self-management and new ways of working learn from the realm of polyamory, Relationship Anarchy and open relationships? And how can practices in self-organising work teams help us improve our personal relationships? Ted Rau is the co-founder of Sociocracy for All and author


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Mar 23

By Sam Rye and orginally published on Field Notes by Sam Rye When Suzanne Simard brought to mainstream attention the knowledge of vast underground mycorrhizal networks (which connect trees, grasses and other forms of life throughout grassland and forest ecosystems), the ‘wood wide web‘ changed the perception of these incredible ecosystems for many people. What if we were able to do the same for the web of human relationships and ways of being that enable us to work together, and make change possible? This provocation is an idea I’ve been playing around with for awhile, and has once again cropped

By Sam Rye and orginally published on Field Notes by Sam Rye When Suzanne Simard brought to mainstream attention the knowledge of vast underground mycorrhizal networks (which connect trees, grasses and other forms of life throughout grassland and forest ecosystems), the ‘wood wide web‘ changed the perception of these incredible ecosystems for many people. What if we were able to


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 23 Mar 23

By Clare Chapman for Enlivening Edge Magazine Premier League clubs spend record £815m in January transfer What a strange world we live in, when we pay minimum wage to the people who do valuable work keeping our streets and homes clean yet we have a football club which will pay a signing fee of £106.8m for one footballer (Enzo Fernandez). No doubt there is a business case to be made for this valuation, though I find it hard to square the numbers, not being a football fan. It interests me though, because it highlights the role that money plays in

By Clare Chapman for Enlivening Edge Magazine Premier League clubs spend record £815m in January transfer What a strange world we live in, when we pay minimum wage to the people who do valuable work keeping our streets and homes clean yet we have a football club which will pay a signing fee of £106.8m for one footballer (Enzo Fernandez).


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