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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Nov 23

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s Note: Shelley Doyle will be the featured Storyteller in a Deepening Our Resonance Conversation via Zoom for members of Enlivening Edge Community Hub on December 7. Join the Hub by then and participate free, in a very inspiring and supportive conversation on the topic of Belonging at Work! By Shelley Ceridwen Doyle for Enlivening Edge Magazine My team was remote, but I was office-based, surrounded by tight-knit teams who shared lunch together, and a Marketing Manager who belittled me in executive meetings. How did I find a sense of belonging at work? It certainly wasn’t a …

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Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s Note: Shelley Doyle will be the featured Storyteller in a Deepening Our Resonance Conversation via Zoom for members of Enlivening Edge Community Hub on December 7. Join the Hub by then and participate free, in a very inspiring and supportive conversation on the topic of Belonging at Work! By Shelley Ceridwen Doyle for Enlivening Edge Magazine …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 30 Nov 23

Like many conferences, Teal Around the World 2023 last March had a “Goodie Bag” for participants. It was full of resources, and now they’re sharing it all with you! Check out the upcoming unique glocal Teal Around the World 2025 in this article. Leave time for the pdf below to load so you see all the colorful pages, and be sure to see all 4 pages by clicking on the links in the lower left of each page. Here is a direct link to the pdf displayed below. Be sure to check out all the pages of it. [pdf-embedder url=”https://enliveningedge.org/app/uploads/2023/11/TATW2023-Goodiebag.pdf” …

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Like many conferences, Teal Around the World 2023 last March had a “Goodie Bag” for participants. It was full of resources, and now they’re sharing it all with you! Check out the upcoming unique glocal Teal Around the World 2025 in this article. Leave time for the pdf below to load so you see all the colorful pages, and be …

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

Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s note: For many EE Magazine articles on decision making click here. For detailed comparisons check this out. By Lennard Toma and originally published as a single article in the Corporate Rebels blog When it comes to decision-making, there are several types of consent to choose from. Which one is best for your organization? Should you know and use all of them, depending on the issue at hand? In this post, we’ll take a closer look at four of the most popular consent decision-making methods. While the consensus and authoritarian methods have some drawbacks, the consent format …

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Enlivening Edge Magazine Editor’s note: For many EE Magazine articles on decision making click here. For detailed comparisons check this out. By Lennard Toma and originally published as a single article in the Corporate Rebels blog When it comes to decision-making, there are several types of consent to choose from. Which one is best for your organization? Should you know …

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

By Lennard Toma and originally published as a single article in the Corporate Rebels blog First read Part 1 of this article here, which describes each of 4 decision-making processes and its advantages and disadvantages.. Comparison When examining these four methods, it becomes clear that they are distinct from one another. S3 and IDM share many features, but Deep Democracy and the Advice Process adopt different perspectives and unique foundational positions. Deep Democracy appears to be particularly effective for complex decisions that require everyone to be involved and approve the outcome, while S3, IDM, and the Advice Process are all …

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By Lennard Toma and originally published as a single article in the Corporate Rebels blog First read Part 1 of this article here, which describes each of 4 decision-making processes and its advantages and disadvantages.. Comparison When examining these four methods, it becomes clear that they are distinct from one another. S3 and IDM share many features, but Deep Democracy …

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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 …

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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 …

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

By Dennis Wittrock and originally published on holacracy.org This article describes how startups can better respond to the need for more organizational structure by knowing real alternatives to conventional hierarchy, and when to make a deliberate operating system change. For most startups, there are obvious stages in their development where fundamental decisions need to be made. In the beginning, founders may meet at university or get together with friends to explore a business idea. After a period of experimentation, those who do not fail in the early stages (which is most startups) will reach a stage where the product-market fit …

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By Dennis Wittrock and originally published on holacracy.org This article describes how startups can better respond to the need for more organizational structure by knowing real alternatives to conventional hierarchy, and when to make a deliberate operating system change. For most startups, there are obvious stages in their development where fundamental decisions need to be made. In the beginning, founders …

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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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Oct 23

By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers HOLACRACY®  EXPERIENCES AND CASES Here is a list of 200+ organizations worldwide that practice Holacracy. It’s impossible to know how many organisations are using Holacracy because not every Holacracy-powered organization publicises their practice, but all of the organizations in this map have agreed to share This white paper (14 pages) describes 5 Dutch case studies. In this article you can read about the experiences of one of the first large government agencies that practice Holacracy, Washington Technology Solutions (WaTech). Luscii, a Dutch Health Care Organization, reports in this article about their experiences after 3 years of practicing Holacracy …

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By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers HOLACRACY®  EXPERIENCES AND CASES Here is a list of 200+ organizations worldwide that practice Holacracy. It’s impossible to know how many organisations are using Holacracy because not every Holacracy-powered organization publicises their practice, but all of the organizations in this map have agreed to share This white paper (14 pages) describes 5 Dutch case …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 Sep 23

By Lead Together The Book and originally published on YouTube Work needs to be done. A team member agrees to do that work. On the surface, it’s simply matchmaking skills to needs. The reality of organizational productivity is far more complex: Work goes undone. People fail to meet expectations. Task boredom sets in. Career aspirations require tending and don’t always align with business needs. Leading can feel as if you’re trying to assemble a puzzle in which both the picture and the shape of the pieces keep changing. In this video, Lead Together co-authors Brent Lowe, Susan Basterfield and Travis Marsh share insights …

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By Lead Together The Book and originally published on YouTube Work needs to be done. A team member agrees to do that work. On the surface, it’s simply matchmaking skills to needs. The reality of organizational productivity is far more complex: Work goes undone. People fail to meet expectations. Task boredom sets in. Career aspirations require tending and don’t always align with business …

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