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

Brent Lowe interviews Simon Wakeman on Lead Together Conversations, originally published on YouTube Whenever humans come together to do work, it’s very natural in any system to have some some tension. In this conversation, Lead Together co-author Brent Lowe and Simon Wakeman from The Panoply explore tension, discussing: – What healthy tension looks like in an organization – When unhealthy tensions come up in a system – How a team or a community of leaders can learn to work through tensions 6 minutes 56 seconds Connect with Simon Wakeman: https://www.simonwakeman.com/ https://www.thepanoply.com/ Find Lead Together on: http://www.leadtogether.co/​​ Find the authors on …

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Brent Lowe interviews Simon Wakeman on Lead Together Conversations, originally published on YouTube Whenever humans come together to do work, it’s very natural in any system to have some some tension. In this conversation, Lead Together co-author Brent Lowe and Simon Wakeman from The Panoply explore tension, discussing: – What healthy tension looks like in an organization – When unhealthy …

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

By Norbert Netten for Enlivening Edge Magazine You are reading this article by looking at a screen. That screen is your interface. It’s the direct result of processes that take place within your tablet, phone, or computer. These processes are not visible. They are the result of well-functioning software and a stable operating system. Now, let’s use the way your device works as an analogy to look at how teams and organizations function well. The interface of a team or organization is what you see and perceive as their output. It is their behavior and the quality of their services …

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By Norbert Netten for Enlivening Edge Magazine You are reading this article by looking at a screen. That screen is your interface. It’s the direct result of processes that take place within your tablet, phone, or computer. These processes are not visible. They are the result of well-functioning software and a stable operating system. Now, let’s use the way your …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Sep 21

By Simon Confino for Enlivening Edge Magazine Way before lockdown, and soon after launching www.we-q.com, I had the good fortune to spend time with Frederic Laloux and his family at their home, an ecovillage in Ithaca, in upstate New York. We had a wonderful time together, and I was able to record five conversations which we’ve edited into short 5-minute bites. We covered The myth of happiness at work Deep Meaning and Purpose Personal power and Influence Creating a healthy organisational culture In our final recording we imagined an optimistic future. One built on a healthy human-centred organisational culture. It …

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By Simon Confino for Enlivening Edge Magazine Way before lockdown, and soon after launching www.we-q.com, I had the good fortune to spend time with Frederic Laloux and his family at their home, an ecovillage in Ithaca, in upstate New York. We had a wonderful time together, and I was able to record five conversations which we’ve edited into short 5-minute …

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

By Julia Markish for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Teal Team idea sprouted over a couple of overpriced lattes at the Four Barrel Coffee Shop on Valencia Street in San Francisco. But its seed was sown several months prior, when—after I’d stalked him on LinkedIn based on a Fortune article he’d written—writer and Great Place to Work content director Ed Frauenheim invited me to meet for a coffee at his offices downtown. During that meeting, we bonded over our exasperation with the way most organizations are run (where was the humanity? the humility? the love?), and our desire to see people …

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By Julia Markish for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Teal Team idea sprouted over a couple of overpriced lattes at the Four Barrel Coffee Shop on Valencia Street in San Francisco. But its seed was sown several months prior, when—after I’d stalked him on LinkedIn based on a Fortune article he’d written—writer and Great Place to Work content director Ed Frauenheim …

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

By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Global Teal Meetup is a space where Teal  and other next-stage movements practitioners and enthusiasts can share their experiences and ideas on how to change organizations for the better.(1)  In these conversations, we navigate the complexity of our contemporary work landscape, exchange best practices, and explore concepts like wholeness, self-management, and evolutionary purpose. The idea of creating these free quarterly events derived from the global Teal Around The World conferences hosted by The Teal Network. The goal is to connect communities across North and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia/Australia. We …

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By Manuel Perez Gomez for Enlivening Edge Magazine The Global Teal Meetup is a space where Teal  and other next-stage movements practitioners and enthusiasts can share their experiences and ideas on how to change organizations for the better.(1)  In these conversations, we navigate the complexity of our contemporary work landscape, exchange best practices, and explore concepts like wholeness, self-management, and …

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