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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Aug 22

Which capacities build personal and organizational resilience and also successful embodiment of next-stage consciousness?

Which capacities build personal and organizational resilience and also successful embodiment of next-stage consciousness?


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

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine*  “The only constant, permanent thing in life is change itself.” ∼Heraclitus, Ancient Greek Philosopher Constant change is tough for people who aren’t used to it and have no specific skills for dealing with change itself. Yet changing with resilience is a habit, capacity, or skillset people can cultivate. We organizational innovators have experienced a thing or two about the process of adapting to frequent change. Our challenge is whether we’ve learned enough from our experience to play a helpful role for humanity in current times. What resilience skills learned from our work as …

EE Magazine Editorial October 2021 – Old Normal, New Normal, No Normal – except Change Read More »

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine*  “The only constant, permanent thing in life is change itself.” ∼Heraclitus, Ancient Greek Philosopher Constant change is tough for people who aren’t used to it and have no specific skills for dealing with change itself. Yet changing with resilience is a habit, capacity, or skillset people can cultivate. We organizational innovators have experienced …

EE Magazine Editorial October 2021 – Old Normal, New Normal, No Normal – except Change Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Sep 21

By Will Van Inwagen for Enlivening Edge Magazine Will Van Inwagen is a Principal of Being In Systems, a human-centric development consultancy which focuses on capturing the emergent wisdom of people to affect change. He is a certified facilitator and negotiator and is a frequent contributor to EE Magazine. Being in Systems is the co-producer, with EE, of EE Community Conversations. Recently I was sitting next to people who were having a very passionate conversation about how their companies were not including them in the process of deciding whether they would be able to continue to work from home or …

Generative Dialogues: Bringing Resilience to the New Hybrid Workplace Read More »

By Will Van Inwagen for Enlivening Edge Magazine Will Van Inwagen is a Principal of Being In Systems, a human-centric development consultancy which focuses on capturing the emergent wisdom of people to affect change. He is a certified facilitator and negotiator and is a frequent contributor to EE Magazine. Being in Systems is the co-producer, with EE, of EE Community …

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

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Is “resilience” 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 –  How Organizations Help Create Human Resilience  Read More »

By Alia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Is “resilience” 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 …

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editorial August 2021 –  How Organizations Help Create Human Resilience  Read More »


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

This is a two-part post.  Today I want to establish the context by talking about comfort and related factors such as resilience in the context of walking in good and bad weather conditions.  Tomorrow I will extend that learning into an update of how I see resilience from a sense-making perspective, pulling together material from scattered posts over the last decade.  So this post is more anecdotal, with some key lessons, tomorrows more structured and generic in nature. The most controversial aspect of the discussion in most online hiking groups is the question of what gear to buy.  Ask for …

Comfort, the Páramo perspective Read More »

This is a two-part post.  Today I want to establish the context by talking about comfort and related factors such as resilience in the context of walking in good and bad weather conditions.  Tomorrow I will extend that learning into an update of how I see resilience from a sense-making perspective, pulling together material from scattered posts over the last …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Apr 20

Resources to help you make sense of what is going on in the world.As our daily lives get disrupted and the larger systems that our society runs on begin to break under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is becoming increasingly important for all of us to practice resilience and sovereignty.*At the bottom of this article, I have included a list of the best Future Thinkers podcast episodes on the subjects of sovereignty, sensemaking, and resilience in the face of the unprecedented changes the world is going through.Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties and to adapt to new …

Finding Resilience in a Crisis Read More »

Resources to help you make sense of what is going on in the world.As our daily lives get disrupted and the larger systems that our society runs on begin to break under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is becoming increasingly important for all of us to practice resilience and sovereignty.*At the bottom of this article, I have included a …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Mar 20

I would like to share a little glimpse into how we are weaving regenerative practices into our lives while becoming more resilient in the midst of planetary turmoil as people all over the world struggle to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic.In the image above, our three year old daughter Elise is pulling our new compost bucket up the hill to where our food scraps become part of the formation process for soils in the community food forest.We live in Barichara, Colombia where six hectares have been set aside as a public park where reforestation has been underway for more than a …

Living Regeneratively in A Global Pandemic Read More »

I would like to share a little glimpse into how we are weaving regenerative practices into our lives while becoming more resilient in the midst of planetary turmoil as people all over the world struggle to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic.In the image above, our three year old daughter Elise is pulling our new compost bucket up the hill to …

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